About to hit week 3 on a auto grow was getting ready to top dress with gaia green 444 and 284 but was wondering is i could water that in with recharge and not hurt the plants any help is appreciated thank you.
You can. I use a similar microbe product named Urb. I apply it every week or 2 and just include it with my nutrient mix.
Awesome thank you i figured it would not hurt since one is feeding the plant and the other the soil just wanted to make sure super excited for this grow frist time organic grow
If you don’t mind me asking, how do you top dress with the Gaia Green amendments? I used them for the first time in my current grow, but I was never certain or confident in how to apply. My soil was a mix of FF Strawberry Fields in bottom 1/3 and Ocean Forest/Happy Frog blend - 60/40 in upper 2/3. I was concerned about offering too much with the top dress when I applied - about 6 weeks into the grow. Anyway, I’m not sure how much good or damage I did with my process, which is why I am asking. Thanks in advance for any info, suggestions and continued success with your grow!
@Willum you apply the amendmdnts to the top of the soil and then maassage the first 2 or 3 inches of soil to “till” the nutrients into the soil…
Iam new to dry amendments also what i was told was topdress 2 Tbsp per Gallon of
medium used every 3 weeks, and scratch that into the
surface with a cup of worm castings and water in
Here a link that might help How to Use Gaia Green Cannabis Soil Amendments in your Next Grow
The links got a Gaia Green Calculator
Thanks to both of you for your info. I didn’t till the amendments into the soil and it coagulated on the surface and hardened it after watering. Very useful info and I’ll def hit the link. Thanks again!
i’ve only used FFOF, but i think you may be feeding to early.
OF is good for several weeks IMO without nutes.
top dressing takes about 1 week to be of use to the roots.
and break up the crust when it hardens so the soil can breath
I prbly did. I was uncertain and obviously unclear how the GG would get distributed. Next time. Thanks for your input!