People generally use chemical fatteners on their plants, such as Monster Bloom, Brutal Buds and the like. When you use organic fertilizers there’s not a very large range of products to choose from that can guarantee fat and heavy buds.
For that second dosage you should really dig a little sort of moat around the trunk, maybe around 10-15cm away from it, and in that moat place two big spoonfuls of guano per 7L of substrate. This is the last time you’ll need to use it on quick flowering strains; if your plants are going to be at it until November-December then you can repeat this process once, even twice more.
If you’re growing indoors with seasonal strains then you just have to use it once when flipping the light schedule to 12/12 and transplanting. For autoflowering versions, you can apply it to the soil in your plants definitive flowerpot from the start, although for outdoor seasonal plants you’ll need to use it at least twice; once when you’re transplanting, and then again a month later by spreading it on top.
In this guide, we look at the best fertilizers and provide a quick guide on making your own.
Vermiculite and Perlite
Although you can use ready-made fertilizers as a novice, it is best to educate yourself on the topic and learn how to create organic fertilizers. Not only will it be better for the soil, and the environment in the long-term, it also helps you gain valuable insight into the world of gardening. The more knowledge you possess, the more likely it is that you will grow bigger plants and enjoy greater yields.
Final Thoughts on Marijuana Fertilizers
If you are using a store-bought fertilizer, begin with half of the recommended dose unless there are clear signs of nutrient deficiency. The amount of nutrients your plant needs depends on the marijuana strain. When using organic fertilizer, start small and gradually increase the dose as and when it is needed.