This feed chart will ensure your heavy flowering plants produce high quality flowers.
It is on a per plant or per 50 litre basis.
Aminos can also be foliar sprayed during vegetative grow, a 50/50 Amino/Tri kelp is a very good option.
Veg 2 weeks, pre flower 1 week, stretch 2-3 weeks, bloom 3 weeks.
Apply amendments every 1-2 weeks.
The simplest version is to use minimum 50 litre pots, keep evenly watered and add the opulent bloom mix a week before flower with some worm castings or compost. With a little attention to keeping the soil biology going, via a compost source as a top dress or as an extract every 2 weeks or so.
Why is a feed chart important for living soil cultivation?
A feed chart is important for living soil cultivation as it guides nutrient management, ensuring that the right nutrients are provided in the appropriate amounts at each stage of plant growth, promoting healthy plant development and maximising yield.
What nutrients should be included in a feed chart for living soil?
A feed chart for living soil should include a balanced combination of organic matter, macro and micronutrients, beneficial microbes, and pH-adjusting agents to support healthy plant growth and ecosystem function.