Anyone else 45N start transitioning to flower nutrients?

petert

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I’ve neatened the girl real good, gave them a good Brazilian and started flower nutrients yesterday. I’m using MaxSea for both Veg and Bloom with a bit of Epsom.
I used MaxSea years ago, went to several different kinds of expensive nutrients and saw no difference! Came back to MaxSea last year and now they’ve raised their prices!
 

Tracker

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I’ve neatened the girl real good, gave them a good Brazilian and started flower nutrients yesterday. I’m using MaxSea for both Veg and Bloom with a bit of Epsom.
I used MaxSea years ago, went to several different kinds of expensive nutrients and saw no difference! Came back to MaxSea last year and now they’ve raised their prices!
At 45N, if you've got good exposure to sun, you're probably going to start flower sometime in 2nd or 3rd week of August.
 

petert

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Right. That’s what I meant. Transitioning is moving from one thing to another..That what flower nutrients do.
Im asking how many people are switching now.
I’m boosting my P. & K. And cutting nitrogen.
 

myke

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Right. That’s what I meant. Transitioning is moving from one thing to another..That what flower nutrients do.
Im asking how many people are switching now.
I’m boosting my P. & K. And cutting nitrogen.
Not a good plan,once stretch starts theyll consume alot of N.Now this all depends whats in the soil and how much soil.But typically you switch to bloom nutes once you have little flowers.
 

petert

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Yeah. I just trimmed them all up preparing for flower and I only feed them once every 10 days. So I decided to just switch now.
I know it’s kinda early, I’ve always started the first week of August in the past.
 

myke

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I’m at 50N. I start putting them into darkness on June 25 just to jump start flower. Around Aug 5 th I leave them out at night. This was a reject that I just couldn’t throw away. 7CC45576-F484-4ABD-8B72-706CD1DE6685.jpegF8BF1DF2-861B-49D3-B1BD-C5F45582BA09.jpeg
 
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