Best way to boost terp and frost production organically?

MustangStudFarm

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Very interesting. What potting soil was this specifically? They must have actually went to trouble to get it below 0.5 ppm! Lol

I say that because it's pretty damn hard to find anything in nature that contains less than half a part per million of Mn anywhere - certainly not a leaf or any other organic material.
This is a solubility test that shows lockout. You must be referring to the Mehlich 3 test, I F'ing hate that test. It's tits on a boar, don't tell you anything...
 

Northwood

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This is a solubility test that shows lockout. You must be referring to the Mehlich 3 test, I F'ing hate that test. It's tits on a boar, don't tell you anything...
I was really talking about availability vs. lockout. I do know that too high a pH can affect the availability of Mn for plants. When you pay for recommendations from soil tests, then it should look at your Mn recommendation according to the adjusted assumed pH brought upon by other recommended adjustments. Plus a good soil analysis should include not just how much NPK is available to plants, but also that which is still locked up what that bacteria and fungi continually provide, and what that rate of supply is.

/s *Satire of course.*
 
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MustangStudFarm

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I was really talking about availability vs. lockout. I do know that too high a pH can affect the availability of Mn for plants. When you pay for recommendations from soil tests, then it should look at your Mn recommendation according to the adjusted assumed pH brought upon by other recommended adjustments. Plus a good soil analysis should include not just how much NPK is available to plants, but also that which is still locked up what that bacteria and fungi continually provide, and what that rate of supply is.

/s *Satire of course.*
This is good. Most people are clueless about soil testing, so you could add to the community here. I've been ridiculed for having my soil tested, so this is a nice change of pace!
 

ganga gurl420

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From everything I've read tho this is the first yr actually using it ... things like azomite help with terp production.
Also read that low humidity helps with resin production
 

canadiantoker420

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My first fully organic soil grow has come do an end and I'm extremely satisfied with the results. Product is currently curing and smells incredible. Just curious what the best way is to boost terpene and resin production organically for my next run.
Starve your buckets the last 2-3 days before u chop! Say u have em in 10gal pots and u feed em a gallon an a half every day or two depending on how hot out it is just give her like a liter instead of 4 or 5 the first day , on 2nd day she will be even dry’er than yesterday wondering where her drink is and jus give her the bare minimum again, on day 3 don’t feed her nothing let that bucket dry completely out feather weight then harvest like 15-30 hours later ,there’s a way to time it and stress them properly without doing any other damage... All your essentially doing is scaring the plant threatening to end its life and in defence she kicks out extra production knowing it’sdays are numbered
 

canadiantoker420

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That’s why my outdoor is always on another level and surpasses 99% of any outdoor I see ANYWHERE in both taste and potency. This is what Organics + living soil + 13/14 years of fucking crops up and running “experiments” will get u lol oh and doing a proper dry and cure is actually the main key to having the highest possible quality nug *BTW buds in pic were chopped due to bit of mold last week and are at least 10 days early so it’s gonna get a lot CAKIER befor she’s finished lol
 

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ComfortCreator

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There's a lot more experience talking in this thread than me. But ive got great reviews with organic and i also believe keeping humidity low at the end is key. The plants repel insects and fight low humidity by frosting up...drier air pushes the plant to react.

But the most important element, always, is to actually finish the run. I am amazed how much more poundage i get from running 9 week strains to 13 or 14 weeks. That imo is the difference.

I mean, have you ever seen a seed site show plants that are finished? Its rare! Many look like week 5 or 6 lol!

Run your plants until truly done...its amazing imo. Not my idea either, of course I learned it here at rollitup.org

#ThunderCat
 
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