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watering with honey


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alexakis

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hi guys..i've just red about a guy who is watering his plants with honey????:confused::rolleyes::eek:...he boils some water then adjusts a few table spoonns of honey,let the mix get cold and then he waters the plants..to be honest i find this a good idea but can this 'hurt' the plant??:rolleyes:

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BtBR

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No clue. People use unsulphured molasses during flowering, never heard of honey though.

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What exactly is the goal in doing this? Flavour, I assume?

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Some people use honey for clones, i'm pretty sure because it has a lot of sugars in it.

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The plants use the sugar carbs. molasses is the base in most organic ferts.

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I figured out it was probably for metabolisation right after I posted that. Now I just feel silly.


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