general organics grow box opinion and need help

Discussion in 'Growing Organic Marijuana' started by fuzzyOne401, Nov 22, 2011.

  1. Does anyone have experience with this? My first batch I used some gay recipe for success cuz this kid told me it was organic
    Well that stuff sucked and so for my second batch of the same strain with clones from the same mother I used the general organic grow box with insane success. I noticed its just a light feed half of what the e.c. is on the recipe for success. But these organics are insane! These clones were tiny now they are straight up bushes!! And insanely healthy. My first batch looked absolutely nothing like these with the organics. I have a question though. It comes with two things Bio marine and black diamond but it does not list those two nutes in their feed schedule. So what do I do with them? It just doesn't mention them at all.. here's some pics of my second grow first time with organic go box. Last pic taken today 6 weeks vegging
    There are no yellow leaves at all they just look awesome. I did cut the tops at 4 weeks because my flower room is not ready yet and didn't waanna run out of height. I posted on the introduction forum more pics. Thanks!


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  2. i'm just about to look into this kit as well. Did you test your ph of anything? What soil are you using?
     
  3. Looking good Fuzzy! Have you switched them to flowering yet?
     
  4. Yea make sure to check your ph Evan though it says not to other then that it's pretty good stuff
     
  5. Still veging need to get plants outta flower room and clean before I bring em in. My tap water is Ph 9 when I add the organics it brings down to 5.8 naturally so I dont have to adjust Ph. I still check it every time tho
     
  6. #6 Oneofakind, Nov 26, 2011
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    I been using the Gen. Organics GO line as well I also have the same question when do use the black diamond and Bio Marine. Everytime I ask at my local shop I get a different answer from diff. people if you find out Id like to know.

    By the way fuzzyone how did you set your mix for clones, I am having a hard time finding the correct mix I been using the Bio Roots. What are your thoughts to just using just bio roots? Or what are you using for fresh cut clones.

    Also can anyone using the General Organic line tell me if I can use other products from the same company in the Gen Hydro line like rapid start, and FloraNector. Things like that if so have you done it personally or is this fround apon on using the two lines. I am not talking about mixing them in the same water just as an addiative I been wanting to try out this new FloraNector, I have a buddy who uses Gen Hydro and just finished his first crop with trying out floranector and it has increased his flavor by atleast 5X.
     
  7. Search Google for general organics feed chart and click the first PDF file it shows. The new grow chart includes the two supploments.


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  8. Sweet thx man didn't know they came out with a new chart.
     
  9. If you haven't already done so, cut some holes in the bottom of those buckets fo the excess water can drain out. You wouldn't want those beauties getting root rot.
     
  10. [quote name='"saivr2000"']If you haven't already done so, cut some holes in the bottom of those buckets fo the excess water can drain out. You wouldn't want those beauties getting root rot.[/quote]

    Yes there are a bunch of holes in the bottom
     
  11. [quote name='"shawn4216"']Yea make sure to check your ph Evan though it says not to other then that it's pretty good stuff[/quote]

    What do you want your ph range to be? I've heard people feeding with as low as 5.5 with good results with this line.
     
  12. I set mine at 6.0 with general organics producing straight up bushes
     
  13. [quote name='"fuzzyOne401"']I set mine at 6.0 with general organics producing straight up bushes[/quote]

    Thanks. What type of runoff do you get? What do you ph with?
     
  14. Well my tap water is Ph 9 when I put the nutes end it brings the Ph down to 5.8 to 6.0 without even adjusting usually... I use a digital Ph/temperature. Tester was like 70 bucks at the grow store.
     
  15. Man your plants are sure pretty! I hope to get the same growth using GO box.
     
  16. How are your plants doing? Any troubles or thoughts with the nutes?
     
  17. Really well switched to flowers a few days ago
     
  18. [quote name='"fuzzyOne401"']Really well switched to flowers a few days ago[/quote]

    Great. Let us know how it goes through flower
     
  19. what happened here, if you're still around? I am using the GO Box and "want" to stick with it, but man did they screw up (or more likely I did) my Lowryder #2 BAD.

    My Vanilla Kush is looking pretty good, except for some minor damage and leaf curling to older growth...but I "assumed" all these troubles were a bad FFOF soil mix (not enough drainage in smaller pots) and possibly adding small amts of the Black Diamond and Marine.

    My soil PH is 5.5 in my Lowryder #2 and while it's flowering and hanging on by a thread, the leaves are completely deformed, bright green, holes/tears and flaking etc.., it's a mess....trying to save it, not sure if I can bring her back in the 4-5 weeks she has left.

    Just curious, the growth has otherwise been pretty explosive and nice, but, seeing you are one of the few using this line and doing well, I suspect it's my soil/pot mix and acidic PH levels - hard to believe you're doing ok at a 5.5-5.8??? Soil should be grown at 6.5-7.0 typically right (both soil and water).
     

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