Molasses how often?

Discussion in 'Advanced Growing Techniques' started by weedislife, Feb 23, 2009.

  1. Hey all. So i really am interested in trying the molasses out on my plant, shes in her end phase of flowering, i get the one tablespoon per gallon. but how often? with every water feeding? every nutrient feeding? just wondering, dont wanna mess her up trying to do something extra for her. thanks everyon
  2. Risk!!!
    Will make buds extremely dense and extremely sticky....
    lol no but forreal, it did to mine;)
    You should use blackstrap unsulphered molasses, blackstrap is the crip of the molasses son.
    But It should definitely be unsulphered, and if its not I would NOT use it.
    I believe its the secret ingredient for growing mj though, if used correctly.
    What I like to do is maybe use it once or twice in early flowering (1-3weeks) but only 1/4-1/2teaspoon. Then in late flowering, say week 5-7 (varying on when you plan to harvest) I like the final week of the plants life to have nothing but good old water..
    But say you water twice a week. week5 I would give her half tbsp, then the next watering plain water; week6 double the dosage to 1tbsp , then plain water; week 7 double the dosage to 2tbsp, then flush from then on out. So 3 waterings with the molasses, in the last few weeks, and your good to go:hello:
  3. awesome thanks for the help. Going to jump on that ASAP seeing is that I'm probably harvesting in about 4 weeks and i definitely wanna see all those sexy results everyone's talking so intently about. Blackstrap unsulfered molasses. Wal-mart? Plant nurseries? just curious if you have a quick answer on that one. Thanks again im totally excited to try this stuff out. Sticky and dense, cant go wrong with that :smoking:
  4. I dont know how i missed that but thanks a lot
  5. I use 5ml per gallon of water everytime I water my plants. Make sure you dissolve it in boiling hot water first so that it doesnt sit t the bottom of your container. You'll find that it will make your buds denser, stickier and heavier. It also provides a good food source for the bacteria that you have in your soil.

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