worm castings...

Discussion in 'Growing Marijuana Outdoors' started by budblower10, Aug 6, 2007.

  1. hey guys. i have some worm castings on the way, 30 LBS of um, and i was wandering if it would benefit my plants,which are about 3 feet tall already and about to start flowering, to spread a layer on top of the existing soil. they are in buckets, and i heard that spreading a inch layer or so on top of the soil will help the plant grow. would it help with flowering? I also am going to plant some lowryders in a week or two, should i wait to put it around them? if theres enough to do both the existing plants i have and the lowryders then i wil, but which one would benefit more from a nice layer of worm castings? im jus thinking that it might be to late to use the castings to help plants that are already a few feet, so maybe i should use them on the LR. what exactly do they do? hope that makes sense. thanks alot
  2. Worm castings are pretty much pure nitrogen, so I don't think they'll do much for a flowering plant. Putting them around your plants that are in veg will work nicely, though.. Just be carefull. Contrary to what the bag says, they ARE capable of burning a young plant. Found that out the hard way :(.

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