I thought of introducing some oldtimer bloom via foliar feeding to plants that have just started flowering since a week before I wait to water them with nutes. I have sprayed them a couple of times with bio silicon earlier on (as well as watering with bio silicon) and they absolutely loved me for it and couldn't thank me enough it seems.
They are starting to look a little hungry now, they are quite literally monsters and very advanced for their age and flowering nicely already. My plan was to continue my bio silicon and root stimulant feed up until 5-6 days time (maybe adding 1-2ml of bloom) and then switch to just feeding nutrients, in the mean time I would spray them once or twice with oldtimer bloom.
My questions are, first of all is this recommended?
How many ml of bloom/veg (oltimer) is required for foliar feeding?
How often is it wise to foliar feed? Don't want to invite rot.
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This post has been edited by Magic J: 22 March 2012 - 01:48 AM