Anyone use Organic Miracle Grow soil?

We planted our seeds and clones into ORGANIC Miracle Grow soil. (in grow bags and buckets) Anyone else try ORganic Miracle Grow?

If so(or even if you just know a lot)- did you use the feeding schedule for fertilizers, microbes, etc. etc. from fox farms with the organic miracle grow soil? is there a need to do that?

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Where did you find organic miracle grow?

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We got it at Lowes

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Look at bag, if it has time released nutrients then you are more than likely going to have problems late in flower

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No, they wii have trouble from the very start with there seedlings. The clones may be ok

The seedlings should have been put in this MG potting soil

It has an N. P. K 0.04 0.06 0.08 It’s close to that i can remeber right off hand, but i use it for my seedlings and clone to by the way.

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This is the bag. Uploading: 20190621_123110.jpg… Uploading: 20190621_123202.jpg…

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sorry. sorry. did that one from my phone. pics never work from my phone

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THIS is the bag.

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Where did u find this i need this for transplant to get out of 6 month feed

we got it at lowes

Must have missed it when i looked thanx …it doesnt say anything about time lapsed feeding should be decent

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It does. Right on the front. On the back, they reword “time release” to “slowly available”.

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Oh well if u have it give it a try i would.
I did and so i am in the wrong soil it feeds 6 months but my girls just get a little burned … But seem to be doing well aside from that my early flower is looking good even though she is less than a foot tall.

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It may work well. @highcountrygal grows real nice plants with miracle grow. I just don’t like that 99.99% of the nitrogen in it is water insoluble.

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Yeah would def. Need a supplement down the line

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@garrigan62 - what types of problems do you think we will face, in your experience?

Always check the back of the bag bottom left for the N P K and what the numbers are
I never use 3 to 6 months of feeding. I always use the potting soil to add my amendments to. The potting soil has an NPK of 0.06 0.08 0.05 something like that but very low NPK
But as for you question @Yochaniel you using the 3 to 6 month time release you’re going to have to cut back on what you add if anything. You’ll burn the hell out of them if you add the wrong amendment…

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This is our very first attempt at trying to grow. We are growing Indoors, And Outdoors. My husband looked for and bought everything and started the grow himself. Now he has asked me to take over because work has him swamped. I am severely behind…and playing “catch up;” reading as much as i can between 2 part time jobs, school, and volunteer work. Very very grateful for this forum and the folka here that take time to read and answer/help, and the guides and,… just everything.
Here are some pics of my outdoor plants (taken 10 minutes ago). I am not super happy with the buckets,(i actually hate the buckets. Wanted more grow bags or actual pots, but…we used what we could/had) and i see some things that might be ‘issues beginning,’ - and well, to be blunt, i dont even know what i am looking at. Height, color, “bushiness,” stem size, leaf size, … Is it all looking ok? (I do not know which strains are indoors and which are outdoors- but i know we have, Northern lights clone, OG Kush, Blue Frost and one we call “the original stuff”- because the eprson that gave it to us didnt know the name.)




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For your first time your doing an awesome job, stop worrying and relax a little.
Your plants look very healthy .I’ll be here as well as others if you need any help

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