Hi guys just curious if any one here has used this method with any significant results
Molassess help feed micro organism in your soil medium , and has iron , magnesium and calcium to help verses using Calmag , I used 1 ml to a gallon and it did supplement for Calmag , but it don’t make your bud sweeter , the sugar is to large to be absorb , someone just posted this information in the forum recently discussed.
Your welcome , I’ll see if I can copy and paste it for you .
Yes, this was linked in another discussion very recently, only a couple of days ago.
But here is the original link from the original discussion about this topic, that was from a little more than a year ago:
And here is the relevant quote:
And there you have , and if you don’t know , MacG is the forum science officer of the site . This guy is very knowledgable in growing , and this is where most of my growing techniques generate from reading Macgyverstoner information . Him and Latewood will get you from seed to harvest , and drying and curing . Now there are other members that are knowledgable as well . But thank you MacG , I could not find it to try and paste it for him .
I just recently added molasses but for a specific reason and will only add it once it helps myko get established in my soil since I was late adding my subculture-m and am using Sunshine mix#4 normaly you add myko when transplanting but I ran out so followed instructions added about 1ml a gal to ensure myko can work it’s way to the roots. It does have it’s uses but not as a regular routine additive I agree with Mac and Latewood promotes bug problems.
dry run the pump and stone in a bucket it does circulate the water pretty good
No problem Yoshi, I had a hard time finding myself, lol
I’m not getting it figured out right now .