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    Very helpful, I'm at this stage now and was unsure how much trimming to do, this helped greatly. Thanks T

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    At what point do i start the flush,(A) in the last 2 weeks of flowering? or(B) after the last 2 weeks of flowering ,and how do i know when its time to start flusing ?Also im growing outdoor in the ground

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    More fantastic information and advice, TY


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    Great post....helped me a lot

    Thank you!!

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    Going to give plants one last feed then start the flushing from there on out, will drain my tanks after the weekend so they can start on fresh water! This thread has just backed up a few things I was thinking plus methods used so glad I took time to read it all through.... I've got a nice blueberry flush there so hopefully it gives a nice finish to the girls but I'll wait until a good few days into flushing before I start to introduce it into the water

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    I've read this post three times now.

    Will probably read it another three times before harvest in a couple of weeks. Wow.

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    This is a great post, thanks for sharing.

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    Good job sir!

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    I have a question in regards to flushing when growing in organic soil with nothing but compost teas or various kinds as nutes, does flushing even do anything in such a scenario or is flushing really more for hydro, or coco grows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    I have a question in regards to flushing when growing in organic soil with nothing but compost teas or various kinds as nutes, does flushing even do anything in such a scenario or is flushing really more for hydro, or coco grows?
    If you’ve grown with organic food the whole grow, there is no need to flush, you flush if you’ve been using salt based nuits to get the salts out as they burn harsh, gives you that scratchy throat, rough smoke, that burns unevenly. But organic food doesn’t have those salts, and are broken down by the microbes and the plants before being eaten. So when ever they’re ready. Chop chop


    Read the plant, not the instructions on the bottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    I have a question in regards to flushing when growing in organic soil with nothing but compost teas or various kinds as nutes, does flushing even do anything in such a scenario or is flushing really more for hydro, or coco grows?
    I don't flush my organic and for the last 10 days before chop I'll up the molasses
    Probably does bugger all but I've convinced meself improves the taste
    Atb

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    I'm doing some icewater now to fatten up the buds, not sure if that is one of those myths or if it really works, either way the plant seems to be responding well to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleargreen View Post
    I'm doing some icewater now to fatten up the buds, not sure if that is one of those myths or if it really works, either way the plant seems to be responding well to it.
    The ice water is more to push out resins and terpenes than fatten out the buds mate. It’ll bring out more colour too

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    Good info nice one!

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