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A 6/2 Light Schedule Could Increase Plant Growth (VERIFIED BY @GOOGLEWEED)

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Many growers advocate the use of an 18/6 light schedule (18 hours on, 6 hours off) while plants are in Veg. However, this may not be the most beneficial light schedule. Switching to a series of 6/2 (6 hours on, 2 hours off) light patterns may increase plant growth while also potentially creating a more stable controlled environment.

While this new schedule may sound risky, it actually comes with a number of benefits.

Dual Part Flush Formula (Universal)

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420 Nutrient Flush Formula and Recipe

Can I use this with my grow system?

Use this formula with soil, hydro mediums, soilless mediums, and can be used in many other plant species other than merely cannabis

When to water?

Set watering schedule to every several days or when plants need water.

When to flush?

Flush alternate A and B recipes to every heavy feed cycle to prevent nute build up. 

Heavy Vegetative Feed Formula (Universal)

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420 Heavy Veg Recipe

Can I use this with my grow system?

Use this formula with soil, hydro mediums, soilless mediums, and can be used in many other plant species other than merely cannabis

When to water?

Set watering schedule to every several days or when plants need water.

When to feed?

Feed alternate to every dual part flush cycle to prevent nute build up. 

 

Which pot is best for my pot plants?

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Which POT is best?

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QUESTION #1: 
Should I transplant my beautiful clones directly into their final 3 Gallon resting place?

Transplanting causes intermediate, beginner, and advanced growers untold troubles, and incorrect transplantation can immediately slow development and taint potential plant growth. Transplanting initially into smaller pots vs larger pots can help a lot of people avoid common mistakes, which is the main reason I recommend this technique apply to everyone.