Grow Manual Producer

Grow Manual Producer
Producer™
Grow Manual
1
Growing in Your Producer
Before you begin using the Producer there are a few basic things you should
know about growing in the machine:
This manual provides you with detailed instructions to get your machine set up and growing. If you have any
confusion or questions, contact your BCNL rep, and we will make sure you get everything done and set up
correctly.
Table Of Contents
Growing in Your Producer
3
Vegetation Chamber
4
Growing from Seed
4
Your environment - Ambient room temperature should be 68-72 degrees with HID lights and 72-78 with LED.
Humidity is optimal at 60-80% for early vegetation, 50-60% for later vegetation, and 40% for flowering. Keep in
mind that these are optimal conditions and your plants will put up with a wide variance. If you need any assistance
meeting these desired conditions, please contact BCNL support at 1-866-933-3269.
The Producer is made to handle vegetation or flowering in a single chamber. Each stage of growth requires different
light cycles and wavelengths. Vegetative growth requires 18 hours of light in the blue wavelength, while flowering
requires 12 hours of light in the red wavelength.
Clone Dome
GroSmart
Vegetation
DEL
Transplanting
4
Hand Watering
5
Flowering
6
Nutrients
7
Mixing Nutrients
8
Draining Hydro Reservoirs
9
Watering Cycles
9
Oxygenating and CO2
10
Flushing, Drying, Curing
11
Troubleshooting
12
Advanced Growing Tips
13
Feeding Schedules
12:14
18Hr Veg
ALT
6
CO2
CO2
7
5
3
4
2
ESC
Water
0
OK
1
CO2
Air Pump
Override
Cloning
Shelf
Fresh Air
Intake
Carbon Filter
Exhaust
Hydro18
Casters
Appendix A
125W CFL
400W MH
Optional with Veg upgrade
Optional with Veg upgrade
HELPFUL HINT
2
Independent
Cooling System
Flowering Chamber
Flowering
400W HPS
You can keep your CFL bulb during flowering if you set its switch to the 12/12 to add a vegetative spectrum of light along
with your HPS bulbs.
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Vegetation Chamber
WARNING
If you do not have 18 plants, ensure you still fill the empty spots with a mesh pot and 3” rockwool to ensure light
does not penetrate the reservoir and roots.
Diagram: Hand Watering & Best Practices for Training Roots
You may veg your plants in the Hydro18 reservoir
for as long as you like, but remember that plants
continue to grow in height during the flowering
stage. Allow yourself enough room so that the
plants will not hit the glass after 8 more weeks in
flower. Usually 10 to 14 days or when the plants
are 5-8” tall is all you need, assuming your roots
are well established.
Growing from Seed
•Soak seeds in a cup of pH-balanced (5.6-6.2) water overnight. Do not let seeds soak more than 24
hours unless the casing remains uncracked. When the casing has cracked, seeds are ready to be
placed in the 1” rock wool cubes.
•Soak rock wool in pH balanced (5.6–6.2) water for at least 4 hours so the water can acclimate to room
temperature and the rock wool has a chance to get fully soaked. Give each cube a squeeze to remove
about half the water.
•Sow one seed in each rock wool cube. Place seed about 1⁄2” down into the center of the cube with
the tap root pointing down. Be very gentle when opening the rock wool and inserting the tap root.
•Place in a warm dark location 80 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit.
•The seedling will begin to germinate over the next few days. As soon as growth is visible from the top
of your cubes, it is important to place the seedlings under your Metal Halide bulb,LED or 125 watt
CFL. Check every 12 hours.
HELPFUL HINT
Keep rock wool moist, but do not over water. There should not be free standing water in the bottom of the dome.
When seedling has sprouted and leaves have formed you can water with a very mild grow mixture (1 mL/cc Grow
and Common per gallon or 4 L). This is a critical stage in training a healthy aggressive plant. Keep an eye on them
and hand water when they are at about 10% moisture level.
Transplant Seedlings
Once the seedlings have established roots you can place
them into the larger 3” rockwool cubes.
Plant Basics
You are now ready to place the 3” cubes in the 3.5” mesh
pots located in the Hydro12 reservoir and start Week 1 veg.
Propagation (Optional)
Leaf
Power Cloner - The power cloner provided is used to
propagate root cuttings. The cuttings are grown in the power
cloner until a good root system is visibly protruding out of
the 1” neoprene puck.
Node
Hydro18 Reservoir
Oxygen is supplied to the water in the Hydro18
reservoir through an air pump. It is important
that the air pump be running at all times for two
reasons:
1. Before the roots touch water, they will sense
the mist that is caused by bubbles breaking on
the surface and “chase” the water down.
Water the bottom
HELPFUL HINT
2. Without dissolved oxygen in the water, your
roots will drown.
After the roots have grown out of the 1” rockwool cubes and are transplanted into the 3” cubes, they might
not be ready for the full watering schedule. You can mix up your vegetation solution in the Hydro18 reservoir,
and plug in your pump clip and hit the water override to the up (manual) position for 5-10 minutes, then
unplug your white pump clip until the next time they need feeding. This is the crucial time in which your plants
will need some extra TLC. In order to train a more aggressive plant and to not water log the root ball, it is
recommended that you manually water when the 3” rockwool feels almost dry. If you are going out of town
you can always keep the water pump plugged in, but if you can be there to offer the extra care (unplug pump
from white clip and hand water) until roots start flourishing out the bottom of the 3.5” pots, then you will have
a higher success rate. Once the roots are coming out of the pots then you can plug in the water pump and
leave the rocker switch in the down position for the twice a day watering.
Growing Medium
In approximately 7 days, roots should be visible out the
bottom of the neoprene puck. At this point, start Week 1 veg.
HELPFUL HINT
Presoak your 3” rockwool with a mild grow
solution before placing the 1” rooted rockwool
inside. This will act as your first hand watering.
Branch
Stem
Root Ball
Root
4
1” Rockwool or
1” Rapid Rooter
1” Rockwool
NO Rapid Rooter
3” Rockwool
5
Nutrient Overview
Flowering
The flowering stage will take 6 to 10 weeks depending on type of plants grown. When the plants have grown to
approximately 8-10” in the vegetation chamber and have a good root structure the chamber should be powered
down, switched to HPS (flowering) bulbs and powered up in flowering mode. The shortest of your 18 plants should
be re-positioned in the cutouts directly below the bulbs.
HELPFUL HINT
Once you have found plants that you are happy with, you will have to experiment with the amount of vegetation
time required. Some plants grow tall quickly while others are bushier. If you leave the plants in the vegetative
stage for too long they may grow into the glass during the flowering cycle as they will continue to grow in height.
If the plants touch the glass they should be trained to bend by using string or they may overheat.
BC Northern Lights has teamed up with Future Harvest to offer you the best custom feeding schedule available. If you
have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call anyone of our experienced reps, who are on call 7 days a week.
The measuring syringe is used to pull the nutrients from the nutrients jug. The unit of measurement on the syringe is
CCs (same as mLs). Same as on recipe.
The Rubbermaid reservoir has 2 purposes. One is to drain your old nutrients from the reservoir into the Rubbermaid
reservoir. The other is to mix your new nutrients in it, then to drain them into the reservoir.
Bending
Tie a piece of twine loosely around the base of your
stem.
Bending Your Plant
Slowly wrap the twine upwards around the stalk, be
sure not to pinch any nodes or break any branches
Stop wrapping about 3/4 of the way up the stalk and
then tie off the string to another plant, a weight or one
of the anchor screws for your cloning shelf.
HELPFUL HINT
Take your time with this. Bend the
plants over a week or two and they will
eventually hold their position.
To drain old nutrients from your reservoir to your Rubbermaid, simply connect drain hose to your Rubbermaid and to
the drain valve on your irrigation lid. Open valves and then switch the watering switch on to override. Drain, then close
both valves. DO NOT RUN PUMP DRY.
HELPFUL HINT
The plants should not be disturbed when
they are in the darkness stage of their
day. It stresses them out, reduces yields
and may lead to hermaphrodite plants.
To drain new nutrients from Rubbermaid into your reservoir, simply place Rubbermaid on a higher surface then the
reservoir. Place drain hose from Rubbermaid under the reservoir lid. Then open the valve on the drain hose.
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WARNING
Please ensure that there is always at
least 3 gallons of water in the flowering
reservoir when the machine is plugged in
so that the pump does not run dry.
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WARNING
It is imperative that the air pump be
running at all times as it provides the
oxygen necessary for the roots to stay
alive. You can override the air pump to
keep things quiet while you’re cloning,
but make sure you don’t have anything
rooted in the Hydro18 reservoir.
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Nutrients Packages
Tie Down
Ti
7
GroSmart
Mixing Nutrients
With every Grow Box we have included a Rubbermaid Mixing reservoir
with drain hose and a measuring syringe. These are used to drain your
nutrients from the hydro reservoir and to mix your nutrients for filling and
drain back into the reservoir. The measuring syringe is used to pull up
the amount of nutrients that the feeding schedule (Appendix A) calls for.
We have teamed up with Future Harvest to develop the ultimate feeding
schedule. If you have purchased a Future Harvest Package from us, refer
to the nutrient recipes in Appendix A.
Hydro Reservoir Valves
fig. 1
open
fig. 2
Filling Hydro Reservoirs
To fill your Hydro reservoirs, first add the following amount of water into
your mixing reservoir or bucket:
Hydro18 = 9 gallons or 34 litres
fig. 3
Plant growth occurs best when there is an optimal pH level. pH balancing your water and nutrient mixture is of the utmost
importance. It is recommended that a pH pen be used to monitor your pH levels to ensure productive healthy plants. First you
will need to calibrate your pH pen.
• Turn the meter on and insert into a buffer solution of 7. If your meter shows the correct reading, stop here. If not, press and
hold the CAL button for 10 seconds. The display will flash and the temperature reading will change to a flashing ‘CAL’ image
(fig. 2).
• Select your desired calibration level (in this case 7) by clicking the UP or DOWN buttons (indicated by the arrows). The
measurement will change and a small icon will indicate the value. When the number matches the solution, click ENTER.
• ‘CAL’ will flash as ‘C­—CA—CAL’ indicating progress. Allow 5-60 seconds, do not press any buttons, and if possible, do not
move the meter.
• When the meter is calibrated, ‘End’ will flash and the measurement will reappear.
• Your pH pen should be calibrated at least once per month.
To Balance
HELPFUL HINT
Draining your hydro reservoirs should be done every seven days.
To drain:
•Ensure the water override is in the down position. (fig. 4)
•Attach the Drain Hose from your Rubbermaid mixing reservoir to the end of the valve on your irrigation lid. The
Drain Hose has a short section of hose, connected to a valve, and then connected to a longer section of hose.
Connect the longer section to the Rubbermaid, and the shorter section to the Irrigation Lid.
•Turn the water override to the override (up) position. Water should begin to flow. When your reservoir is nearly
empty turn the water override back to the down position. DO NOT RUN THE PUMP DRY!
•Close the ball valve (on both the Reservoir lid and the Rubbermaid) and remove your drain hose. You are now
ready to refill your reservoir with the following weeks nutrient mixture.
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HELPFUL HINT
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Do not mix pH up and pH down directly. Do not immerse your pH or PPM pen more than 1-2” into the nutrient
or calibration solutions. They are not waterproof.
pH UP and pH DOWN can be acquired at aquarium shops and pool /spa outlets. You can also use baking soda
for UP and lemon juice for DOWN if you get in a pinch.
The water override must be returned to the down position for the control center to automatically water your
plants
Draining Hydro Reservoirs
•Place pH pen in nutrient mixture.
•If pH reads above 6.2, add pH down. Add a few drops at a time until pH is 5.6. Be careful not to pour too much.
•If pH reads below 5.6, add pH up. Add a few drops at a time until pH is 5.6. Be careful not to pour too much
•Turn off pH pen after using it and place in a couple ounces of calibration or storage solution. You do not want the probe to dry
out.
•Prop open lid.
•Drain your nutrient mixture into the reservoir. – (see “draining hydro reservoirs” next page)
WARNING
fig. 5
The water override switch is only used to drain your reservoirs (see section on draining your reservoirs). You can
also utilize this switch to give your plants an extra dose of plain pH balanced water during the final week of flowering
to assist in the final flush. If for some reason the switch has been left in the override up position by accident, it will
only run for 20 minutes to ensure you do not drown your roots.
Calibrating pH Pen
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fig. 4
The irrigation system is programmed to come on every morning from 8:45am to 8:50am, allowing your plants to
soak up all the water they need for the day before the lights come on. This ensures your root ball receives an early
morning watering to give the necessary nutrient dose and salt flush.
Reservoir / Amount of Water
Next, follow the nutrient recipes outlined in Appendix A or consult your nutrient
manufacturer’s instructions.
Watering Cycles
closed
HELPFUL HINT
Place a book or block under the back of the reservoir to push that last inch of nutrient solution through the pump at the
front. Use a ShopVac to suck out any additional water or nutrient residue, but be mindful of the roots!
HELPFUL HINT
Please ensure your valve on the reservoir lid is closed after you have drained the reservoir.
WARNING
The water override must be returned to the down position for the control center to automatically water your
plants.
HELPFUL HINT
Check reservoir water levels periodically. The plants will use more water at different stages of growth and
evaporation can be a factor in raising PPMs. If the water levels are low just simply add pH balanced water
until desired PPMs are achieved.
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Oxygenating Your Roots
Flushing, Drying and Curing
Plant roots require water and oxygen in order to stay alive and flourish. The air pump provides oxygen into the water
in the reservoirs via the airstones that sit in the bottom.
HELPFUL HINT
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WARNING
Liquid Oxygen or H2O2 can be added to the nutrient mixture. Always dilute liquid oxygen in water before
adding to your reservoirs.
Liquid Oxygen or H2O2 should not be used with Voodoo Juice, organic nutrients or beneficial bacteria such as
Plantacillin, Piranha, and Tarantula. It will kill them.
CO2 Injection
CO2 is used any time after the second week of the flowering cycle when the lights are on. CO2 will inject
automatically and maintain 1600 ppm. The regulator valve should be set so that the gauge reads 5 PSI. To
accomplish this take the following steps:
•Ensure the flowering rocker switch is in the on position and the HPS bulb is on. Turn the
CO2 rocker switch to the override (up) position.
•Open CO2 tank until you hear the gas come out then stop. Do
not open all the way!
•Adjust flow on the regulator so the needle reads 5 PSI. To do so, twist the
“T” handle clockwise or counter clockwise when Co2 is flowing through.
Once adjusted, tighten the nut at the base of the “T”handle to secure in place.
•Turn off the CO2 override system by returning the rocker
switch to the down position.
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WARNING
Don’t begin to use CO2 until the second week of the flowering cycle and only use if your plant has a good root
system and looks healthy.
5psi
Gauges
CO2
CO2
CO2
For a simple flush, do not feed your plants any nutrients in the last week of flowering. Products can be used in the
final week to bind with fertilizers and accelerate their decomposition in the plant. Otherwise, use only de-chlorinated
and pH balanced water in your reservoirs during the final week. Don’t be shy if you wish to start flushing with two
weeks left, it all depends on how hungry your plants have been and how heavy the feeding has gone. Over time you
will figure out how long is best to flush.
Drying and Curing
After this first drying period, the flowers should feel dry on the outside. Remove them from the dryer and
place loosely in a sealed container for 12 hours. 32-oz glass Mason jars are ideal for storage because they
are airtight. Do not overfill the jars; flowers should be loosely packed. Handle your flowers very gently! A
32-oz Mason jar will hold approximately 1 oz. of flowers. You might want to use big freezer bags to store
more volume instead of multiple Mason jars. This process of putting the flowers into a sealed container is
called “sweating” and will re-distribute the internal moisture throughout the flower evenly. After the first dry
the flowers will be 60-70% wet as opposed to 100% wet.
The CO2 rocker switch must be in the down position for the control center to automatically inject your CO2
according to the program.
Hose
Flushing
BCNL’s Dryer is designed to accelerate drying times while eliminating odours and mess. When using the
dryer, make sure you have manicured your flowers and removed all thick stems. Place the flowers evenly
on the screens and plug the device in. Depending on your climate, you will need to experiment with drying
times, but typically the first drying period will last for 24-48 hours. If you live in a very dry climate, you may
need less time, and if you live in a humid climate you may need 48 hours.
fig. 6.1
HELPFUL HINT
These final stages separate good growers from bad growers. By properly flushing, drying, and curing
your plants you will ensure that they retain the best aroma and taste.
Now your flowers are ready for the second drying session, which will be shorter than the first one; again,
you need to be aware of your climate to determine how long each drying session should be. This process of
alternately drying and “sweating” your flowers dries and cures them slowly; you don’t want to dry them out
very quickly, or over-dry them. Your second drying session may last 12-24 hours, and then the flowers are
ready to be returned to the jars and “sweated” again for 12 hours.
Each time you put the flowers into the containers, check them periodically to make sure that no moisture
gathers on the inside glass or bag: this means that the flowers are still too wet to be in the containers and
need to be dried longer. If you store overly-wet flowers in sealed containers, you run the risk of getting mold,
which will destroy all your hard work. If there is no moisture on the glass or bag but the flowers feel a little
wet to the touch when you open them, you can leave the lid off or bag open for an hour or two before you
close it again. You want to avoid an ammonia-like smell at all costs, which means the flowers are still too wet
to be stored.
You will repeat these steps 3-4 times, each time reducing the dryer time and the moisture level in the flowers
to the point of having the flowers ready for long-term storage. If you find that you might have overdried your
flowers you can put in a slice of apple during the sweating stage to bring back more moisture. Usually we
know that the flower to be dry enough for long-term storage by using a “two twist technique.” If you twist a
small stem twice and it breaks, consider the flower ready for storage. If the stem bends and indicates there
is still a lot of moisture, repeat the drying and sweating process.
When your flowers are ready for long-term storage, choose a cool, dry place in which to store them. Flowers
exposed to light and heat lose their potency and degrade. You can use a hygrometer when your flowers
are in jars to see what the RH is inside the jar. Ideally the RH will be between 57-62% (the continued curing
zone) when you are ready to store flowers long-term. When the RH is in this range, you can open your jars
once a week to let fresh air in. You will notice a continual improvement in aroma and flavor as time passes.
improvement in aroma and flavor as time passes.
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WARNING
Watch carefully for signs of moisture when curing. Any moisture trapped in the jars could cause mold. If you see
signs of moisture, such as fogginess on the glass, just be sure to open your jars a couple of times each day or
place your product into The Dryer for additional drying time.
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Trouble Shooting
We put together some trouble shooting tips to help you achieve the best yields
possible. Call your BCNL rep for more info.
Advanced Growing Tips
Chilling
Spider Mites
These nasty little buggers like to suck the chlorophyll from your plants, which robs them of photosynthesis and will
eventually kill them. Telltale signs of spider mites are little webs all over your plants. The easiest way to deal with
spider mites is to spray with a commercial pesticide. Never spray commercial pesticides after week 5 of flower and
only do so sparingly just before the lights go off for the night.
1. An organic spray solution (1/2 tsp baking soda, 1 tbsp vegetable oil, 1 litre spray bottle with water):
Mix the baking soda into the full water bottle then pour in the vegetable oil. While shaking constantly, spray the
plants from the top and underside. Be liberal with your spraying so you cover the plants. This will coat the bugs
and drown them while the baking soda protects from mold and mildew. If you’re lucky you will get them before
they have bred and you will only have to do this once. More likely you will have to repeat this process after 2 or 3
weeks, as the first round of eggs hatch. By using this organic approach you can spray right up to the beginning
of week 7.
2. Using the CO2 override (up position) you can provide a 20 min CO2 bath:
Adding PH balanced ice cubes to your reservoir will increase the amount of dissolved oxygen that your water can
hold. Your plants will love the extra boost. Do this at least once per week and you will have better oxygen retention,
better nutrient uptake and more stable PPMs.
HELPFUL HINT
Only add PH balanced cubes if reservoir temp is too high.
At the end of week 8, to improve the production of aromatic resins, turn off the lights in your indoor garden but leave
the plants inside. Pour ice water/cubes into your reservoir and let the plants sit in the dark with their roots chilling for
two days. Then cut them down.
Additional Airflow
You can lower your room temp dramatically by exhausting your HPS exhaust fans out of the room. Do so by hooking
up ducting to the light exhaust fans, and run it into another room or outside. Your box will run much cooler. Collars can
be purchased from BCNL and the clamps for ducting. Ducting can be purchased at any hardware depot, like Home
Depot.
Over a few days repeat this daily and monitor the progress of the plants and the insects. It is a fine balance of
choking out the insects but not the plants. This method works the best if you can catch them early.
Mold and Mildew
To troubleshoot, first check the humidity levels in your environment. Humidity should range from 80% in the clone
dome to 40% in the flowering chamber. If you are noticing lots of condensation in your box or the room in which it is
stored, a de-humidifier or air-conditioner can help a lot. Anti-fungal sprays can be used on powdery mildew, but be
careful to read the manufacturer’s instructions.
HELPFUL HINT
Mold, mildew, fungus and bugs love dead leaves. Be sure to keep your growing space tidy and free from dead
leaves. Keep down excessive vegetation to improve airflow.
Roots
Healthy roots should be bushy and white. If your roots are brown, try smelling them. If it smells like rot or mildew,
it is. Beneficial Bacterias such as Plantacillin will work to clean up roots by converting waste material to food. But
some growers recommend flushing with pH balanced water and a hydrogen peroxide solution between each weekly
feeding. Whether or not you do this weekly, this is still a good way to solve many problems such as root rot, nutrient
lock, over fertilizing, and many other problems. Simply mix 1 tsp of 30% hydrogen peroxide for every gallon of pH
balanced water. Drain nutrients and replace with mixture. Run the twice a day top feed for at least 2 days.
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Do not use HyOX or H2O2 with any of the beneficial bacterias (Plantacillin, Piranha, Tarantula, SensiZym, VooDoo
WARNING
Juice) - it will kill them.
Temperature
Optimal room temperature is 68-72 degrees. The temperature inside your flowering chamber will run about 6
degrees hotter. If you need help getting your temperatures dialed, please call BCNL support 1-866-933-3269 for
some easy fixes.
Smell
Your carbon filter will provide unmatched odour control, however, certain factors such as environmental humidity,
age of the filter or structural damage to the machine can reduce its performance. To preserve the life of your filter,
only attach it when you are noticing smell. Typically this will occur after you have put your plants into flower, but
some plants can be quite smelly while still in veg.
If your environment is tuned and you are still having problems with odours, Ona odour neutralizer is an excellent
product. To use Ona, simply remove lid on the ONA block, or can drill holes in the lid to have it not as strong.
Additionally, pro-grade external BCNL filters and fans can be added to any room, but they are not typically
required.
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Appendix A: Custom Feeding Schedules
When plants are approximately 1” tall, they can be hand watered with Week 1 at ½ strength. Once roots are
completely out of 3” rockwool cubes, start Week 1 Veg. When plants are approximately 8” tall, start Week 1 Flower.
You can buy all the below products, which will help against crop protection, but they are not necessary. To try more of
the products you see below or any questions, please contact your BCNL sales rep.
Directions
Measurements are ml / cc per reservoir. PPM levels are in addition to your standard water PPM levels.
Always add Grow or Flower (dependant on cycle) first, mix well, then add Common.
The recommended pH level is between 5.4 and 6.1 depending on what stage the plant is in.
VEG
Week
Grow
Common
PPM Level
*Veg Bloom Plus
PPM Level
*Prop-O-Gator
PPM Level
PRODUCER
34 Litre
1
13.6
17.0
140.0
34.0
180.0
170.0
860.0
2
23.8
25.7
190.0
34.0
230.0
170.0
910.0
3+
34.0
34.0
230.0
34.0
270.0
170.0
950.0
4
51.0
51.0
330.0
34.0
370.0
170.0
1050.0
* Veg Boom Plus and Prop-O-Gator included in Gold Pack only
FLOWER
Week
Flower
Common
PPM Level
PRODUCER
FLOWER
Week
Super B+
CarboBlast
Bud Boom
PPM Level
SILVER ADDITIVES
1
2
68.0
68.0
68.0
FLOWER
Week
Planticilin
Bud Start
Ton O Bud
Bud Boom Plus
Royal Gold
PPM Level
GOLD ADDITIVES
1
2
8.5
8.5
68.0
1
119.0
119.0
570.0
610.0
68.0
68.0
640.0
2
136.0
136.0
620.0
670.0
68.0
68.0
730.0
34 Litre
3
170.0
170.0
720.0
4
170.0
170.0
720.0
5
204.0
136.0
720.0
6
204.0
136.0
720.0
7
204.0
136.0
720.0
3
68.0
68.0
4
68.0
68.0
770.0
770.0
5
68.0
68.0
68.0
820.0
6
68.0
68.0
68.0
820.0
7
68.0
68.0
68.0
820.0
7
FLUSH
8
FLUSH
Gold Packs contain all Silver Pack additives
3
8.5
4
8.5
5
8.5
6
8.5
68.0
68.0
68.0
870.0
68.0
68.0
68.0
870.0
68.0
68.0
850.0
68.0
68.0
850.0
If the plants are not ready after week 7, repeat in week 8 then flush in week 9.
Do not exceed the recommended measurements when adding nutrients and additives.
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