Each plant variety has personal strengths and weaknesses. Some plants need specific nutrients to counteract gene traits/weaknesses. Auto-flowering and early term plants tend to need more aggressive extension-forming nitrogen and rely on stimulants. Other varieties are heavy magnesium feeders. We find that some varieties also length out naturally and need nutrient that promote bushing horizontal growth habits. All varieties have unique demands for food when it comes to achieving the highest yield and quality of harvest. Look through the selected programs. Some programs entail grouping/classification of plant types and other are specific to a genotype. If you are not growing a selected genotype, refer back to a group/classification. Nutrient manipulation techniques can also be additional catered to any plant variety.
This program is a standard for any late or mid-term, seed or clone variety. It is constructed to perform aggressive vertical growth in the transplant stage and a 70% vertical to 30% horizontal growth habit in the vegetative stage (final plant with equal parts height to width, not taking in account for genetic traits). The flowering program maximizes the nutrient load in order to cater to the most aggressive feeding plants.
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Sour Diesel is said to be a cross between 91 Chem Dawg and a Super Skunk/Northern Lights. Sour Diesel is a Mexican Sativa crossed with an Afghani Indica. Sour D is an 80% concentration of sativa, which helps on its potential yield. It is best known for its thin stem, sprawly growth habit, and slightly deformed flowering characteristics. Through nutrient manipulation we can correct weakness and encourage strengths of this variety. Sour Dee should be encouraged to bush out all much as possible as to build as many flower heads as possible. Our program encourages this bushing effect and also helps strengthen stem/stalk girth. Click Here for Sour Diesel Feed Schedule & Strain Data.
Blackberry Kush is said to be an Indica-dominant hybrid that stems from the mixture of Blueberry and a Highland Afghani variety. The variety is known for its auto-flowering growth habits. Blackberry Kush also craves magnesium in the flowering stages. Blackberry Kush has a quick plant cycle so everyday counts. Our program encourages extensive growth habits. The program pushes a high enzyme and hormone growth formula and a heavy magnesium and trace mineral flowering formula. The tight flower this strain produces makes it hard to produce yield. One must promote branch development while increasing vertical extension. In the flower time it is necessary to lengthen the stacking stage in order to create necessary yields off of the length of each flower. This may also lengthen harvest date by two weeks, but well worth the wait. Click Here for Blackberry Kush Feed Schedule & Strain Data.
OG Kush is said to come from a Chemdawg crossed with a Kush variety. It has a tendency to attract PM (powdery mildew) and has a low resistance to bugs and disease. OG Kush has a sprawly multi-branching little stem growth structure. The schedules given for this variety encourages stock girth, branch enlargement, and leaf size. The formulas focus on a building the plants immunity and providing a girth-like growth habit. Click Here for OG Kush Feed Schedule & Strain Data.
Headband is said to be a cross between a “high flying” sativa and a strong indica. Headband is an aggressive feeder and can get quite large for a gas variety. This plant variety has a strong resistance to bugs, molds, and mildews. Headband has an excellent growth habit and it is important to encourage it, and not manipulate it. Our headband programs have very high concentration levels of nutrient. Headband is known as a heavy feeder. In addition, the programs are enriched with extra magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus, to encourage the plant to reach its full potential. Click Here for Headband Feed Schedule & Strain Data.
Pineapple is said to be a Trainwreck crossed with a Hawaiian strain. The growth characteristics of the pineapple are similar to the trainwreck parent, although pineapple seems to leg out with a dominate sativa characteristic. All pineapple programs encourage rapid branch development and horizontal extension. Pineapple builds tight conical flowers and gets weight in quantity of flowers and not girth. Branch development is our primary purpose in the vegetative stages. This particular strain thrives with thick hedge-like flower sets, where the flowers are tightly packed. The leaves of the pineapple are thin and reflective which allows excellent light to carry through the plant. Click Here for Pineapple Feed Schedule & Strain Data.
Bubba Kush, also known as U2 on the west coast, is said to be a cross between a Hindu Kush landrace and OG Kush. Bubba Kush is known for her chunky flowering characteristics. Bubba Kush’s growth habit accelerates in the early stages, but tends to dwindle once the plant reaches 3 ft. This is a dominant growth characteristic attributed to the hindu kush parent. Our Bubba Kush programs are designed to build healthy extension and accelerated branch development. The programs use growth promoting stimulants to increase the overall size of the plant. Bubba Kush is a heavy feeder. All Bubba Kush programs contain stronger nutrient doses of calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and iron. Click Here for Bubba Kush Feed Schedule & Strain Data.
Granddaddy Purple is said to be a cross between Purple Erkle and a Big Bud. This variety produces the largest flowers of the purple varieties. Granddaddy Purple inherits its sturdy growth habit from it indica dominant parents. This variety naturally wants to bush out early and create excessive thickness in the center of the plant. It is important to counteract this trait with an aggressive vertical growth formula in the early stages of plant development. Granddaddy Purple is a heavy feeder and wants strong doses of nutrient throughout its full development. Our schedule ensures heavy feeding of all nutrient, but focuses primarily on high levels of phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, and amino acids. Click here for Grandaddy Purple Feed Schedule & Strain Data.
Green Crack although being a sativa dominated hybrid it attains much of it characteristics from its Skunk #1 parent. Growers tend to get lower yields off this variety due to its tendencies to auto-flower. As a mid term strain, Green Crack must be aggressively fertilized using growth promoting nutrients. This variety puts on smaller tight flowers and can only attain proper yield by the having a high number of flower heads and a long stacking length. The formulas given for this variety contain increased growth promoting stimulants in the vegetative stages and hormones in the stacking/transitional stage. Click Here for Green Crack Feed Schedule & Strain Data.