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Saro01

In Bloom
Hahahaha, don't you hate when people say that? Right up there with "case of the Mondays" etc. Anyway, great time to be a Virginian, shit that's hard to say. I believe more applicable would, "man I can finally tolerate being a Virginian." hahaha. But for anyone and everyone who's in the south or even up north, you get the high summer time Temps. Just wanted to put out somewhere for the new guys and girls to pick up tips for heat stress management. Sea kelp, humic etc came to mind as far as nutritional additives. I'm sure there are tons of tips you all can share. If there's already a post for this, maybe a bump, for this the season. Take care everyone, much love from the home of lovers.
 

Saro01

In Bloom
Here's an excerpt from the nectar Bible, the latest version I have is February '18, so please feel free to add. I tried to attach all credits I could find, for obvious reasons, but im pretty sure it's for all to enjoy one way or another. Love you guys and girls, have a wonderful day today and make your tomorrow as amazing as you can. Remember, there's a positive to just about everything if you can find the right way to look at it. Haha. Outdoor: The heat is coming. It’s supposed to get up to about 110 degrees this week! What Nectar
nutrients help your plants weather a heat wave?
*This is an excerpt of a file that was uploaded to the NFTG Growers group by Kam Tembo. If you'd like
more information on why these products below help with heat stress, please join our group.
“A few products that can help a plant survive heat, Kelp (Seaweed Extract), Humates (Humic &
Fulvic Acids, humus, etc), Silica (potassium silicate, Aloe Vera (Salicyclic Acid), Chitosan ( in
a foliar spray). Kelp Extract + Humic Acid (a little heat tip): When the seaweed extract was
combined with humic acid the scientists discovered even greater benefits. The best ratio that was
found was 5 part humic acid to 2-part seaweed extract (5:2).
What I use:
Root Drench:
Zeus Juice - 5ml/gallon
Root Dip - 5ml/gallon
Aloe Vera Powder - .5 tsp/gallon (1 tsp/gallon if you don’t have Dr. Root)
Dr. Root - 1/2 tsp/gallon
I drench early in the AM as sun is rising to get medium saturated and plant prepped for the late day
heat.
Foliar Spray:
Kraken - 5ml/quart (32oz)
Gaia Mania - 5ml/quart
Athenas Aminos - 5 ml/quart
Photosynthesis Plus - 5ml/quart
Ful-Power Fulvic - 5ml/quart
Trigger - 1/2 tsp/quart
"The last three ingredients in my foliar recipe above have fulvic and humic overlaps and are
interchangeable. If you don’t have all of those handy, it's not necessary to rush out and grab them.
As an alternative, you can increase the products you have on hand, to make up for any missing
Fulvic or humic. I foliar in the AM and PM (Before or after sunrise or sunset to prevent light
burning from nutes) to prep the leafs for the coming intense sunlight.” – Kam Tembo
 
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