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Wed Apr 25, 2018 12:08 am

Hi I am new to the forum &would like to know on the weekly flush with kleanse how much water should I put through the pots. I am 2nd week in bloom feeding phosphate +, Bloom a + b 950ppm.

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Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:12 am

Hi there!

What medium are you currently in? If in soil or coco, water with kleanse only , until you see run off. Then next feed, continue with your regular nutrient schedule!
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Wed Apr 25, 2018 6:36 pm

Thanks for the prompt reply, growing in coco, 50 Ltr. Pots dtw. I had been told however many liters pot size is = liters of water to put through. Happy to hear only till I see run off. After potash + when I run swell what benefit is it to run Supa sticky in conjunction for the 4 wks.
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Sun Apr 29, 2018 1:15 am

It depends on how strong you feed and the medium you're in. You don't need to put twice the volume of the pot size in water through unless it's locked out. I feed low, around 1 ec, and only flush once in veg and once before week five of flower. this way the medium, in my case sunshine advanced #4, accumulates nutes each feed instead of being flushed out. For more aggressive feed regimes try flushing once a week as a maintenance flush and you should be dialed. And when I say flush it means maybe 20% of the volume you feed comes out the bottom. Maybe even 10%. Do it two days in a row if needed to bring the substrate ec down slowly instead of all at once, which could shock the plant.
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