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by TurtlesAllTheWayDown about June 30 - report

I know there are some real fans and advocates of Miracle-Gro on this site (sarcasm). So, in your honor I have decided to do a Miracle-Gro only grow on two of my outdoor plants. These two plants were started from seed created accidently in a friend's grow. I didn't want to mix them in with my feminized seeds so I planted these two in two different spots away from my primary site. One is in an old compost spot where I used to throw garden waste and the other is actually growing on top of the 8 foot tall pile of dirt that is my shooting backstop. Both get pretty good sun, with some mixed shade/sun late in the day.

Both of these were runty when they started and I put them in these spots thinking that they wouldn't make it. To my surprise they are doing OK. They've received nothing but water or Miracle-Gro all purpose plant food (they blue crystal kind you mix in water, ~1 tablespoon per gallon water).

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    SubterraneanHomesickBooze 8.229 points - June 30

    right on turtle power! The look good! im very interested in this challenge!! good luck!

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    Chineseeyedgrower 388 points - June 30

    I love these real life experiments.  Thanks Turtles

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  • 2.387

    Hulk 2.387 points - June 30

    Bucking the system. Love it. go getem Turtle there off to a great start.
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    ChAs420 8.908 points - June 30

    those all look great!..remember plenty of times back in the 70s and 80s growing outside..started seedlings inside an set em out last part of may ect..just used the miracle gro blue crystal stuff and toting gallons of MG watter to the sites...we sometimes found spots where soil was good and plant there and sometimes used black composted old barnyard chit and used it in 5gal buckets burried out on state land..always had great cola's and plants..what ever ya can afford now days and what ever werks for the grower i say

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    • Screwstick
      2.880 points -
      June 30

      Did you ever use the little candy cigarette looking fertilizer spikes?

    • ChAs420
      8.908 points -
      June 30

      ive seen those..not sure that i ever used them tho

    • Screwstick
      2.880 points -
      July 1

      Well they dont taste good thats for sure

    • ChAs420
      8.908 points -
      July 1

      yeah i remember nowwwwwwww..they was hard to keep lit..kept goin out

  • 2.880

    Screwstick 2.880 points - June 30

    Your making it work but I wouldn’t expect any converts on here. I do enjoy telling people at Lowes that MG is owned by a devil worshipers that don’t pay taxes because they give it all to their “church”.

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    chubby441 1.963 points - June 30

    I don't know why MG has got such a bad rap . Do you ever prune your plants ?  

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    • TurtlesAllTheWayDown
      218 points -
      July 1

      When I grew indoors years ago I always topped my plants. This is my first outdoor grow and I'm going as low maintenance as possible. Put them in the ground and let them grow.

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    bill59 3.567 points - June 30

    MG is great stuff for flowers and landscape plants outdoors but I've never tried it for cannabis. My ex-wife used it for impatiens and they were monsters every year. The issue I've heard about MG and weed is the release of too much Nitrogen later in the grow when you're trying to back off N and increase P and K. 

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    • chubby441
      1.963 points -
      June 30

      Makes sense ! Thanks

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    king 7.312 points - June 30

    i use MG for the garden outside and flowers................

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    SanBoisLee 13.177 points - June 30

    MG is ok in veg. I'd think it would work better outside since mother nature does a good flush. I use it occasionally to straighten out deficiency issues.
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    RbtAsq 3.199 points - June 30

    I used MG, veg and flower formulas, years ago when I first started growing.

    Back in the day, there was no internet, and you used what you could buy locally.

    MG works well. The only issue I had was the need for more frequent flushings. MG will build up salts in your soil quickly if you don't flush them out.

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