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Heres a nice easy feeding schedule with very few ingredients that can grow big plants...... all you will need is a good light soil mix,I've developed this with Plagron Light so that's what I would suggest, a reasonable water supply, mine is PH7.4 and EC 0.4 most tap water will be around this range and the nutrients.

Base nutrients are Advanced Nutrients Sensi Bloom A&B then for bloom AN Carboload and Overdrive. Two of the test subjects were grown simply with these ingredients but the third needed extra Calmag so that's advisable to have. The nutrients are PH perfect so no need to check or adjust PH, I don't even adjust the starting 10 days water or the final flush water,it goes in at 7.4.


Days 1-10

Water.

Days 10-20

Sensi Bloom A&B at 1ml per 1L (of both A&B)

Days 20-30

Sensi Bloom A&B at 1.5ml per L

Days 30-40

Sensi Bloom A&B at 2ml per L.

Days 40-45

Sensi Bloom A&B at 2ml per L.
Carboload at 1ml per L.

Days 45-60

Sensi Bloom A&B at 2ml per L.
Carboload at 1ml per L.
Overdrive at 1ml per L.

Days 60-70

Water.

I've based this on a 70 day grow but if your plant takes longer or are photoperiods just extend the Overdrive phase. Non of the plants I used this schedule on had a 'mid grow flush' which makes this method even easier.

For fine tuning watch the leaves,if the tips burn, back off the base nutrients slightly or if the leaves start to pale then increase the base nutrients slightly.

Calmag can be added at 1ml per 1L all the time you feed Sensi bloom or if and when you see a deficiency.

And finally here are the three brave test subjects.

Mephistos The White Train.


Dutch Passions Auto Blueberry.


Mephistos Sour Hound.
Been using your feeding schedule. Working great!!
 

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In case anyone's interested, here's a simple sterile hydro schedule that's based off of TaNg's. You can find a similar schedule that uses bennies in this link. The sterile schedule is much easier and a whole lot cheaper. I used 29% H202. You can replace it with whatever you choose to use. Extend or shorten the schedule to suit your grow.

Week 1 (First true leaves and now in final container)
Sensi Bloom A&B 2ml ea per 1 gal

Week 2

Sensi Bloom A&B at 4ml ea. per 1 gal
29% H2O2 at 3ml per gal every three days
Cal-Mag at 4ml per 1 gal

Week 3
Sensi Bloom A&B at 6ml ea. per 1 gal
29% H2O2 at 3ml per gal every three days
Cal-Mag at 4ml per 1 gal

Week 4
Sensi Bloom A&B at 8ml ea. per 1 gal
29% H2O2 at 3ml per gal every three days
Cal-Mag at 4ml per 1 gal

Week 5
Sensi Bloom A&B at 8ml ea. per 1 gal
29% H2O2 at 3ml per gal every three days
Cal-Mag at 4ml per 1 gal

Week 6

Sensi Bloom A&B at 8ml ea. per 1 gal
29% H2O2 at 3ml per gal every three days
Cal-Mag at 4ml per 1 gal

Week 7

Sensi Bloom A&B at 8ml ea. per 1 gal
29% H2O2 at 3ml per gal every three days
Cal-Mag at 4ml per 1 gal

Week 8

Sensi Bloom A&B at 8ml ea. per 1 gal
29% H2O2 at 3ml per gal every three days
Cal-Mag at 4ml per 1 gal

Week 9
Sensi Bloom A&B at 8ml ea. per 1 gal
29% H2O2 at 3ml per gal every three days
Cal-Mag at 4ml per 1 gal
Overdrive (last two weeks) at 8ml per 1 gal

Week 10
Sensi Bloom A&B at 8ml ea. per 1 gal
29% H2O2 at 3ml per gal every four days
Cal-Mag at 4ml per 1 gal
Overdrive (last two weeks) at 8ml per 1 gal

Prior to harvest, I flush with plain tap water for two days along with 36 hours of darkness. What you do is up to you.
 

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Hey, can i replace Advanced Nutrients Carboload with Advanced Nutrients Bud Candy? Bud Candy should be same stuff but it should be a bit better than Carboload or so they say in Advanced Nutrients website that it should be used just the same as Carboload.. Also it was recommended by my local grow shop. What do you guys think? Bud Candy replacing Carboload with this same feeding schedule? Same feeding amount and everything?
 

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Hey, can i replace Advanced Nutrients Carboload with Advanced Nutrients Bud Candy? Bud Candy should be same stuff but it should be a bit better than Carboload or so they say in Advanced Nutrients website that it should be used just the same as Carboload.. Also it was recommended by my local grow shop. What do you guys think? Bud Candy replacing Carboload with this same feeding schedule? Same feeding amount and everything?
These are 2 different products, definitely not the "same stuff."

Why; what need do you want to address with a carb-rich supplement?. Such as do you want it as a basic nutrient supplement, to add or improve taste/smell, and/or as feed for microbes in the soil/media?

Otherwise, many use common non-sulfated molasses.
 

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Hey, can i replace Advanced Nutrients Carboload with Advanced Nutrients Bud Candy? Bud Candy should be same stuff but it should be a bit better than Carboload or so they say in Advanced Nutrients website that it should be used just the same as Carboload.. Also it was recommended by my local grow shop. What do you guys think? Bud Candy replacing Carboload with this same feeding schedule? Same feeding amount and everything?
Yes, you can. I have.
 

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And to further complicate your options just from Adv. Nutr. alone, I've used their Microbial Munch product (which they don't promote as much) rather than Carboload.
 

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These are 2 different products, definitely not the "same stuff."

Why; what need do you want to address with a carb-rich supplement?. Such as do you want it as a basic nutrient supplement, to add or improve taste/smell, and/or as feed for microbes in the soil/media?

Otherwise, many use common non-sulfated molasses.
Well i want to achieve same results that this tangs easy feeding schedule does, but the country where i live doesn’t have AN Carboload anymore in the shops because they have replaced that product with AN Bud Candy. I would not rather order Carboload from other countries when Bud Candy should do the same trick but also a bit more?

I’m also asking this because i’m a beginner and this is my first grow, so i want to make sure that i don’t do anything stupid when im going to replace Carboload with Bud Candy now. I was afraid that is there a chance that my plants are getting too much of something when i’m using this exact same tangs easy feeding schedule, but having Carboload replaced with Bud Candy, using same amount of Bud Candy as there should be used of Carboload in this schedule.

And i wrote before with a question that it ”should be the same stuff” i didn’t write and state that ”they are definitely the same stuff” There’s a difference.. :redface: Thanks for the help and all opinions are welcome! Peace..

Here is what AN says on they’re website about Bud Candy and Carboload.


”Best of all, you’re getting two products in one because Bud Candy gives you everything in Sweet Leaf and CarboLoad, but it also gives you a lot more in an easy to use formula.”

”Bud Candy contains the powerful sugars that CarboLoad contains, so you save money by not having to use CarboLoad.”

Yes, you can. I have.
Thanks for the reply!
 
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As AN notes on their Web pages, Bud Candy is an "extensive menu of crop-boosting compounds", with diverse sugars, amino acids, vitamin C and surely unreported supplements "combining all these aminos, carbs, and vitamins." In contrast, "CarboLoad contains only 100% organic carbohydrates."

Myself, having followed TaNg's regimen, I'd go with non-sulfated molasses to replace CarboLoad (replace carbs with carbs); and go with Sweet Candy vs. Bud Candy because it'd be so cheap in comparison (also as powder, easier and cheaper to ship). Molasses would be the cheapest. If you want a Bud Candy-like product but with even more supplements (including P-K), check out Sweet Candy from Greenleaf Nutrients. If you want an amino acids/vitamins supplement, consider AN's B-52 product or equivalent.
 

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I am not sure if I am mis-reading the post in this thread but are you not supposed to get started with the grow product then switch to bloom in the flowering stage? The original post and those afterwards all seem to indicate the use of the Bloom formula through out... can anyone clarify?
 
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