Due to all of this, it would make sense to think that MiracleGro would help with the cultivation of marijuana plants. Is this the case, though? We find out in the next section.
Perhaps surprisingly, MiracleGro is not a marijuana farmer’s friend. It is a common mistake many rookies make as the fertilizer is so ubiquitous in the world of plant growing. You can utilize MiracleGro successfully, but it is challenging to get right, and you risk ruining your grow for benefits that are easily gained from using a better alternative.
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MiracleGro is probably the most famous plant food in the world. The fertilizer was first developed in the late 1940s by Horace Hagedorn and Otto Stern, who also came up with the distinctive packaging and name, which are still in use today. From here, it has become a household staple in the fertilizer market, beloved of horticulturalists around the world.
Final Thoughts on Using MiracleGro When Growing Marijuana
One of the greatest pleasures in the world of marijuana is growing your own plant. Starting with just a bunch of seed or a clipping and nurturing it right through to the flowering stage gives a joy that can’t quite be replicated any other way. The resulting crops most definitely smell and taste that little bit better as a result of your hard work. Who knows, perhaps they even get you a little higher, too.
MG potting mix is fine for growing. If you are used to it you will not like their MG moisture control soil. Water seems to run right off.
WARNING — I have twice lost seedlings because the emerging plant got trapped in the soil by a large chunk of wood in the potting mix.
I run the MG potting mix through a screen that filters out the larger chunks of wood in the soil. Also, twice in 2 years I have had some kind of vine-looking
thing growing in my pot along with the bean. Something that came in the soil and grew. Watch for that. I sent a note telling the MG people and they sent me a check for $10.24.