Dear Dan, Is Miracle-Gro a good source of nutrients to vegetate my plants with? And is it one gallon of mixed nutrients per plant? – Timothy M.
No, I wouldn’t recommend using Miracle-Gro to grow marijuana, or anything else. Not only is it derived from chemicals formulated in a laboratory, that laboratory happens to be the same one that brought us Monsanto, Scott’s, Roundup, Ortho and just about any other toxic chemical sludge they can derive. These are the same loathsome people genetically modifying and patenting seeds. Plants don’t need these poisons and neither does our environment. A Google search is all you need to discover the numerous crimes against humanity and our planet committed by these companies.
Instead, get yourself some nutrients made from natural ingredients such as kelp (seaweed), bat and seabird guanos, liquid fish or any of the other plentiful ways to feed your plants a proper diet of easily accessible food. The closer we get back to nature, the better our pot will taste and burn, and the planet will be much better off as well.
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