Advanced Growing Technique - The PERFECT nutrient dosing schedule
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The various stages of growth are defined as follows;
- Seedling - First stage of growth, defined by a single set of "baby" leaves.
- Early Growth - First set of "True" leaves.
- Late Growth - Multiple sets of true leaves
- Transition - Buds begin to develop
- Early Bloom - First Flowers bloom
- Mid Bloom - Most flowers are open
- Late Bloom - Multiple fruits growing
- Ripening - Most fruits are a developed
- Finish - A few days pre-harvest
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