Don’t kill the magic!

Watering your plants with water that has additives like chlorine and chloramine, can kill our Minerals, Microbes, and Magic™. It’s important to invest in clean water.
We recommend reverse osmosis (RO) or filtered water.

Watering for Maximum Root Health

Generally speaking, we try to let the containers go dry between waterings/drenches in the vegetative cycle of the plant.

By 'completely dry', we mean that the first physical signs of wilting are present. These may include droopy leaves, loss of turgor, noticeably lighter containers, etc.

5 Internodes

This plant has wilting leaves.
Lift it’s container to see if it feels light.
If so, it’s ready to be watered.

When the containers are dry as described, do this:

dunking

  1. Prepare a tub/bucket of water such that when you submerge a dry container from above, the water level rises to at least 3/4ths up level of the soil. If using a drench, mix it TWICE AS STRONG AS NORMAL.

  2. Submerge the containers and let them soak and wick up the drench for 5 minutes or so. When removing the containers from the soaking bucket/tub, tilt them to drain as much liquid out as possible.

The pressure of submerging in this way draws air in from above which the plants absolutely love. This method will result in stronger stems, robust roots, shorter internodal spacings, and better leaf to calyx ratios. 

In other words: Good weed.