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Farmer656

Colorado

Using molasses to feed macro how much do use per 1000 sq feet

1/13/2021 9:20:57 AM

woods

Topsfield,ma.

FYI Pathogens love sugars. You will be feeding the good and the bad.

1/13/2021 12:00:06 PM

pumpkinpal2

Syracuse, NY

i use plain ol' LIQUID blackstrap molasses from 5-gallon buckets, obtained from an environmental remediation project. unsure of the name or any specifics, but, was free! one quart per 55-gallon barrel of drench water, even just this item once per week per plant (so, on each plant, let's say, (1 quart in 55 gals H2O) X once per plant per week) spinning the barrelful with a broom handle first and adding slowly - gooey but fun to smell and know i'm using it up! believing it to invigorate the worms and such and smells good; not a specific answer, but any info good info---eg

1/13/2021 2:04:44 PM

VTJohn

Jericho Vermont

I use feed grade molasses every time I feed and I feed almost every time I water. Around 2 tablespoons in the easy flow along with other goodies. I prefer to feed small amounts constantly rather than a big amount weekly.

1/13/2021 4:23:13 PM

pumpkinpal2

Syracuse, NY

Must be why your pumpkins are so big and orange! I'm stepping on tippy-toes, here, so I'll just say that it was neat to see discussion in about '04 - '07 maybe about the dosages back then; Search Window = molasses per gallon ...turns out I'm using LESS than the popular amount of 1-2 oz. per gallon @ MY 32 oz. per 55 gallons H20. It's OK, though - I am @ the broken-handled, plastic-quart-measuring-cup-and-takes-5-minutes-to-get-the-stuff-rinsed-off-in-the-barrel stage in life, lol---good thing I'm severely fast on the drums, 'cause it's taken me 20 years to just now realize I can put a hook in the barrel for that measuring cup, lol---later---eric g

1/14/2021 2:12:34 AM

TILIT

Pumpkin Town

FYI Some molasses have a higher sodium content. I have to watch my NA

1/14/2021 8:41:03 PM

LJ

South Dakota

Is it unsulfured molasses? You may have some problems with high sulfur content molasses.

1/15/2021 9:09:26 AM

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