Fox Farm Feeding Schedule

Short Guide & Feeding Tables

One of the most well-known and popular cannabis soil brands in the cultivation world; Fox Farm has been kind enough to provide detailed instructions and feeding tables for some of their best-selling and most used products.

These feeding schedules may not be to everyone’s taste but there’s enough FAQ out there on finding a specific Fox Farm feeding schedule that we and many other cannabis growers alike appreciate the effort of Fox Farm for providing these informative schedules for free.

So, we’ve decided to write up a short overview of some of the most popular Fox Farm Feeding schedules in an easy-to-read format and all in one place!

Fox Farm Feeding Schedule
Chapter 1

Fox Farm Soil Feeding Schedule

When transplanting seedlings, use your favorite Fox Farm potting soil. We recommend a two-gallon size or larger and feed up to twice per week with the goal of maintaining pH between 5.6 and 6.8 for nutrient lockout prevention while also reducing stress on plants.

Fox Farm Soil Feeding Schedule

When using coco-based media, it’s important to flush every two weeks during the flowering cycle because coconut retains unwanted salt residue more than peat.

Also, make sure you never mix pure concentrates together when adding water first, and always monitor your plants for signs of stress or irregularities in coloration.

fox-farm-soil-feeding-schedule

Optional Schedule Adjustments

  • To Extend Vegetive Cycle ⇒ Week 4 Should be Repeated
  • To Extend Flowering Cycle ⇒ Week 12 Should be Repeated

Conversion Table

  • 1/4 – Teaspoon = 1.25 mL
  • 1/2 – Teaspoon = 2.5 mL
  • 1 – Teaspoon = 5 mL = 1/3 Tablespoons
  • 2 – Teaspoons = 10 mL = 2/3 Tablespoons
  • 3 – Teaspoons = 15 mL = 1 Tablespoons
Chapter 2

Fox Farm Hydroponic Feeding Schedule

When your cannabis plants are in the flowering stage, reduce the lighting to 12 hours. Try maintaining pH levels of 5.8-6.3 and keep your plants at 65°F – 86°F (18°C – 30°C). In hot environments, water will evaporate faster from transpiration which can lead to high salt concentrations in reservoirs so top off with fresh water as needed.

Fox Farm Hydroponic Feeding Schedule

If you see any signs of stress or color irregularities in your plants, flush out your hydroponic system to remove excess salt build-up. Doing so will improve the root bio-culture and make nutrient absorption more efficient for healthy growth.

Change reservoir water and add fresh nutrients at specified ratios until EC level is back at optimum levels. Add clean fresh water to top off if needed then test again.

fox-farm-hydroponic-feeding-schedule

Optional Schedule Adjustments

  • To Extend Vegetive Cycle ⇒ Week 4 Should be Repeated
  • To Extend Flowering Cycle ⇒ Week 12 Should be Repeated

Conversion Table

  • 1/4 – Teaspoon = 1.25 mL
  • 1/2 – Teaspoon = 2.5 mL
  • 1 – Teaspoon = 5 mL = 1/3 Tablespoons
  • 2 – Teaspoons = 10 mL = 2/3 Tablespoons
  • 3 – Teaspoons = 15 mL = 1 Tablespoons
Chapter 3

Fox Farm Happy Frog Potting Soil Feeding Schedule

For best results, accompany Happy Frog potting soil with Fox Farm fertilizers when transplanting seedlings into larger containers. A two-gallon size or larger is usually recommended at this stage and you should try to maintain a pH level of between 5.6–6.8, this will reduce stress on plants and negate nutrient lockout.

Fox Farm Happy Frog Potting Soil Feeding Schedule

If using coco coir, make sure to flush every two weeks during the flowering cycle. Coco has a tendency to retain salt residue more than peat-based potting soil and this can impact your plant’s health if left untreated.

If you notice any signs of stress or color irregularities in your plants, such as discoloration on leaves or buds with irregular colors, it is time for a soil flushing!

fox-farm-happy-frog-potting-soil-feeding-schedule

Optional Schedule Adjustments

  • To Extend Vegetive Cycle ⇒ Week 4 Should be Repeated
  • To Extend Flowering Cycle ⇒ Week 12 Should be Repeated

Conversion Table

  • 1/4 – Teaspoon = 1.25 mL
  • 1/2 – Teaspoon = 2.5 mL
  • 1 – Teaspoon = 5 mL = 1/3 Tablespoons
  • 2 – Teaspoons = 10 mL = 2/3 Tablespoons
  • 3 – Teaspoons = 15 mL = 1 Tablespoons
Chapter 4

Fox Farm Soils

Most cultivators in the cannabis space have heard of or used Fox Farm products at some point within their grow room. To be honest, the same could be said of your average gardener or hobbyist. Most will have seen or used a Fox Farm product.

Fox Farm are quite prolific with the sheer amount of grow media and nutrients they have on offer. Everything from amendments, nutrients, plant food, soil builders to the many soils they produce.

Fox Farm Soils

If you’re looking for Fox Farm Soil near you or a garden supply store that sells Fox Farm Soil, you should be able to easily find what you’re looking for, as many local garden stores will stock Fox Farm Soils at reasonable prices.

For the soils you can’t find in-store many Fox Farm Soils can be found online from most big retailers and select garden and hydroponic sites. Most ship to the majority of States and come with reasonable shipping costs.

All in, there’s probably a selection of five products Fox Farm produce that fall under the “soil” category. The rest will be soilless mixes, bases, soil builders and conditioners, and amendments such as Fox Farm coco coir, Fox Farm perlite, etc.

The five most popular and highly rated Fox Farm Soil are below –

  1. Fox Farm Ocean Forest Soil
  2. Fox Farm Happy Frog Soil
  3. Fox Farm Strawberry Fields Soil
  4. Fox Farm Salamander Soil
  5. Fox Farms Original Soil Mix

You can click any of the links above to read our reviews on the individual Fox Farm Soil that you’re interested in, or alternatively you can follow this link to check out the full list of best soil for cannabis.

Summary

Fox Farm soil mixes, fertilizers, and plant foods are some of the finest in industry. Their formulas have been tested to ensure quality and consistency but with that being said, to get the very best results when using Fox Farm products, you may want to follow the Fox Farm feeding schedules they provide.

They deliver invaluable information, are easy to read and understand, alongside being very easy for the beginner grower to implement within their own grow room.

Having put the most used feeding schedules all in one place we hope you’ve enjoyed our short guide and that we’ve made your search for that vital feeding info that bit easier!

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