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veg+bloom, 1 part powder in socal tap

Discussion in 'Nutrients and Fertilizers' started by ill eagle, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. ill eagle

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    Just sharing my results from my current run with veg+bloom 1 part powder. I run this blend from clone to full fruit. so easy it's ridiculous. I am paying around $100 in nutes to run a 6kw hydro setup, rockwool, ebb and flow. The hardwater version drops my ph to around 5.8 and my water is HARD. These were all grown in tap which started out around 450ppm. After mixing nutes I am usually around 1450ppm...... these are on 7 weeks today[​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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  2. what brand? you have a link?
     
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    the web address on the back of the package is www.hydroponic-research.com
    i was hooked up with samples of the product through my local shop. it's super concentrated so I only use a teaspoon per gallon and the frost piles on. a pound of this shit makes over a hundred gallons. :party0044:
     
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  4. The nugs look frosty
     
  5. Nice! What is the NPK on that nutrient?

    Cheers!
     
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    it says 16-10-30. The rep I have gotten samples from also points out that it has 6+% magnesium and 18+% calcium with a trace of added silica and amino acids and a good percentage of sulfur. dissolves super clean. I'll get some pics this weekend, the frost is getting sticky and sweet:animbong:
     
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  7. Nice, thank you!
     
  8. How many grams per gallon are you using?

    Re-read and see that you only use 1 teaspoon per gallon
     
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    yeah, about a teaspoon. In veg I use around 3/4 teaspoon or so.. I have my next batch of clones in veg ready to replace the above flowers... really sweet to not have to switch products for different phases of growth. here they are on veg+bloom after 2 weeks out of dome under t5s[​IMG][​IMG]
     
  10. They look great. Is this the same nutes you used on your UC runs?
     
  11. ya i've recently switched to the gh powder after playing with it outdoors this summer. getting the same kind of sugary denseness. i never would have guessed.
     
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    ya, but i'm in wool this round. put the UC away for a while, like the passive plan with rockwool flood and drain


    justsomeguy- for sure. easy is better
     
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  13. Thanks man. I'm going to pick some up and maybe give it a try.
    :animbong:
     
  14. Has anyone compared this to Jack's Hydroponic Formula?
     
  15. ^^^^^^^
    Thats what I am planning to do
     
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    I ran Jack's a couple of years ago and had some issues.For one when I called for technical support the lady asked me if I was growing marijuana, not cool. She pointed out they are in a non mmj state, kinda scary. Another thing I noticed is with jack's you have to add several things to complete your reservoir where with veg+bloom it is all in the bag. jacks is also more of a granular chunky consistency where veg+bloom is a fluffy powder. it dissolves a lot faster than jack's. I prefer the one and done, clean routine.
     
  17. Thanks!

    I spoke to two techs for the Veg+Bloom formula and they are sending us samples for testing and evaluation. Very nice and professional folks I must say.


    +Rep
     
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    ^right on


    me and a buddies room running the Veg+Bloom, killing it in tap water
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    blowin up
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  20. Looks great. What strain is that and what day flowering is it?
    Thanks
    :animbong: