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What Organic Nutrients Line Do You Fellow Growers Prefer?

Discussion in 'Organic Soil' started by Northernpop, Nov 22, 2018.

  1. Hiya guys,

    Just wondered what organic nutrients line you growers currently prefer....... without causing a fight ?!!

    Biobizz, plant manic, and growth technology are all cheap here.

    Or..... could I just add, say 1/3 perlite, seaweed meal, bioheard cultures, and azomite to Plagron Royalmix, and just water (baring a PK boost near the end)?


    Cheers, and happy growing !!
     
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  2. Biobizz, SLF100 and Down to earth on my last crop, and was very happy with the results.
     
  3. JWM2

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    Primordial Solutions or Biobizz. Both work great.
     
  4. Here is the results. Some Tangie and Cream from Exotics Genetics.
     
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  5. Fox Farm and Recharge.
     
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  6. Mr Bee

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    for organic bottled nutes i just use bio bizz coz its cheap but effective.i don't use bio bizz soil though.i hate theyr soil.it retains far too much water.
     
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  7. hawkman

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    Humbolt County Own - top dressing - terpinator - kelp - liquid gold - super tea - budswell -great white -cal-mag - bloom kahaos -fish shit - silver bullet - sonic bloom
     
  8. Whats the best for finishing flower stages for bud size and density? I'm in week 2 of flower and need to figure out my final nutes before a flush.
     
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  9. hawkman

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    Just plain old water - flushing agents are money grabbers =- a 2 week flush ! for bud density you need to feed extra P & K in weeks 3-6
     
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  13. Though I don't agree with chemical stripping of the soil, water alone will not effectively flush all all excess nutes from the soil nor will it break up certain types of nutrient locks. A flushing agent is required for these. I recommend Fox Farm Sledge Hammer. It's inexpensive and uses saponin, a natural yucca extract, and a small bottle goes a long way.
     
  14. Elevated

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    I won emerald cup 2 years ago for highest terpenes using microbial called Soil Balance pro! Absolutely Max's out frost and nose of your flowers. I've been just running Cann Ag A and B which is super inexpensive as well with yucca, cal mag, silica and kelp
     
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  15. Have to ask what certain types of lockouts water alone won’t clear the roots of?
     
  16. JWM2

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    Imo with organic ferts flushing isn’t really required. But that’s me.

    I feed mine straight water the last two weeks or so to use up the remaining ferts in the soil that I’ve paid for. Otherwise you’re just throwing money away.

    If you want to flush with an agent then feel free. I just don’t see the point of dumping dollar after dollar into the soil.
     
  17. hawkman

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    consider it - thanks
     
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  18. hawkman

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    have use it once - do you "vortex" your mix ? I just bubbled it for 15 minutes before use. Up to now only Mammonth the product now soil balance. was going to get Mammoth but changed - now have some Massive Bloom which has triacontanoil (this is brewed alfal (misspelled). There has been some talk about PGR (plant growth regulators) that are bad for you and triacontaoil is the natural one - seen side by sides impressed with results, Three was a post some time ago on triacontanoil" thoughts ??
     
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  19. Rootbound

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    Pretty hefty price tag for soil balance at $1.00 per gram. This would cost me more than what i pay for nutrients for the whole flower stage. What rates do you use and how often?
    The free sample is not an option because there is no grow stores around here to ship it to.
     
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  20. hawkman

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    Generally

    weeks 1-2 are early flower
    weeks 3-4 are middle flower
    weeks 5-6 is later flower
    Late flower times will vary due to strain''s - example I gave is for a 8 week flower (week 7-8 flush)
     
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