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Hey I was hoping anyone could help me out with any past experience using these products (see pic) I have some clones I was given and there doing ok just want to give them some helpful additives, I have them in fox farms ocean forest soil in about 20 gallon pots and been feeding them iguana juice fertilizer (just started actually). Basically wondering if I'm able to use both products or just one will be fine? Any info would be appreciated, thanks!!
 
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ChefLife420

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Can you post the ingredients of the two?

 

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i just use mycorrhizae and i culture my own. using that brand. you can grow it out in medium and then break it up when you transplant from seeds into soil. Ill be doing that shortly in the next few weeks. Had my tub going for 6 weeks now. makes it go forever!
 
BillFarthing

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Azos is nitrogen fixing bacteria. It is typically used for cloning and veg.

Mykos is a general purpose nutrient absorption mycorrhizae. You can top water it in or apply it directly to the roots when transplanting during veg or flower.
 
mysticepipedon

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You won't harm anything by using both, but I Azos might be a waste of time, since Iguana juice has plenty of N.
 
Pushrod Monkey

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Hey I was hoping anyone could help me out with any past experience using these products (see pic) I have some clones I was given and there doing ok just want to give them some helpful additives, I have them in fox farms ocean forest soil in about 20 gallon pots and been feeding them iguana juice fertilizer (just started actually). Basically wondering if I'm able to use both products or just one will be fine? Any info would be appreciated, thanks!!
Mykos is always with me.
 
Pushrod Monkey

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Does it still help the grow if you don't plan on transplanting again?
Yes it is. It’s a wettable powder. It can be watered in to keep the population up. It’s not a spray in any situation.
 

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