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Hey folks, quick question for the community.

Currently running Veg Bloom and was working OG biowar in a coco program. Recently I got sick of brewing the stuff (might go back), and switched to working in Budswell.

I'm told Budswell is very over priced and doesn't have the same integrity as it used to. My question is, is this true? And if so what's a solid alternative?

Thank you!
A. Swift. Fox.
 
Hey folks, quick question for the community.

Currently running Veg Bloom and was working OG biowar in a coco program. Recently I got sick of brewing the stuff (might go back), and switched to working in Budswell.

I'm told Budswell is very over priced and doesn't have the same integrity as it used to. My question is, is this true? And if so what's a solid alternative?

Thank you!
A. Swift. Fox.
Budswel used to be my jam back in the 90's. It is high phosphorus bat guano and earthworm castings. I hate paying for water, but they do the fermenting for you so it is available to the plants. If you think it is overpriced, you could buy the dry mix and ferment it in a tea with your own microbes.
 
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Budswel used to be my jam back in the 90's. It is high phosphorus bat guano and earthworm castings. I hate paying for water, but they do the fermenting for you so it is available to the plants. If you think it is overpriced, you could buy the dry mix and ferment it in a tea with your own microbes.
Ok so allegedly the liquid now "super bat" or w.e its called is NOT a NPK fert. It is a super tea? The NPK on the label of the bottle I have is decimal point not whole numbers.


So even with this NPK ratio listed this is a high phos additive?
 
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