At that price point? No. And, quite frankly, that website truly lacks professionalism and that drives me nuts (I have a background in web development, so that plays a role in my opinions on that). I've never tried KIS Organics water only soil, but if I were to go with a soil like that I would definitely go with KIS. Much better pricing.
 
At that price point? No. And, quite frankly, that website truly lacks professionalism and that drives me nuts (I have a background in web development, so that plays a role in my opinions on that). I've never tried KIS Organics water only soil, but if I were to go with a soil like that I would definitely go with KIS. Much better pricing.
Well at that 'price point' being like 29 dollars, it's still cheaper than nutrients for two plants, (If it works). The price for all required nutrients(mix), would be way over $100 to make this on my own, plus I would have to wait 2 months at least. Besides, I didn't even mention 'price point' yo??
 
Well at that 'price point' being like 29 dollars, it's still cheaper than nutrients for two plants, (If it works). The price for all required nutrients(mix), would be way over $100 to make this on my own, plus I would have to wait 2 months at least. Besides, I didn't even mention 'price point' yo??
You don't have to mention price, I went to the website and I see no soil there for $29. Even more expensive on Amazon. And I don't buy cannabis marketed nutrients, so I am not purchasing overpriced and overhyped nutrients.
 

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At that price point? No. And, quite frankly, that website truly lacks professionalism and that drives me nuts (I have a background in web development, so that plays a role in my opinions on that). I've never tried KIS Organics water only soil, but if I were to go with a soil like that I would definitely go with KIS. Much better pricing.
Well at that 'price point' being like 29 dollars, it's still cheaper than nutrients for two plants, (If it works). Besides, I didn't even mention 'price point' yo??
So, what we using here that will help me in my grow?
 
You don't have to mention price, I went to the website and I see no soil there for $29. Even more expensive on Amazon. And I don't buy cannabis marketed nutrients, so I am not purchasing overpriced and overhyped nutrients.
Well then I guess you can't read very well, or maybe Amazon is just too much for you to negotiate, its $20.50 us (34 with shipping, and I had 5 dollars off coupon, so fucking $29 ok???)for 5lbs of the kind soil on Amazon. Why I have to justify this price is incomprehensible to me. My main point was if it works it will be cheaper then nutrients for two plants. After that I was just asking if anyone had tried it, not 'has anyone refused to try it cause they didn't like the price or just refuse to pay for overpriced or overhyped nutrients?', or their years of web development tell them that the soil must be rotten as the website css is so last year or the version of bootstrap is so last semester. Omg, some of those divs didnt have closing tags, holy crap this old bag of web code isn't even 508 compatible??? The soil must be shit!

Also, you don't buy cannabis marketed nutrients?
I don't know what to say to that? I guess you buy nutrients for tomatoes??? How did you get into this, I was asking if people had tried kindsoil, and what were their results, advice, etc., not inviting a shit show like you to tell me why you don't want it? Please go troll someplace else.
 
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Well them I guess you can't read very well, or maybe Amazon is just too much for you to negotiate, its $20.50 us (34 with shipping, and I had 5 dollars off so fucking $29 ok???)for 5lbs of the kind soil on Amazon. Why I have to justify this price is incomprehensible to me. My main point was if it works it will be cheaper than nutrients for two plants. After that I was just asking if anyone had tried it, not 'has anyone refused to try it cause they didn't like the price or just refuse to pay for overpriced or overhyped nutrients?'.

Also, you don't buy cannabis marketed nutrients?
I don't know what to say to that? I guess you buy nutrients for tomatoes??? How did you get into this, I was asking if people had tried kindsoil, and what were their results, advice, etc., not inviting a shit show like you to tell me why you don't want it? Please go troll someplace else.
Not sure why you’re taking this so personally. But I didn’t realize you were looking at the 5 pound bag (of which the price is cheaper on their website which I was using for pricing). A 5 pound bag is pretty useless to me to be quite honest. And, again, the KIS organics soil is a much better deal if you’re willing to look into it. As far as nutrients it’s important to remember there is really no such thing as tomato fertilizers or cannabis fertilizers. It’s the same source nutrients just in different ratios. I have used many different fertilizers for cannabis but right now I use a custom blend. I also manage numerous greenhouses and you have to understand that fertilizers marketed toward cannabis specifically is anywhere between 2-6 times more expensive than most fertilizers for no real reason other than marketing ploys.
 
Not sure why you’re taking this so personally. But I didn’t realize you were looking at the 5 pound bag (of which the price is cheaper on their website which I was using for pricing). A 5 pound bag is pretty useless to me to be quite honest. And, again, the KIS organics soil is a much better deal if you’re willing to look into it. As far as nutrients it’s important to remember there is really no such thing as tomato fertilizers or cannabis fertilizers. It’s the same source nutrients just in different ratios. I have used many different fertilizers for cannabis but right now I use a custom blend. I also manage numerous greenhouses and you have to understand that fertilizers marketed toward cannabis specifically is anywhere between 2-6 times more expensive than most fertilizers for no real reason other than marketing ploys.
Sorry, thought you were trying to troll me. I wasn't taking it personal. Yeah so I'm new to soil grow, all hydro grows in my past. This was kind of an experiment, and I just wanted to hear about kindsoil. I already bought it and just started using it. I am really to lazy to deal with another grow so this was an experiment. The thing is I know growcaps work, so it's the same concept for a hot soil in my honestly newb opinion. I am only growing 2 soil plants, and 1 5lb bag is all I needed, and way cheaper than what I would spend on hydro nutes. So that's that. I will take a look at this other suggestion you have. I'm just really hoping this kindsoil will work.
 
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