Yup and silica. If you go to their feeding calculator it even breaks the ppm of each nutrient down so you know at a certain ppm you have say X ppm of nitrogen etc.Does it have calcium in it?
What feeding chart did you use? Add any other additives?Check out floraflex, powder 2 part veg and 2 part bloom. I’ve ran it successfully for a bit.
im just trying the canna 2 part plus , i cant speak for it yet. it has cal mag in the coco product lineup. i just wanted to say that i used the pure blend pro only, throughout my crummy heat riddled run, anyway, i dont recommend pure blend pro only as its not as flavourful as when i used pure blend pro bloom only through an entire run, that was tasty.(ier)
Ive been wanting to use dry Nutes, do you have any suggestions on which is best? ThanksWhy 2 part? Imo get away from liquid ferts and move to dry ferts. A lot more cost effective. Liquids need 2 or 3 parts simply because they cannot be mixed as concentrates. I like mega crop but there are plenty of good out out there. Liquid nutes just put everything in 50 different bottles and charge you an arm and a leg for the water and the miracle claims they write on the bottle.
All 2 part base nutes have Ca and Mg in them hence the 2 parts. Even qual 1 parts do most of the time. Take your pic. They all work about the same. Nutes are nutes.
Jacks 3/2, Verti-Gro, Masterblend and Hydro-Gardens are all great 2-part soluble powder nutrients.HGV Nutrients FTW!!! Dude is straight up and really cares about his product and the support he gives shows he cares. If you are thinking about ditching the bottled nutrients give him a call. By far the easiest I have used and has EVERYTHING in it so no boosters or additives needed. You feed the same amount from start to finish
I have found great results using emerald harvest bloom and micro for a 2 part base and adding npk through additives like Moab, phosphorus heavy guano, shine, sugars and microbe boosters for root growth. I pick up the emerald harvest in 6gal jugs 130$ for micro and 100$ for bloom. I also keep a 6 gal jug of general hydroponics micro on hand to switch between the emerald harvest micro by weekly since using different micros seems to work better than the same formula week after week. I have used the bloom and micro base for around 12 years in my home grow and in my recent commercial grow with no issues. Hope with all the good info these guys in here have put up you can get the formula your looking for.
Think mega crop is about $0.031 a gal or something like that. So is jacks
Yeah on a bigger grow it adds up. For me I have a ton but with more of my buddies starting to grow what would have lasted me years is starting to get a dent in it.jebus lol. Wow thats a huge difference. Not a huge deal on a micro scale.
But with a large grow room? wow.
Yes, I've used them quite a bit. They are good for outdoor and won't burn your business. Indoor, they are slow release, so I would recommend a pre-composted super soil and lots of beneficial bacteria/mycorrhizae. If you want to speed them up a bit, LAB or sewer enzymes like Bio-Clean or Rid-X.Has anyone had experience with roots organic dry nutes?