Mix organic with inorganic?

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BillFarthing

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Organic hydroponics is pretty fascinating. Just do a search for "bioponics" for more information.

That said, the smells involved with bioponics range from baby diapers to straight up retirement home dookie. Yes, you can use organic inputs in hydro. If used indoors, it may cause someone to have to visit the bathroom to check their draws.
 
ru knuts

ru knuts

Organic hydroponics is pretty fascinating. Just do a search for "bioponics" for more information.

That said, the smells involved with bioponics range from baby diapers to straight up retirement home dookie. Yes, you can use organic inputs in hydro. If used indoors, it may cause someone to have to visit the bathroom to check their draws.
Thank You. My garden in an out building, so the smell won't be an issue. I just want to give the girls what they want.
 
Dr nugs

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I also use gh flora series. Hydroguard will make a Hugh difference. I use it from the beginning to the last week before flush. 15 mls to a gal. In my 5 gallon cloner I use 3 ounce to five gal. And if I start to notice something starting to grow in the water I up it to 6 ounce for 2 cycles and it’s back to super clean water. I run my plants in promix. So I paired roots organic dry line and the results were phenomenal. Half synthetic to provide food right away. And half organic for long term and a difference source of the nutrition. The quality of the bud went way up.
 
ru knuts

ru knuts

They are pretty, hope mine turn out that nice. There was a discussion about Hydroguard and Southern AG a couple years back. I went with the AG. Been using it for 3 weeks now. My rez temp is sometimes near 75f. I'm doing ebb and flow in leca so I can't inspect my roots. The girls don't seem to mind it and other than my water being light brown I don't see anything to be concerned when I change the water. Hopefully it stays that way.
I dilute the Southern AG 1 part to 20 parts water than I use 1 mil per gallon of that solution, as the temperature gets warmer I may have to up that.
 
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