Starting 3rd go, looking for nute recommendations

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Gurtgurt

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Hello slackers,

I'm about to complete my 2nd grow ever. I've been using the FF Trio based on the 'growweedeasy.com' guide. But now I'm thinking I was a sucker for fancy packaging.

I'm willing to try out some new stuff but it's too vague of a search term to find an all in one.

I'm not ready to go full additives all the time or spend a whole lot. I'd prefer just a couple bottles, but I think I'm ready to go past the FF trio.

My next run will be 4 plants in 4x4, 3 gal pots, in new soil.

(After that I'm going to try coco).

Thank you for your input.

Did you know that the word testify derives from testicle? In ancient times, if you swore and oath you would do so while cupping the master's balls. It's true!
 
MichiganHooligan

MichiganHooligan

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I personally stand by the FF Trio myself. I've had great results with it so far and very little problems.

I'm currently pumping my Banana Milks with 15ml/gal of Grow Big and 60ml/gal of Big Bloom. This is full strength about every four days right now.

You just have to dial the nutes in slowly to see how the plants handle em.
 
SofaKingHigh

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I personally stand by the FF Trio myself. I've had great results with it so far and very little problems.

I'm currently pumping my Banana Milks with 15ml/gal of Grow Big and 60ml/gal of Big Bloom. This is full strength about every four days right now.

You just have to dial the nutes in slowly to see how the plants handle em.
Are you in soil or coco? Just curious cause I like FF trio in soil but I think in coco there are better options
 
Dothraki

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Hello slackers,

I'm about to complete my 2nd grow ever. I've been using the FF Trio based on the 'growweedeasy.com' guide. But now I'm thinking I was a sucker for fancy packaging.

I'm willing to try out some new stuff but it's too vague of a search term to find an all in one.

I'm not ready to go full additives all the time or spend a whole lot. I'd prefer just a couple bottles, but I think I'm ready to go past the FF trio.

My next run will be 4 plants in 4x4, 3 gal pots, in new soil.

(After that I'm going to try coco).

Thank you for your input.

Did you know that the word testify derives from testicle? In ancient times, if you swore and oath you would do so while cupping the master's balls. It's true!
I’m on my first grow, in coco, with a 1 part nutrient that stays 5ml per liter of water (tap water) from seed to harvest. PH buffered so no PH pen needed, no other additives or nutrients needed.

Full disclosure this is my very first grow and I can only vouch for how far I’ve gone so far (2 1/2 weeks) but other members have had great results. Customer support is AWESOME too!! Takes a lot to impress me as far as customer support lol. It’s called “Mantis Buffered Nutrients” and they are based out of Canada. 1 solution, 1 measurement, no PH adjusting, no additional anything. Seed to harvest. That sold me. Come check out my “first grow journal“ if interested. Also, no flush. Ever.
 
BirdLaw86

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Natures pride. Im using their flower bloom but they have both a veg and a flower nute and I can tell you personally that once i added the flower bloom my lil lady went bonkers. Im using the flower bloom with terpinator. Ive dialed back the recommended dose since its in combo with the natures pride and its going great for my 1st grow. Look into both and maybe give em a shot. If ya do the natures pride get both the veg and the flower...fyi these are dry amendments, the terpinator is liquid but both supps are all organic.

Also coco can be kinda tricky as far as ph goes, it can be more acidic and also needs alot more attention. Imo stay in soil bc thats what you know. Learn more and gain more experience before moving on to more complicated stuff....idk thats just my thought.
 
FrankWhite41

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Honestly I haven't experienced any cons. Only pros. Better flavor, better smells, easier management, less costly, healthier plants. They only uptake what they need. They aren't being force fed with chemicals and toxic pgrs. All that designer cannabis you see from the big names is filled with pgrs and toxic bs. Honestly you can grow better bud with good soil, that is clean. Don't waste your time gaining experience growing with expensive bottles and salts and invest your time in experience with good soil and your product will be better then any hype brand there is.
 
growsince79

growsince79

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Hello slackers,

I'm about to complete my 2nd grow ever. I've been using the FF Trio based on the 'growweedeasy.com' guide. But now I'm thinking I was a sucker for fancy packaging.

I'm willing to try out some new stuff but it's too vague of a search term to find an all in one.

I'm not ready to go full additives all the time or spend a whole lot. I'd prefer just a couple bottles, but I think I'm ready to go past the FF trio.

My next run will be 4 plants in 4x4, 3 gal pots, in new soil.

(After that I'm going to try coco).

Thank you for your input.

Did you know that the word testify derives from testicle? In ancient times, if you swore and oath you would do so while cupping the master's balls. It's true!
I've used FF in the past- with and without big bloom. It worked good, but I don't see any need for the big bloom. Grow big and tiger bloom works.
 
Dothraki

Dothraki

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Honestly I haven't experienced any cons. Only pros. Better flavor, better smells, easier management, less costly, healthier plants. They only uptake what they need. They aren't being force fed with chemicals and toxic pgrs. All that designer cannabis you see from the big names is filled with pgrs and toxic bs. Honestly you can grow better bud with good soil, that is clean. Don't waste your time gaining experience growing with expensive bottles and salts and invest your time in experience with good soil and your product will be better then any hype brand there is.
That’s exactly why I’m intrigued by organic and living soil...but my location might attract pests, in a basement.
 
FrankWhite41

FrankWhite41

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That’s exactly why I’m intrigued by organic and living soil...but my location might attract pests, in a basement.
I'm in a basement also. Been growing in basements for 22 years. Never once had any bugs. Just keep it clean, don't let pets in, don't do yard work then go in your grow area, don't take clones from unknowns, or quarantine them elsewhere. If your just looking for good organic nutes look into biobizz.
 

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