Any input from all growers ; what do you use, I know that there are Fox Farm, Humbolds, Hydronic the list goes on and on. What I would like to find out what growers prefer to use and why. Can or do different brands give better results? thanks just wondering.
At the moment im using the emerald harvest stuff. Switched couple grows ago.
I use their part a and b in both grow and bloom, i add cal mag, king kola, emerald goddess and honey chome as well. So far 5th grow and this is the first with the emerald goddess, its pricey but seems to make a difference. I havent seen a single defficiency in 2 grows now (knock on wood).
I reccomend this line for new growers because how easy they are to use.
I’ve used lots of brands of fertilizers, using Advanced Nutrients pH Perfect Connoisseur line now and very happy with it. Don’t have to mess with pH adjusting is probably it’s greatest selling point, and it does a great job of complete nutrition, never have any problems.
I use Advanced Nutrients pH Perfect nutrients and supplements for my coco grows and Greenleaf Megacrop in conjunction with 3 different Fox Farms soils (2 of which bring their own nutrients) for my soil grows. Time is important to me, so the ease of using Advanced Nutrients is a big advantage.
Good old General Hydroponics although next grow will likely be Jack’s 3-2-1
I’m using Growth Science’s conventional line. It’s a simple and easy to use 5 part system that provides complete nutrition specifically for Cannabis. The people there in Oregon are wonderful, and their customer service is second to none.
I’m using Fox Farms and Xtreme Gardening. I also have a sample bag of Megacrop that I’m very interested in trying.
I started with FFOF and continue to do so.
Biobizz line + bloombastic, organic products
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Thanks for the info that you gave, very informative. thanks this hit for you
I would look into getting Jacks nutrients. Affordable and it works.
Started with Nectar for the Gods from Only Oregon. It worked really well and never had a nute burn issue.
The drawback was you have to blend 6 or more components and not equally, so you wind up having to buy one or two bottles before the others run out. Its just a bit too fiddly for me.
I switched to Megacrop from greenleaf nutrients and have done three grows with them. One bag of dry nutes. I start with 1/2 tsp for my water bottle, (100 oz) and after a few weeks go up to 1 tsp for the 100 oz container. I wind up adding 7 drops of ph up and its good. Im using RO water that tests at 10ppm before mixing. Winds up around 750ppm after. I think there might be systems that produce a little better results but I love the ease of use with Megacrop and its fairly cheap. I use it on all my other garden plants too.
I used Advanced Nutrients ph perfect line in soil. It makes a huge difference and less is more. The ease of mixing these is just wonderful. But even a slight nudge up can be enough to put over. I feed with tap water that sits overnight and with this its drop and forget it. Occasonally I need a few drops of lemon to drop it into the right range but the plants love it so wtf lol. Cannot complain.