Right. That’s what I was talking about
Understood. Yes the addition of P_K is required because the soil cannot get it unless it is added through addition of phosphorous/potassium salts or mulched compost.
I’m wondering if I could use the Maxibloom for the entire grow. Sort of like the Lucas formula.
Yes some do. It could also be a solution for many with soil. Microbes, cal/mg and MaxiBloom should provide enough for all grows. In hydro the Cal/mg is not absorbed into the media and is more readily available and so we do not need supplement it unless a plant really shows a cal/mg deficiency. Otherwise it has everything that is needed through the plants entire life cycle.
Please explain. I don’t know if I’m using them or not
Hydroguard is a bacteria (microbe)
Hydroguard contains a unique beneficial bacteria, Bacillus Amyloliquefaciens, selected specifically for its superior ability to enhance the symbiotic relationship between the roots and their surrounding medium. These specialized rhizobacteria, assist in the breakdown of organic materials, and increase nutrient availability.
Yes Drill Sargent
I also like to use (orca) as well as hydroguard…
House should be closing in 2 week’s… cant wait…
Want to see some pics of future flower room?
Gonna get you some pics of old flower room that will be the new vegg room also…
Same company of orca or great white…1/4 the price. Orca has less microbes that either GW or this,product. GW has all the same microbes as this product. Still testing but my plants are very healthy
The reason that I like the orca is because it’s in liquid form…
And I only run neoprene collars with no media , just water and nothing else…
No hydrotone or rockwhool or anything…
I’m also not sure about having nutrients in my beneficials… what your showing has nutrients in it… 3-1-2…
All of the microbes are not stable in liquid form. You must use within 6months if that. Dry powder is stable for years.
I use it too fast to worry about that…
It really doesn’t provide much nutrients. They use those components as a carrier when they dry the formulation…process called granulation…similar to spray drying.
Do you,like orca? Have you done side by side comparison? I just started using the granular, but didn’t set up a side by side comparison.
@peachfuzz Orca has Baccilus amyloliquefaciens already so the two products are redundant but Rocha has much more, but not as much as GW or Granular above
Glomus intraradices – 17 propagules per mL
Glomus mosseae – 17 props per mL
Glomus etunicatum – 17 props per mL
Glomus aggregatum – 17 props per mL
Azotobacter chroococcum – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Bacillus subtilis – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Bacillus licheniformis – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Bacillus azotoformans – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Bacillus megaterium – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Bacillus coagulans – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Bacillus pumilus – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Bacillus thuringiensis – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Bacillus amyloliquefaciens – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Paenibacillus durum – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Paenibacillus polymyxa – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Saccharomyces cerevisiae – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Pseudomonas aureofaciens – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Pseudomonas fluorescens – 24,960 CFU’s per mL
Compare to PS Organics Granular
Mycorrhiza -467,046 (propagules per gram)
Pisolithus tinctorius – 220,000 propagules per gram
Rhizopogon luteolus – 5,500 props per gram
Rhizopogon fulvigleba – 5,500 props per gram
Rhizopogon villosullus – 5,50 props per gram
Rhizopogon amylopogon – 5,500 props per gram
Scleroderma cepa – 11,000 props per gram
Scleroderma citrinum – 11,000 props per gram
Suillus granulatus – 145,000 props per gram
Laccaria bicolor – 29,000 props per gram
Laccaria laccata – 29,000 props per gram
Glomus etunicatum – 9 props per gram
Glomus Intraradices – 9 props per gram
Glomus mosseae – 9 props per gram
Glomus aggregatum – 9 props per gram
Glomus clarum – 2 props per gram
Glomus deserticola – 2 props per gram
Glomus monosporum – 2 props per gram
Gigaspora margarita – 2 props per gram
Paraglomus brazilianum – 2 props per gram
Trichoderma koningii – 400,000 CFU’s per gram
Trichoderma harzianum – 266,800 CFU’s per gram
Bacillus licheniformis – 1,700,000 CFU per gram
Bacillus megaterium – 1,300,000 CFU per gram
Bacillus pumilus – 1,300,000 CFU per gram
Bacillus azotoformans – 1,100,000 CFU per gram
Bacillus coagulans – 1,100,000 CFU per gram
Bacillus thuringiensis – 1,100,000 CFU per gram
Paenibacillus polymyxa – 1,100,000 CFU per gram
Paenibacillus durum – 1,100,000 CFU per gram
Azotobacter chroococcum – 1,100,000 CFU per gram
Saccharomyces cerevisiae – 1,100,000 CFU per gram
Pseudomonas aureofaciens – 1,100,000 CFU per gram
Pseudomonas fluorescens – 1,100,000 CFU per gram
Bacillus amyloliquefaciens – 600,000 CFU per gram
Bacillus subtilis – 175,000 CFU per gram
Heres the future flower room… don’t look like much now… I use it for storage at the moment…
It’s a huge industrial frig… that I can put on a trailer…
Even when its 130 degrees outside it’s only 60 degrees in the freezer …
I will add water and a sink and a mini split just incase…
Man I can’t wait to see what you do with that!!!
Hoarders never know when they will use shit again…they just know they will.