The same old horse. Id love to see the stock report posted somewhere. Average costs for common supplies with respect to the owner of this site, as he has opened his or her doors for us to enjoy this site free. So respect that, its just common courtesy.
Simply put. Avg. Price for jack nutes 321 is 5.00 qt. No clue or we new peeps wouldn’t beat that horse by asking cheapest price.
Avg price on clothe bags 1.99 for 2 gal.
Example, hlg light distributor, beat hlg price by 60.00.
Found my light at rightbud. Turned out, 4days, discreet
Just a thought, who doesn’t like sale ads. And a push in the right direction helps.
Well - I see where you’re coming from and there is no lack of commercially sponsored weed forums on the net. ILGM is a different kind of place. Here you aren’t bombarded by numerous ads that may or may not be good products depending on how deep their pockets are.
Would it be nice if they could form maybe 1 or 2 “partnerships” with a couple of select sellers? Yeah - that would be cool, but I don’t see it happening. Especially with a nutrient line as ILGM has their own branded nutes available. Lights and maybe exhaust would be a different story.
But you need only toss a rock to have it bounce off 100 opinions and pitches on both in the forum. It’s no secret HLG, AC Infinity, and Jacks are the preferred items among MANY - not all - growers here.
I say keep it ad free and about growers sharing knowledge with growers!
And not more blatant commercialism.
Hear you there. When I can, my preference is to buy from local stores. Hard to avoid big box but I try if it works out. GrowGreenMi is often referred to as a reputable source for grow supplies. I buy a lot from HTG Supply. Order on Monday and at my doorstep Wed or Thursday with regular shipping. 247 Gardens is hard to beat price wise and there fabric pots are solid.
The cost of shipping heavy bags of dirt is nuts. Before I switched to coco I bought bags of fox farm from Farm & Fleet. Fleet Farm carries different brands. What ever it is, try to avoid time release nutrients. Many growers around here make there own using compost and and or supplement with Earth Dust from The green sunshine Co. Another good seller is Build-A-Soil.
Do what you are doing. Ask the what and how and people will share their experiences.
No. It is dry nutrient package that includes mycorrhizal and bacteria’s to make a living soil and I believe some nutrients. This base is mixed into your soil and allowed to age /cook for a couple weeks. This allows the organisms to become established and start breaking down the soil. Then a bloom booster is added at the beginning of flower. The two parts carries you through the entire grow. You can search the forum for earth dust to find some growers using it. One I know of and follow is MeEasy
You can see and read more about it at The Greensunshine Co.