Has anyone used this ? have use this the last year and have seen increased yields, terpens and essential oils. It’s a fourm of “triacontanol” which can be made from alfalfa meal, humic acid and emenzynes, It’s a provened organic plant growth stimulator. Here is another organic growth stimulator called “REV” it’s a organic growth stimulator made from humic acid compounds ( just received a sample of) (if youwant to make it (triacontanol) you can get the stuff from 'Build-a-Soil" they also have a video on how to make it
Is that plant food for hydro? I personally have never heard of either one. Sorry!
can use in any growing medium hydro, coco, soil ,ect they are both liquid . At REV get a sample bottle (4oz) for $5.00 shipping . but don’t try to get another sample - will not let you it another organic plant stimulator. these are not nutrients !!
Create another email for another free sample lol. Use the wifes email kids ect. Good luck. Hooe it works. I just picked up fish sh!t to try out. I sure hooe it works better than it smells lol. Smells like dookie in a bottle after and all egg diet
samples bottle of fish shit is $5.00
Try that supposed to work great especially on autos i hear. Just started using it so idk yet. Color is beautiful green tho no recharge used yet so its gotta be fish poop
Light makes the green not so green but it is a beautiful green ill get loghts off pics later on.
Yea ! massivve bloom is used only in flower and REV you can use now; here is the auto grow cycle:
Veg stage : weeks 1-3
Flower stage : week 4-10
REV use once a week (7-10 days)
I use jacks 321 jacks bloom calmag bud ignitor big bud bud candy tribus flower fuel floraliscious plus bio root great white recharge fish sh!t humic acid kelp extract
have use all the advance nutrient and re-charge you mentioned but he others I have not, Hey check out Myo Chum (Plant Revalations) it’s just like re-charge but has molasses in it and it is liquid as were re-charde is a powder, Have use both both are very good buy I like Myco Chum because of the molasses, fish hydrolysate, liquid kelp and humic acids