Id like to hear everyones input on what they prefer so i can learn and experiment!
I like to have control over what I put in so I use liquid nutrients and grow in coco
I have tried many grow methods and come back to using Promix. Like @HornHead I can provide exactly what I think the plant needs. That said; growers in soil report a smoother and softer smoke. My experience with that is hydro produces the smoothest for me.
I use soil and earth juice nutes.
You’re going to get a lot of answers…
I use water and dry nuits rdwc
I prefer FFOF cuz itll push u theu veg, fish emuls (organic, grow for veg boosting, bloom for flowering), a dash of megacrop. And Recharge (for a sick microbe herd, essential for organic growing)
It depends play with them all see what you like better. I started with soil and synthetic nutes but I’ve just switched to coco and organic dry amendments and it’s much easier. Just ph and add cal mag (planning on working another way to add this so can divert from synthetics completely). It’s cheap easy and quick. Your setup to lose a bit of yield vs synthetic but I think the end product is better quality.
If I grew outside I would definitely do super soil. Expensive comparatively so would want greater yield. Also a lot more bags of soil and amendments sitting around so would want to be legal.
just to chime in… for my first grow i went with coco to avoid the most common rookie mistake of overwatering, and went with synthetic advanced nutrient Ph perfect nutes to cut down on ph operator errors. i’ll just say that it’s a lot of extra work and it’s expensive.
my next grow is going to be Kind soil. if i can get a second tent up i’ll experiment with coco and dry time-release organic fertilizer. i don’t want to have to water to overflow anymore but these methods mean needing filtered water.
each method has it’s own logistic challenges, so it’s good to examine your space and what you’re capable of handling easily.
Can you mix both?
I meen 1 week use compost thé and 1 week later use HESI nutes in your soil whid worm and qlöver?