Pro mix potting mix

So I read the whole darn bag when I bought this stuff looking for slow release fert. because I read you don’t want that. No mention of it on package anywhere. However I was just curious right now of what’s in it and went to the Walmart website and was reading about it. In their own description of it they state it has time released fert. to help with bloom bla bla…then I scroll through the reviews and someone states that it in fact does not contain this like they claim and you should add nutes…anybody know for sure?

This stuff

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Anybody? Do I just ride it out and flush if I see a problem at some point? The ladies at this point, ~2 weeks in, doth not protest…I’m already in pots I plan to flower in.

I’m inclined to believe the user comment because, I mean really, who puts free stuff in their product and doesn’t advertise it on the package.

Most ProMix is inert. They make a couple blends that have actual soil, but most is sphagnum, coir, and perlite. There might be some micros in the stuff that makes up the rest of the mix, but not enough to really mention.

i.e. You’ll need nutes.

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Beautiful, thank you!

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Most welcome. I didn’t realize ProMix was inert when I first bought it and the first plant I grew in it suffered for it. Now any time I see ProMix questions pop up I try to check it out so maybe I can save someone else from my mistake. lol

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Thats what makes this place so great! People who help just to help.

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I just want everyone to grow the best plants they can… For them and for me. lol I love looking at bud porn. :wink:

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