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What Nutrients Are You Running?

What are you running these days? Soil? Hydro? Are you using powders, solubles, liquids?

Why is your nutrient line the best?

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I am using fully amended coco, drain to waste, and Dakine 420 powder nutrients with Mammoth P. I have tried many lines and this one not only performs the best but it is the cleanest that I have ever seen. No more plugged lines or cleaning reservoirs. 100% soluble which everyone claims but rarely can pull off. Only using 2 parts at a time gives me time to pay attention to the plants instead of always mixing up nute’s plus more time with the fam. Plus it is easy on the pocket book. I was done buying 12 parts to get a complete line. A must try!

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Similar experience to jerid420. No more multiple large jugs of nutes and simple two step powder. Using Veg + Bloom powder and grodan blocks

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HGV Nutrients in riococo and rockwool. Dry, 100% soluble. Base formula all the way through mixed with growth formula during veg and then flowering formula when the light cycle changes. The growth formula and flowering formula are a direct switch using the same grams per gallon which really simplifies mixing.

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Ive actually been doing a comparison of a few over the last few months. I started with botanicare products. Since then I have completed runs with AN, Mega crop, and emerald harvest, i found botanicare gave me the best all around results. Taste,weight and potency. AN didn’t do as well in any category when compared to the rest. Im not knocking them as the guy who taught me uses them for his personal but uses a more cost effective means at work. Emerald harvest was a great final product but was a bit light on the count. Mega crop was the most cost effective means of nutrition but again was a bit light in the yield. Anyone else has recommendations? I would love to hear from people such as yourselves who are in the know. I am currently researching into all avenues of large scale production as i am currently in the process of acquiring a commercial license from health canada. Doing all i can to check and double check that everything has been researched and verified as best as can be. Nutrient selection is obviously a very important aspect of that research. Thank you

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Try some Dakine 420 nutrients. You won’t be disappointed!

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@cleangrow Nutrients. Check us out on IG @cleangrow

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Veg + Bloom now bout to do a side by side soon with dekine 420. I will let the community know by posting results when it all gets done.

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Right on! Can’t wait to see the results!

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Been making my own nutrient formulations for years from basic mineral salts. Look at the labels of any non-organic fertilizer product and you will see every plant nutrient that is in the formulation. What you won’t see are typically PGR’s (hormones) that are not required to be disclosed. If you see names like: Calcium Nitrate, Mono-ammonium phosphate, Mono-potassium phosphate, Magnesium Sulfate, Potassium Nitrate, etc. these can all be bought very cheaply and formulated yourself. Go to www.scienceinhydroponics.com for a primer and a great (free) calculator. Let me know if you have any questions I might be able to help with. I’ve grown thousands of healthy plants this way and it is exactly what is in the Veg + Bloom line and all other non-organic nutrient lines whether powder or liquid.

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just curious how you’re amending your coco?

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How did the test go?

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