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OfflineHongoidelistik

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Noobing with Super Thrive
    #247943 - 07/10/09 04:47 PM (7 years, 4 months ago)

Greetings, I got some seeds and sprout them on 50/50 verm/per mix under some fluorescents some weeks ago. After one month I used 1 drop of S. Thrive in a gal of water just once. So I was wondering if  you can do the whole veg cycle in this mix , or what can you recommend me . Thank you :cool:




It seems that S,Thrive did those here.



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Re: Noobing with Super Thrive [Re: Hongoidelistik]
    #248036 - 07/11/09 12:44 AM (7 years, 4 months ago)

you can...i used to use it at 1 tsp:1 gallon. Then as the plant matured i used 1Tbsp:1 gallon. But ive grown past that. Nowadays i use Fox Farms fert for veg, and Tiger Bloom fert for flowering. Best of luck to you.


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Re: Noobing with Super Thrive [Re: mycomaster_420]
    #248080 - 07/11/09 08:08 AM (7 years, 4 months ago)

1 tsp of superthrive per gallon is ENORMOUS overkill. s-thrive is a VERY concentrated B-vitamin complex and doesn't actually contribute any nutrients to the plant, it merely provides enzymes that encourage nutrient uptake and stress resistance.

And Hongo, that plant needs way more light!


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Re: Noobing with Super Thrive [Re: Harry_Ba11sach]
    #248661 - 07/12/09 10:23 AM (7 years, 4 months ago)

Hmm, i never had a problem using Superthrive....altho it is outdated now, my plants still blossemed like mad....Not as much as the fox farms and tiger bloom tho....


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Re: Noobing with Super Thrive [Re: mycomaster_420]
    #249695 - 07/15/09 03:52 PM (7 years, 4 months ago)

More light, and keep it about 12inches away to slow down that strecthing. That thing is going be as tall as shaq about time harvest comes' with not enough light penetrating through the leaves for bud development.


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Re: Noobing with Super Thrive [Re: mycomaster_420]
    #249698 - 07/15/09 04:03 PM (7 years, 4 months ago)

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Hmm, i never had a problem using Superthrive....altho it is outdated now, my plants still blossemed like mad....Not as much as the fox farms and tiger bloom tho....




But you still can't use it as your only nutrient unless you're growing in very fertile soil. If you're growing hydro a plant will not survive on superthrive alone.


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Re: Noobing with Super Thrive [Re: Harry_Ba11sach]
    #249699 - 07/15/09 04:05 PM (7 years, 4 months ago)

I say if growing hydro "Why even use it"?


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Re: Noobing with Super Thrive [Re: Jeff Funk]
    #249700 - 07/15/09 04:07 PM (7 years, 4 months ago)

because it's a beneficial additive for enzymes and root growth hormones that aren't found in standard fertilizers


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