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Re: Advanced Nutrients [Re: FurrowedBrow]
    #318110 - 11/18/09 08:17 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

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koons failed botany i heard.  i mean, look at his girl in his sig/avatar.  Anyway, I've done two grows now and used GH Floranova series for both.  I used a few supplements (gravity on the second grow) but nothing too much.  What's the advantage of using the three part system rather than the one?  Like HB said, it adjusts the water for ya and i really like that.  I'm not sure if he was referring to the fn series though.




I've got a near perfect gpa, thank you very much :P

I've used the Flora series, going to try out Floranova soon I already bought the bottles. It's super concentrated and basically 8micro/16bloom = 8floranova bloom. It has added humic acid and you need to shake the fuck out of it. Already I believe I'll like the Flora series more even though it's 3 x as expensive.


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Re: Advanced Nutrients [Re: captain.koons]
    #318184 - 11/18/09 09:25 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

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koons failed botany i heard.  i mean, look at his girl in his sig/avatar.  Anyway, I've done two grows now and used GH Floranova series for both.  I used a few supplements (gravity on the second grow) but nothing too much.  What's the advantage of using the three part system rather than the one?  Like HB said, it adjusts the water for ya and i really like that.  I'm not sure if he was referring to the fn series though.




I've got a near perfect gpa, thank you very much :P






Good to hear!  You know i was jk bout that and your sig.  Yeah, i think the thing i dislike the most about them is the way they gunk all your shit up.  I spent way too much time cleaning all the hoses and containers during my rez changes.  Didn't have any problems shaking the shit out of those bottles though.


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Re: Advanced Nutrients [Re: FurrowedBrow]
    #318290 - 11/18/09 11:55 PM (10 years, 4 months ago)

Ok guys just so we all know, ALL THE COMPANIES ARE GEARING TOWARD THE CANNABIS PLANT. Simply put there just isn't enough tomato, flower, veggie, fruit growers using hydroponics indoors to have enough business for all the companies to have sell their products.

How many of you have seen a large or for that matter small garden grown indoors hydro or soil under MH or HPS lights at a regular persons house that doesn't have cannabis in it? In my life I've seen 2. People just don't wanna be indoor pumpkin growers.

Now GH, Advanced, Canna, Botanicare, yadda yadda yadda are huge multi million dollar companies and they know this also. So since the majority of the products that they sell are sold to people growing cannabis that is who they are gonna cater to whether they want to say it or not.

:wink::wink::wink::wink::wink::wink::wink::wink::wink::wink::wink:


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Re: Advanced Nutrients [Re: Harry_Ba11sach]
    #328844 - 12/09/09 12:47 PM (10 years, 3 months ago)

from my experience, once you tinker with the Advanced Nutrients amounts, you can count on the pH staying steady.  it's all about getting dialed in to what your plants want and need, then you're set to go.

at least, this has been my experience.  i rarely have to check my pH these days now that I have the organics in place, but I still check anyway beacuse I'm a little paranoid that way...:wink:

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Re: Advanced Nutrients [Re: motherhugger]
    #328856 - 12/09/09 01:17 PM (10 years, 3 months ago)

Lol this is only my 2nd grow where I even checked PH... :lol:

Must have been fairly alright or my bagseed plants were heartier than shit, because my tap water is 8.4 and that's what I was using.

This grow i'm actually adjusting the PH, and I haven't noticed too much of a difference except flatter, less ridges on the leaves, so they appear slightly healthier.


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Re: Advanced Nutrients [Re: Magash]
    #328924 - 12/09/09 04:59 PM (10 years, 3 months ago)

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Magash said:
Ok guys just so we all know, ALL THE COMPANIES ARE GEARING TOWARD THE CANNABIS PLANT. Simply put there just isn't enough tomato, flower, veggie, fruit growers using hydroponics indoors to have enough business for all the companies to have sell their products.

How many of you have seen a large or for that matter small garden grown indoors hydro or soil under MH or HPS lights at a regular persons house that doesn't have cannabis in it? In my life I've seen 2. People just don't wanna be indoor pumpkin growers.

Now GH, Advanced, Canna, Botanicare, yadda yadda yadda are huge multi million dollar companies and they know this also. So since the majority of the products that they sell are sold to people growing cannabis that is who they are gonna cater to whether they want to say it or not.

:wink:;);););););););););)




That may be true, but there's something to be said for the company that not only caters to cannabis growers, but stands up for them as well by not lying about what they're for.

I respect what Advanced Nutrients is doing to push for legalization.


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Re: Advanced Nutrients [Re: knowboddy]
    #328950 - 12/09/09 06:44 PM (10 years, 3 months ago)

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Already I believe I'll like the Flora series more even though it's 3 x as expensive.




I'm going through my first grow using this line as well.  Seemed to the be the most popular choice for hempy growing.  So far I like it, I guess I don't have to deal with the problems you guys do though because I hand water.  It is really goopy, but it dissolves pretty easily in a one gallon jug.  The plants aren't complaining either.

I guess I'll save my final verdict until after the buds are dried and cured :wink:


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Re: Advanced Nutrients [Re: coda]
    #329134 - 12/09/09 09:25 PM (10 years, 3 months ago)

Flora or flora nova?


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Re: Advanced Nutrients [Re: captain.koons]
    #329241 - 12/10/09 06:38 AM (10 years, 3 months ago)

Flora Nova


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