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Technaflora Nutes question!
    #715910 - 02/17/14 06:50 PM (2 years, 9 months ago)

Hey guys! Quick question....This may sound silly, but I received a complete "recipe for success" starter kit by technaflora from a FOAF to help with my upcoming projects. The bottles of B.C. grow, B.C. boost, and B.C. bloom all only say "hydroponic nutrients" but the bottles of root 66, sugar daddy, thrive alive, magical, and awesome blossom all have "soil/soiless/hydro" instructions, as does the feeding chart. My question is, if I use these for a soil grow, will they work? I know hydro nutes don't work in soil. I really don't want to kill my expensive genetics because I was too thrifty to buy the right nutes.

Thanks for reading! hope someone can help.


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Re: Technaflora Nutes question! [Re: weezy420]
    #715937 - 02/17/14 09:09 PM (2 years, 9 months ago)

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weezy420 said:
Hey guys! Quick question....This may sound silly, but I received a complete "recipe for success" starter kit by technaflora from a FOAF to help with my upcoming projects. The bottles of B.C. grow, B.C. boost, and B.C. bloom all only say "hydroponic nutrients" but the bottles of root 66, sugar daddy, thrive alive, magical, and awesome blossom all have "soil/soiless/hydro" instructions, as does the feeding chart. My question is, if I use these for a soil grow, will they work? I know hydro nutes don't work in soil. I really don't want to kill my expensive genetics because I was too thrifty to buy the right nutes.

Thanks for reading! hope someone can help.




Yes they will work. There is no such thing as a purely hydroponic nutrient. They may label it as such but they all work fine in soil.

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Re: Technaflora Nutes question! [Re: weezy420]
    #715938 - 02/17/14 09:10 PM (2 years, 9 months ago)

i would say the best bet is to call the company ask them. Because if it is do able in soil for all we know u might have to use less or more ml per a gallon and they would know the best way.


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Re: Technaflora Nutes question! [Re: Mrshroom]
    #715953 - 02/18/14 12:03 AM (2 years, 9 months ago)

aweeeee yeah:awehigh:

thanks you guys!


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Re: Technaflora Nutes question! [Re: weezy420]
    #715954 - 02/18/14 12:16 AM (2 years, 9 months ago)

I wouldn't even worry about calling the company, as long as you are using a PPM/EC meter to monitor.


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Re: Technaflora Nutes question! [Re: Hawksresurrection]
    #715958 - 02/18/14 01:07 AM (2 years, 9 months ago)

Absolutley. I'm so fucking excited to get this show on the road. what kind do you use? I used to have an EC meter IIRC but it was a cheap POS


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Re: Technaflora Nutes question! [Re: weezy420]
    #715961 - 02/18/14 01:42 AM (2 years, 9 months ago)

I use a hannah PPM reader.  I started out using PPM, so never bothered with the EC meters.


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