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OfflineReap911
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Aeroponics vs Organic
    #811478 - 04/22/16 12:42 AM (7 months, 16 days ago)

Hi Guys,

So I am preparing for my first growth and was hoping I could get some direction in which option I should be looking into... I have done research on organic growth but have been told by an experienced grower that this style has nothing on aeroponic growth systems?

If I am looking for quicker growth and larger buds, is aeroponics the way forward or could I get the same results with organic growing?

I know that there are many different elements that go into a grow but I would like to just hear from you guys how you feel about the two?

I know as a bigger it might be best to start off using the easier option but I am a quick learner and have grown before, outdoor though, but  have a good idea about marijuana growth and I have you guys to help me...


Please any suggestions would be great...


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Re: Aeroponics vs Organic [Re: Reap911]
    #811490 - 04/22/16 04:07 AM (7 months, 15 days ago)

I started with organic soil mix for my first indoor grow but changed to Hydroponics a couple weeks in after seeing them side by side Aero is supposedly way better but hydro seems alot easier to throw together without having to order stuff or going to special grow stores... it is my first indoor so I don't have alot of experience but I am keeping a grow log and there is some great info in the replies hope that helps


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Re: Aeroponics vs Organic [Re: Baron_Samedi]
    #811491 - 04/22/16 07:51 AM (7 months, 15 days ago)

Aeroponic is a form of hydroponic growing. Ebb n flow is also a form of hydroponic growing. Aeroponic is a style where the water is super aerated with air bubbles.

Yes, aeropnic style growing has explosive growth. I used to run an aeroflo system. Absolutely no need for vegetative cycle in the aeroflo system. I would take cuttings straight from the ez-cloner and put them in the aeroflo and start 12/12 immediately.


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Re: Aeroponics vs Organic [Re: Reap911]
    #811514 - 04/22/16 12:34 PM (7 months, 15 days ago)

"Soil" is a living entity. Microbes in the soil break down organic material and it becomes available to the plant in its elemental/salt/ionic form. (plus or minus an electron)

Hydroponics/aeroponics = "Water/air Powered." meaning the nutrients are already in their elemental/salt/ionic form. You do not need any 'organic' breakdown in the growth medium because your already feeding it the plant-available form of nutrients.

"organic" feeding is not required for dank bud-- a myth from connoisseur's. The plant only takes in the nutrients in a specific ionic state.

Now when most people think "organic" they really are talking about pesticides, in which you absolutely should strive for an organic/natural solution before spraying on harsh pesticides.


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