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Using Enzymes in hydro
    #825432 - 04/19/17 11:29 AM (4 months, 13 hours ago)

I've been using hygrozyme and was looking for some advice and opinions on the use of enzymes,what weeks are they the most beneficial. Can I grow this stuff naturally or add carbs to a diluted solution and have them reproduce? I've been told I am wasting my money with enzymes.


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Re: Using Enzymes in hydro [Re: tvbfe]
    #825475 - 04/20/17 09:51 AM (3 months, 30 days ago)

Save money use pond or aquarium enzymes and bacteria.

Enzymes dont multiply, bacteria fungi do.


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Re: Using Enzymes in hydro [Re: Theman]
    #825483 - 04/20/17 12:01 PM (3 months, 30 days ago)



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Re: Using Enzymes in hydro [Re: tvbfe]
    #825486 - 04/20/17 12:18 PM (3 months, 30 days ago)

It treats up to 2 acre feet of pond water (651,658 gallons).
How do I figure out dilution rate per gallon?

So reading further initial application is 1 gallon per acre-feet of pond water (325,829 gallons)


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Re: Using Enzymes in hydro [Re: tvbfe]
    #825547 - 04/22/17 11:37 AM (3 months, 28 days ago)

Found this stuff at home depot.

Gonna give it a try.


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Re: Using Enzymes in hydro [Re: tvbfe]
    #825549 - 04/22/17 12:59 PM (3 months, 28 days ago)

So I have been reading and it seems you can test your enzyme product by taking a glass test tube(I will be using a small jar) and a 1 x 1 inch piece of paper along with a tablespoon of your enzymes.Put paper and enzymes in test tube and if it is good enzyme it will dissolve the piece of paper in about 12 hrs.


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Re: Using Enzymes in hydro [Re: tvbfe]
    #825550 - 04/22/17 02:14 PM (3 months, 28 days ago)

:smile: cheers!!

Just have to remember hydro companies dont manufacture or creat anything new simply take existing commodities and mix or usually just water down :wink:  although the ome says anerobic which is prob not what u want but who knows likely all same shit although prob cheap cause for huge real ponds. For Waterfall sludge  type stuff is what to look for maybe not for huge anwrobic ponds. Could be all the same. And even waterfall fishpond is what u want and stuff is going to last forever and a day like leas ml per 5gallon pail sorta deal. 

They also have humic acid or barley straw conxentrate witg enzymes.

Also flush products are often part vinegar. Lol make a killing selling watered down vinegar. Gets rid of salts like vinegar gets rid of streaks off windows :wink:



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Re: Using Enzymes in hydro [Re: Theman]
    #825562 - 04/23/17 01:03 AM (3 months, 28 days ago)

Thank you for the all the good info.I understand about the hydro stores.I have been looking to get into making my own nutrient concentrates also,which would save me a ton of money, just need to get busy doing it. Vinegar makes sense for flushing salts.I use that yucca plant juice and thanks for the heads up on humic acid containing enzymes. I've been reading up on the barley concentrates and that doesn't look to hard to produce.?


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Re: Using Enzymes in hydro [Re: tvbfe]
    #825563 - 04/23/17 04:04 AM (3 months, 27 days ago)

Look into greenleaf nutrients. Or jacks in the states or plant prod just released mj specific mix!! As legal here in canada. We are talking 15 kg bags for 50 bucks or less:) soiless mix. But hydro nutes aswell. 2 part just add calcium nitrate. And mkp or whatever if u feel u need to for flower. Just found bulk organic balanced fert that i am hopeful about around dollar a lb guano, feathermeal, humic acid and few others i think itslike 8:4:6 which should be nice for veggies :smile: littlw lite on posphorus but probably over fertalize with bonemeal for that anyway i have come to learn.


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Re: Using Enzymes in hydro [Re: Theman]
    #825567 - 04/23/17 03:22 PM (3 months, 27 days ago)

Thanks again Theman,Greenleaf looks like the best fit for me for my indoor as it has nutes comparable to G.H. flora that I have gotten very used to as I have used this since I was taught hydro years ago.So just did some math and about $130.00 US is what I'm spending now at the local store, just put everything together at greenleaf including shipping:total cost $55 and some change:grin:
Thinking about how much money I can put into other things is amazing.Like the mini split I've been wanting and now looks like i will have by next summer.
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Re: Using Enzymes in hydro [Re: tvbfe]
    #825578 - 04/25/17 02:08 AM (3 months, 25 days ago)

Coo but jacks is even better!! Or cheaper Lol. Always blew my mind when people spend so much on cal mag esp. Since soo easy dissolve calcium nitrate and epsom salt and available everwhere.

Glad to help and hope it all works out for you!


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