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    What kind of Nutrient line do you guys run?

    Hey guys,

    im pretty much brand new, have my first plant at 24 days old today. I have the GH flora series nutes right now, but after a little more research I’m sure there are better nutrient lines available.

    i don’t care if its an organic or synthetic line, i just want something backed by science and good quality ingredients!

    anyone have any recommendations?

    #2
    The one you are using comes highly recommended.

    You will find that you will get better at reading your plants and how to feed them inc what pH to feed at as you become a better grower. Stick to one lot and learn them is the best advice I can give.

    Don't mix different nutes from different manufacturers unless you know they are compatible.
    Flower Room: 11' x 7' x 7.5'H, 480w AC, 13gal/day dehumidifier, 1.5gal ultrasonic humidifier, 60gal (27gal usable) nute tank, 16" pedestal fan & 18" wall fan. Lighting and climate automated. Hand watering.
    Veg Cupboards: ​​​​​​Two 4x2x6H cupboards. SF2000 Evo in each. Climate controlled and automated. Hand watering
    Aeroponics Low Pressure Bucket: 20W LED. 5 clones
    Lights: 2 x SF-7000, 2 x 30w 660&730nm supp. red boosters for flower stretch over sativa x in flower room.
    Medium: Coco/perlite, mix of 13gal & 7.2gal pots, no drains
    Current Grow: ​​​4 x Autos Franklin's AK47 x Red CBD (harrvested dry 22oz), 1 x Photos Franklin's Orange Zkittles x Sour Diesel, 1 Franklin's White Widow x Sour Diesel, All feminised. 1 x sativa x, regular, Clones 30th March 5 x Orange Zkittles x Sour Diesel fem in veg cupboards & 3x WW x SD & 2 OZ x SD in Aeroponics bucket.
    Last Grow: 4 x photos, old school, 66 days of veg flipped 25 Feb harvested day 65F 3lb11oz.

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    • Rootsruler
      Rootsruler commented
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      This ^^^^^

    #3
    Originally posted by Bluey View Post
    The one you are using comes highly recommended.

    You will find that you will get better at reading your plants and how to feed them inc what pH to feed at as you become a better grower. Stick to one lot and learn them is the best advice I can give.

    Don't mix different nutes from different manufacturers unless you know they are compatible.
    Thanks man. How are your girls now? After your post the other day. You ever figure out what was going on?

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    • Bluey
      Bluey commented
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      They are doing well thanks. No issues apart from a bit of die back as a result of supercropping but you have to expect some of that.

    #4
    I use GH but their FloraNova series. Basically the same as the 3 part but mixed in one bottle. Easy Peasy.

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      #5
      The GH Trio is top of the line and works great. I use it along with Cal-Mag at half strength every watering. Great growth, no nutrient burn. I have looked at, but not used, other nutrient systems and unless you are an organic stickler, I don't think there is anything better.
      Current Grow: 1 Purple Haze, 1 Bay Burger, 1 11 Roses Photoperiods
      5 gallon cloth pots
      30"x30"x60" tent
      Spider Farmer SE3000
      Coco Pearlite mix
      GH Trio, Silica, Cal-Mag

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        #6
        I remember reading an article on this site about commercial growers. When asked which nute line they prefer the answer was whatever is cheapest and has the basic stuff. According to them nutes don't really matter as much as environment.

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        • Rootsruler
          Rootsruler commented
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          Pretty much mirrors my experience when I worked at licensed grow ops. The predominant brand that I saw almost exclusively was either GH or Dyna Gro.

        #7
        GH trio, calmag and pH down is all that has been used in the garden.
        Don't worry, be happy, grow sticky buds.

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          #8
          I use CX Horticulture products. I have grown to like their line. It's easy to mix and I've learned how to adjust the strength of the nutrient solution to fit the plant's life cycle. If I remember right, Nebula recommends several different nutrient brands on the GWE site.
          Last edited by golfnrl; 06-11-2024, 08:41 PM.
          Auto/Photo Tent: Gorilla 2x4x7'11" HLG 350R, Infinity 4" w/Carbon Filter, Coco 50/50 perlite
          Autopot system
          :
          Photo Tent: Gorilla 4x4x7'11" HLG Scorpion R, Infinity 6” w/Carbon Filter, Coco 50/50 perlite, Autopot system:
          Nutrients: CX Horticulture - full line for both tents

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