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Does anybody use kelp, humic, fulvic acid or molasses in coco?

Discussion in 'Hydroponics / Aeroponics' started by keepittrucckn420, Dec 19, 2017.

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    keepittrucckn420

    keepittrucckn420 Well-Known Member

    Just wondering if anyone has any experience using these with coco? Possible fouler with them maybe minus the molasses?
     
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    frigginwizard

    frigginwizard Well-Known Member

    I use Recharge in coco, which has those things in it.
     
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    projectinfo

    projectinfo Well-Known Member

    I'm right here wondering the same question man


    Let's start with the base nutrients.

    I'm starting with canna coco a+b,
    This will give you a little bit of everything generally in any base nutrient 2 or 3 part

    Cannazym will break down old roots and turn shit into food for your plants ND clean your system

    pk13/14, this will fill in your buds and kick in the resin

    rhizotonic . This is your kelp and root booster

    I don't have boost and I'm on the fence about buying it...... J hard to justify what it does exactly this is where I'm thinking of getting a molasses or humic/full ic acid..

    When and how much?

    Foliar or root drench?

    I'm also wondering about silica in veg?
     
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    keepittrucckn420

    keepittrucckn420 Well-Known Member

    Hey buddy! Well I have just switched to a 1:1 ratio of maxigro and maxibloom. I use biocozyme or hygrozyme to help break down since I do reuse the coco and root excel . I’ve used just about every booster to date and I personally like the liquid koolbloom and Moab combo. I inspected all the girls today(in veg) and they looked good after giving them some kelp,humic + the base. I got some samples of the foiler from vegbloom, but I really didn’t see a difference in it. That being said I’m going to do a light feeding with the kelp/fulvic and see what happens. I also grabbed this bag from roots organic called terp tea from vegbloom it had some good ingredients so I grabbed a bag and hit them and they responded well. I’ve read somewhere about foilers with teas as well.
     
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    HookahsGarden

    HookahsGarden Well-Known Member

    Yes yes yes,and yes.
    I use all of those ingredients in one form or another or they are included in something that I have in my rez. Used in conjunction with beneficial bacteria, like Great white, or Ogbiowar is win win.

    Best of luck.
     
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    projectinfo

    projectinfo Well-Known Member

    Right on man for the humic and fulvic I'm going to try ancient earth by a/n.

    I'm thinking molassis but I seen that it's high in potassium.

    What would be a good sugar to use towards the end of flower that doesn't have high npk shit
     
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    Jypsy Dog

    Jypsy Dog Well-Known Member

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    keepittrucckn420

    keepittrucckn420 Well-Known Member

    Hey hookahsgarden! Do you see a real notable difference using everything in addition to base nutrients? Are you in soil or coco? If I remember right the great white is mychrozine? Do you add the great white to the Rez? I’ve heard other growers on instagram rocking the ogbiowar. I’ll look into the bio war.
     
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    keepittrucckn420

    keepittrucckn420 Well-Known Member

    I hear guano teas for flowering are good. I’ve been on that kiss tip lately so I’ve been just running a base, and Moab but am going to use mpk due to it being the SAME thing! An, hg, gh, I can vouch for super solid! I’m trying to get onto that raw salt game With addition to some organic stuff. Just trying some experiments out, and so far it’s not looking to bad! What stains are Ta running bud?
     
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    keepittrucckn420

    keepittrucckn420 Well-Known Member

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    Jypsy Dog

    Jypsy Dog Well-Known Member

    If you can grow good tomatoes.... You can grow killer weed. :weed: I'm old enough to not be blinded by shiny packages. Good basic supplements and treating them like "step children."
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    i've used kelp and fulvic acid in coco, with good results. the only reason to ever use molasses is if you're running benes, and theres better stuff to use than molasses for that. i run coco sterile, with a little 29% H2O2, so i never used molasses
     
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    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy Well-Known Member

    29% h202 ?
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

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    frigginwizard

    frigginwizard Well-Known Member

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    Jypsy Dog

    Jypsy Dog Well-Known Member

    60ml/quart?! I use .5ml/gal. Hydroguard is 2ml/gal.
     
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    frigginwizard

    frigginwizard Well-Known Member

    I dilute 60 ml into a quart. Then apply that like I would hydroguard, 2ml/gallon.
     
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    Jypsy Dog

    Jypsy Dog Well-Known Member

    So what do the bacteria feed on while sitting in plain water? While undiluted they stay in suspention.
     
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    frigginwizard

    frigginwizard Well-Known Member

    I see. I back you up, and you try to pick a fight with me. Clearly what I'm doing works. I'm just gonna hit that ignore button now.
     
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