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Discussion in 'DWC/ Bubbleponics' started by Dgringo69, Mar 19, 2017.

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    visajoe1

    visajoe1 Well-Known Member

    its all good. orca is liquid, great white is powder. I wanted the powder so I can use in coco too. Small quantities

    edit: I was pretty sure i checked the ingredients before, but i was pretty lit then and I am now, soooo i checked again. lol.

    there is some overlap. but great white has much more variety than orca in general. so, i'll run all three: hydroguard, orca, and great white.

    hydroguard active ingredient is inside both orca and great white, but I dont want it to go to waste!
     
    Last edited: Mar 20, 2017
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    Logan Burke

    Logan Burke Active Member

    :Starting to wonder if I should drop Hydroguard next run and just use those two..food for thought certianly. In standalone DWC, is powder alight to use and all? Lol sorry, second hydro grow and I am trying to be extra cautious. Time for me to smoke too, Visa...lol.
     
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    Dgringo69

    Dgringo69 Active Member

    Correct, from my understanding, The benefit of using hydroguard is that it contains a very high amount of one "super" strain of bacteria that you really want a concentration of. So even though the other two products contain this strain, the concentration is not near as high as in hydroguard.
     
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    Dgringo69

    Dgringo69 Active Member

    Yes sir, powder is fine. I use SubcultureB and it's a powder.
     
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    visajoe1

    visajoe1 Well-Known Member

    ya, this is my first DWC run, i'm learning. when i finish the hydroguard i dont plan on replacing, ill just run the other two bennies
     
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    Logan Burke

    Logan Burke Active Member

    Please let us know how that goes Visa, I'm only on my second DWC, so I understand! :)
    Happy Growing
     
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    Logan Burke

    Logan Burke Active Member

    That makes perfect sense! Thanks bud!
     
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    HotBunz

    HotBunz Member

    Yup it's the bennies that allow this. I too run high bucket temps, into the low 80's during the start of my grows till the plants canopy shades the bucket. I run Hydroguard and have never had a problem with root rot and grow large plants.
     
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