Discussion in 'Nutrients' started by ganjaluvr, Jul 9, 2010.
Not even the "EXTA LIFE"... LMFAO
Well new coment here for other new grpwers like me: i notice yellowing going on with my 2 weeks old seedlings, i didnt want to use any ferts at such a young stage, so i decide to give st a chance, and it worked wonders, my plants came back to riginal green color and, root formation went more agresive, i was thinking they where about to die, but they recover and now, im about to transplant to ffof, it say 1/4 of a teaspoon i went with half of that just to be in the safe side!! I think for the people that doesnt work its because THEY OVER DO IT AND THEN BLAME ST!!
THEN WHY U CREATE THIS IF WHEN PEOPLE ASK U QUESTIONS U DONT FELL LIKE ANSWERING? AND THEN IN OTHER WORDS CALLING THEM RETARDS FOR NOT USING GOOGLE? THEN DON OPEN TREATS IF YOU JUST DONT FELL LIKE HELPING!! FOR ME THE ONLY FUCKTARD IS U DOOD!!
I see paranoia still runs rife...
"FUCKTARD IS U DOOD!!"
LMFAO!! What I think BrickTop and the other Poster meant was - Why not do a little Resarch(Google) then come on the Forum and ask IF any one has any Knowledge OR Experience with said Product, Method...? Whatever...I always Google 1st and don't just look at one Site or Thread...I read many(and I read between the Lines) saves a lot of time, then I will maybe Post/Ask IF anyone has used, Tried this...or that...
And Whats with all the "SHOUTING!!"
THE ONLY FUCKTARD IS U DOOD!!
So I guess it can't be used in hydroponics?
I see a difference in the plants that receive super thrive vs the ones that don't. It isn't that expensive and if your using a drop a gallon ... seriously lolol. I don't see where all this hate is coming from but when someone asks a question you guys should respond nicer.
I just bought the shit an hour ago MAINTENCE: weekly/MNTHLY: 1/ 4TSP./GAL: 3 OZ/ 100 GALS
transplanting: 1 TSP/GAL
This is what was on my SuperThrive label:
I never use it. For transplants I do the initial wetting/watering with water that has 1/4 strength bloom nutes. I feel the PK helps. Two days later I feed normally (veg nutes). I rarely have any transplant stress or slow down.
My bad yes 1/4 teaspoon/ gallon........ hey what name brand nutes do you use?
ST never did anything for me and my skills, just more bottles to clog up the cupboard
http://puyallup.wsu.edu/~linda chalker-scott/horticultural myths_files/Myths/Vitamin B1.pdf
Yep, its a complete con, pushed by unscrupulous salesmen.
surprised AN hasn't broke it down into 10 bottles with cool names and pics
Interesting read so you don't use anything or what do you use then?
I think they are too busy working on Nutes for defoliated specific plants!
I think most people use SuperThrive for the auxins. (That might be what they see benefits from and think it's vitamins and stuff.). If you're in soil and wanted a different source of auxins, kelp would be a good choice.
You have to be a little careful. Like everything with cannabis, less is more. If you overdo kelp (or superthrive) you can get stretching.
You're new to growing. You should keep it as simple as possible, as few ingredients as possible. It's common for newbies to pick and choose all the good things they've read about, thinking a little of everything will be good. Any one of those things might be good. But you won't know until you try them. It's better to try them methodically, a different one each grow, so you have something to compare to. It's best to start plain vanilla so you know what that looks like too. You should plan on doing nothing but that until you've grown 2-3 times. By that time you'll lose some of that unhealthy passion to use a lot of stuff. (You'll also have a good base of experience to "read" your plants and know what a supplement is doing to them.).
How manny times can you use superthrive once or twice in its hole life or weekley ect mate.
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