General Hydroponics extra nutes worth it?

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by sunandsky, Jan 12, 2018.


    sunandsky Well-Known Member

    right now I just use the three main GH nutes, flora- micro, gro and bloom, and the cal-mag. and then I use molasses here and there.

    I'm wondering if anyone has experience with the armor si, the liquid koolbloom, or the diamond nectar or any of that other stuff? Is it worth adding to my setup? I've just switched to a coco grow, and I use a silica kind of um..oh what's it called now. having a brain fart here.. you know..that stuff... here let me grab a link...

    FiggyA Member

    I use diamond nectar. I probably won't buy it again. I mean, it feels good putting it in, but I don't see one bit of difference.
    Name sounds nice though.. Diamond Nectar.
    Marketing earned their paycheck that day.

    Cold$moke Well-Known Member

    Much better cheaper options

    General hydro is good had plenty of luck with them but....

    A better full nutrient such a RAW by npk is better imo. As they have all the crap your buying already in it kelp humic acids yucca b vitamins amino acids ect ect

    Other users here have had good things to say about greenleaf nutrients MEGA CROP as well

    Now that said you can find a knock off of RAW
    At kelp4less .though i havent personally used it.

    RAW bloom fromula is 70 bucks for 2 pounds which will last a decent while.
    About the same for the grow .

    THE nutrients im switching to is 25 bucks for 5 lb!

    Hydro gardens chem gro 4-20-39
    Plus cal nitrate
    plus mag sulphate all for about 40 bucks for FIVE pound bags lol

    Yodaweed Well-Known Member

    The best additive that GH sells is floralicious plus, probably best nutrient they sell over all and i love their 3 part.

    NrthrnMichigan Well-Known Member

    If you're going to use GH specifically then I would recommend KoolBlooms, both liquid and powder during flower. I've used them with great results. During the summer months I use ProTekt silica.

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