What’s your favorite nutrient line?

Northwood

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I've never heard of anyone adding CalMag to Jack 321. Just sayin.
TBH I use LED lighting and I never used CalMag before. It makes me wonder if I'm missing out since if you follow Reddit apparently anything wrong with your plant is caused by a lack of it.
 

NightOwlBono

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one thing I don't think anyone has brought up in this thread. I've used many different brands over the years organic,synthetic,powder.
Everyone should go back and try the very first lineup they ever dropped for a NEW fancier one.

The way I see it is, if your a good gardener is doesn't really matter which lineup you use. Every grow you get better,more experience,bigger yields.
I think people get mixed up and when they get better at knowing what a plant wants they assume the better quality or yield was attributed to this new fertilizer and not them dialing in their grow space or learning new grow techniques
 

PJ Diaz

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one thing I don't think anyone has brought up in this thread. I've used many different brands over the years organic,synthetic,powder.
Everyone should go back and try the very first lineup they ever dropped for a NEW fancier one.

The way I see it is, if your a good gardener is doesn't really matter which lineup you use. Every grow you get better,more experience,bigger yields.
I think people get mixed up and when they get better at knowing what a plant wants they assume the better quality or yield was attributed to this new fertilizer and not them dialing in their grow space or learning new grow techniques
The first cannabis plant I grew decades ago was grown in basic potting soil using Miracle Grow, plus Maxicrop Liquid Seaweed. The grow turned out pretty good, but I have zero interest in ever using Miracle Grow again. What I did learn from that first grow however, is that a combination of salt fertilizers plus organic amendments works wonders. I've always been a big fan of sea kelp, and still use some form of it in my grows today.
 

NightOwlBono

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The first cannabis plant I grew decades ago was grown in basic potting soil using Miracle Grow, plus Maxicrop Liquid Seaweed. The grow turned out pretty good, but I have zero interest in ever using Miracle Grow again. What I did learn from that first grow however, is that a combination of salt fertilizers plus organic amendments works wonders. I've always been a big fan of sea kelp, and still use some form of it in my grows today.
Hey that's fair support and give your money to whoever you feel is right.
I also avoid MG,Scott's,and the company's I know they own, but it's hard and changes each year.

As long as we all know you can grow great plants with any brand. we should all be friends and spread the knowledge
 

go go kid

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ive gotta say im very happy with the results so far with intence nutrients organic grow and bloom. just wish my camra card port on my laptop hadent gone titts up on me or i could show you
 

Gleny88

New Member
I have used Canna, Ionic, Advanced, Cyco, house and gardens,botanicare, and foxfarm I kinda mix and match additives from different lines. But as far as base goes idk... I think like most the base is kinda the same. I do like advanced Sensi grow and bloom a lot and really phs my water to the sweet spot automatically. However it doesn’t stay stable more than 80-90 hours. Ionic base is about the same but will hold my numbers a wee bit longer. I would say if you use recirculating ionic takes the cake as I noticed it just really is consistent ph wise and doesn’t fluctuate. It’s hard to say I have never done side by side grows with diffrent lines using same exact recipe. Everyone has there favorite and will argue facts. Most of the stuff now I feel like is defiantly geared towards cannabis cultivation I feel like and nutrients have come along way. Some of the products these companies market I feel like are not needed necessarily and could be a waste of money. However with the various forms of growing hydroponics and diffrent garden conditions ones man trash may be another mans treasure. I personally like advanced and Ionic but I think ionic is cheaper and a wee bit more stable when I run rockwool recirculating. However I only run to waste top feed now so it doesn’t really matter. To each his own. And like I said I kinda pull additives from various company’s and have my own little mix I like. But this switches from garden to garden as conditions aren’t the same in each room. I do also like the simplicity of ionic. I have been growing indoor cannabis for a long while now.. and I think the nutrient lines have all come along way and it makes me super excited and happy to see all these people getting excellent results with different lines. I think it’s just amazing!
 
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