What’s your favorite nutrient line?

Tht_Blk_Guy27

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Clearly. I'm not sure I understand that nute line. I feel like the last thing I would want from a nute is something low in N, high in P, and zero K. What am I missing?
Nectar of the gods is Calcium based to my knowledge. I've noticed the correlation of people using nectar and RO water and not needing to using cal mag and wondered for months what the connection was. It's also why their ph range is specifically to allow optimal absorption from calcium based feed
 

MurDog

Member
Look up the OCGFAM show on youtube for hundreds of videos on using this line! It’s absolutely the best stuff out there! Also by far the best customer service of ANY business I’ve ever dealt with, period!
 

superdank330

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I have been using Remo Nutrients they've been alright compared to FoxFarm Line I had, I just got my order from Perfect Grower of their 3-Part for Soft Water + Free Foliar and Silica , Website has a week by week chart and mixing charts . Excited to use it
 

xtsho

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My favorite doesn't really matter. All these branded nutrients basicaly contain the same things in slightly different amounts. Most have you overfeeding if you follow their feeding charts.

Here's what the plant likes.

Nitrogen (N)
Phosphorus (P)
Potassium (K)
Magnesium (Mg)
Calcium (Ca)
Sulfur (S)
Zinc (Zn)
Manganese (Mn)
Iron (Fe)
Boron (B)
Chlorine (Cl)
Cobalt (Co)
Copper (Cu)
Molybdenum (Mb)
Silicon (Si)
Nickel (Ni)
 
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Billy the Mountain

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Lately I've simplified to DynaGro Foilage Pro for veg and GH FloraNova Bloom for flower. Both are one bottle complete formulations. I'd previously used GH 3 part with fine results as well. Since DynaGro and FloraNova are much more concentrated than the GH 3 part, I've stuck with them for the better value.
 

Alctrz8849

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I've been running the GH flora series for years now, I tried others (AN, Megacrop V1&V2, Dutch Master, X nutrients) but I always went back for the GH. I'm going to test out Dyna gro soon, I'm Hoping to find some great results.
I can't help but coming back to NASA using them as their product of choice. If it's good enough for a rocket scientist it's good enough for me!
 

Therrion

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I'll have to look that one up is that from the same guy that makes all the organic pesticides and stuff?
Nope, It's made by JR Peter's. No marketing schemes and flashy bottles. Powdered and simple to use, no bullshit. My plants have never looked better. I even use their nutrients for my 1/8th acre vegetable/herb garden drip lines.
 
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