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Old 09-07-2018, 05:02 PM #21
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It's the only bottle I use, most of my nutrients come from dry amendments in the soil.
but its great for indoor and outdoor. I use it in Veg and beginning of flower.
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Though my mind is a product of my research and experience, it's the little things in life which make things so much quicker.

Measuring Nutes? pH Up/Down? Your favorite additive? Nearly any other solution you want to quickly measure and apply?
3ml graduated pipettes are Awesome!




Accurate measuring, no drip, super simple.

They're so cheap, you can use them as one-use disposables for the really caustic stuff. I keep one for each of my various projects in use and grab a new one when I need it. 100 of them is usually less than $10. That's CHEAP!
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That found it's way on the Bonsai scene. Nobody ever mentioned it's origins
That's very interesting. I use it on my bonsai mothers. I copied the recipe from DrBudGreenGenes that had it and never asked, why?
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hatís whatís up. Ok.. I have a big gem to share with those who donít already know...

The jungle boys (arguably most popular cultivators in LA/US/maybe the world? As of right now)

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The jungle boys (arguably most popular cultivators in LA/US/maybe the world? As of right now)

The main guy used to be on icmag and all these other forums as Jackmayoffer. You can search him up and find tons of growing advice (especially since they have plans of selling tutorial videos with all of their knowledge over the years).

One product he swore by after using it is OG BIOWAR tea. And he donít believe in shit. This guy thinks all the nutrient stuff is bullshit and switches brands at the drop of a hat. He dgaf. But when he tried the OG BIOWAR... he said they had a customer for life and heíd never grow without it again.

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I switched to organic soils but when I was doing coco I would have lost my mind without a set of blunt tip syringes for measuring all the nutrients.
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Though my mind is a product of my research and experience, it's the little things in life which make things so much quicker.

Measuring Nutes? pH Up/Down? Your favorite additive? Nearly any other solution you want to quickly measure and apply?
3ml graduated pipettes are Awesome!


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Accurate measuring, no drip, super simple.

They're so cheap, you can use them as one-use disposables for the really caustic stuff. I keep one for each of my various projects in use and grab a new one when I need it. 100 of them is usually less than $10. That's CHEAP!
YES! How could I forget? I think I use those so often and so casually that it didnít even register for me.

A few quick drops of ph up/down? Measuring liquid nutes to add some quickly to a few gallons? Need to stir something real quick lol?

I use those pretty much every day haha

THANKS FOR BRINGING THAT UP!
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Bio Tabs tablets. Great stuff for lazy guerilla growers who don't want to visit the plants every week and carry nutes. Been using these for three years now and they seem to work nicely. And they're organic, that's always a plus in my books. Only minus I can think of, is that they are about a buck a piece. Big plants go thru 3 or 4 in three weeks, so U'r gonna need a few. I usually order the 100 pack and save whatever left overs there might be for next season.

https://www.biotabs.nl/organic-fertiliser-tablets

And hey Biotabs guys! If u'r reading this and wanna sponsor me, I'm up for it!

I didnít know those existed. Looks to be better in veg than flower with the NPK it has...

Iím a hydro rockwool guy so I canít just throw it in my reservoir.. but thatís a REALLY good tip for the dirt/coco guys.
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