CLEAREX=$30gal SUGAR WATER
Read the label on Clearex: 3.5% glucose, 1.5% sucrose, 95.5% inert ingredients! What am I missing, except the $ out my pocket if I buy this stuff. Whether the % are weight or volume per gal it would only cost pennies to mix your own sugars into a gal of water for use.
Another sugar water product, this time from FoxFarm(I don't recall the name, but easy enough to check their flush products): 10% Saponin, derived from yucca shidigera , 90% inert ingredients. Wow, saponin, must be some exotic something! Not really, yucca shidegera is merely a very common yucca plant(cactus), saponin is the name of the sugar extracted from the yucca. If you drink tequilla you're drinking another sugar extracted and fermented(changes the sugar into alcohol) from the very common agave cactus. Agave "nectar" (the sugar extract in pure syrup form) is commonly sold in "health food" stores for about $6 a pint. At 10% you could make a lot of gallons.
Nothing special or exotic about any of these sugars. Unless I'm missing something(please let me know) really basic and important about these products, they're both sugar water easily duplicated DIY. I'm assuming the inert ingredient stated on the label is water, but since whatever it is its inert, water would work fine(although you may want to use RO and ph'ed water, not really sure if that's even necessary).
Do yourself a favor, be informed and read the labels on all garden products you buy.
Medical grow in compliance with CA prop 215 and sb 420
“If you own 28 different foods, 65 different additives and 14 jugs of molasses and not one single book on plants, then that is the problem.” WB
“Always remember that we are aiming to feed the soil not the plant!” DocLeaf