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Old 02-21-2019, 07:43 PM
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Default Good kelp and mycorrhizae?

Kelp is very good supplement but thereís so many brands and prices are different.
I use Floralicious plus and maybe I donít need extra kelp?
Iíve been using Maxicrop powder or liquid but thereís many other brands less costly.
Just like beneficial mycorrhizae thereís some very inexpensive some very expensive.
Extreme myco is reasonable and thereís Azos also but itís not so inexpensive.
Any suggestions for good kelp and endo mycorrhizae?
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Old 04-13-2019, 11:52 PM
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Hi indi.

I also use floralicious plus and thinking of changing and giving something else a go and brewing my own teas to use within my 100% perlite system.

Theres lots and lots of sea kelp powders on ebay for the fraction of the cost of what floralicious plus is. However..
One i came accross was "seawood secrets with added fulvic acid". A simple google search will find it.

That look quite good.
Another one I found was "earth juice catalyst".

Also have a look at the site called "dragonfly earth medicine"
Theyre roots one looks incredible.

What you could do is buy a

Multi dry strain powder of enzymes.
Buy some humic and fulvic liquid (on its own).
Powdered kelp and brew in 5 gal bucket. Then add to your reso.

Even you can buy powdered triacontonol for flower.

brew your own tea to add to your normal A+B nutrients.
Its a great thing tending to the rhizosphere of the plant incredible things and explosive growth rates happen.
Also dont forget to get some cannazyme. But have a look at some drain cleaners (eco natural) as they would do the same thing and are half the cost of what cannazyme is. I havent tested this yet but I cant wait to reuse my old perlite media thats been broken down and full of goodies.

Have a look at the findings and studys of using mycorrhizae with the use of cannabis. Alot of growers are against using it as it sometimes can work against you. There is many topics on it.

Last edited by Stayathomedad420; 04-13-2019 at 11:55 PM.
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Old 04-14-2019, 07:30 PM
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I use a product called Pondzyme for enzymes and it does work.
It’s so inexpensive that 18-20.00 will get enough to last years.
It only takes 1/8 teaspoon for 50 gallons.
I’ve usex it at 20-100 times that strength and it’s harmless to plants,fish,etc...
It’s made from barley and somehow it keeps pond scum down,keeps roots clean and from smelling.
I was getting exact same product from an online hydro shop but they charged 200% mark up and put it in clear bag with their name on it.
It’s available for aquatic setups and it’s organic.
I have seen some comparisons done online against cannazyme and it’s more effective at eating away dead roots.
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Old 05-03-2019, 09:29 AM
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There are numerous brands on ebay and it's hard to make a choice.
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Old 05-03-2019, 08:08 PM
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I may try great white or another clean product.
GH has good bennies but expensive.
I might try bubbling worm casings with some mycos to see if I can make a concentrate to add to nutrient mix.
I have noticed if I use 1/2 gallon container with soil and get a good rootball formed when I transplant it into pure coco the bennies seem to do much better.
I canít prove or disprove it but maybe the soil helps support herd enough to pass them onto coco.
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