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Old 09-18-2019, 03:22 PM
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Default Any alternatives for bio-bizz BIO HEAVEN?

hi all, so im trying to save some money obviously: i know BIO HEAVEN is there to improve your nutrients uptaking with animo acids and all that.. sounds important but is there same-result product out there that is not that expensive?

what do you think about biobizz line in general?

thanks for the helpers
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Old 09-18-2019, 06:56 PM
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i dont like the biobizz line, i have try then when i start to grow weed like many other organic and mineral fertilizers

you have to mix the growth and the bloom when the flowering is started it's too complicated for nothing


the final product has a taste altered despite a significant rinsing i do a minimun of 15 days.

i have never try the biohaven

the weed is better with organic fertilized for me

i use in general plagron the alga line or cellmax but it's more hard to found

this years i have used the alga bloom the pk13/14 and the sugar royal of the plagron line the 2 additif in very little quantity

after i rinsing a lot

ps : I looked at the description of biohaven and I don't know any product with the same characteristics

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Old 09-18-2019, 08:10 PM
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cool, i think i can get most of plagron line here...
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Old 09-22-2019, 01:44 AM
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I highly recommend Dr.Earth Bud\Flowergirl.....
Simple organic topdress, and done... All in one. Everything you need only $10 for 4lb bag that'll do PLENTY of containers especially sativas.. Most you'd need is some Gypsum for calcium (way better than lime)...Go real light on the lime, or get something already setup like promix. Then every now and then you might need a epsom foliar (dont put epsom in dirt because Mg competes with the more important calcium)....

Throw some 7ph water in and bam... Done..

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Old 09-27-2019, 03:08 PM
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If you want to replace exactly BioHeawen, then I suggest you to find some Enzymes. Plagron have them too.


As to my coin for BioBizz.
Hmm its expensive, but rather usefull for my indicas, never had altered flavour for me.

Overall, I can advice to use grow+algae for grow and bloom + enzymes for flowering phase. I have a complete pack tho, and am using it on full scale.
But I give plants the nutes just ocaissionally.
Because for me, the soil matters the most.
I mix my own. Normal garden soil with mycorhyzae (nothing more) and adding some worm castings, then after repot I add few more worm castings and litlle bit of bat guano.
So there is plenty of nutes available in soil already.
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Old 10-11-2019, 11:13 PM
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If you want to replace exactly BioHeawen, then I suggest you to find some Enzymes. Plagron have them too.


As to my coin for BioBizz.
Hmm its expensive, but rather usefull for my indicas, never had altered flavour for me.

Overall, I can advice to use grow+algae for grow and bloom + enzymes for flowering phase. I have a complete pack tho, and am using it on full scale.
But I give plants the nutes just ocaissionally.
Because for me, the soil matters the most.
I mix my own. Normal garden soil with mycorhyzae (nothing more) and adding some worm castings, then after repot I add few more worm castings and litlle bit of bat guano.
So there is plenty of nutes available in soil already.
cool
sadly im living in a house with a tiny backyard in a damm city...
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Old 10-12-2019, 08:36 AM
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cool
sadly im living in a house with a tiny backyard in a damm city...
I meant normal store garden soil, from there i mix in some nutes as mentioned...
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