I run AN Sensi A+B or Flora Nova as a base nute.
I have run many brands, these are just the ones I prefer from experience.
I choose something that is easy to use and shows good results.
An expert is someone that learns more and more about less and less, and eventually knows everything about nothing.
i got an awesome recipe of nutes for veg in soil it's simple cheap and so effective, i use CES base (grow,micro,bloom), plus cal-mag, plus silica blast... thats it... in flowering now with it just added a flower booster, and carboload. pretty simple... but ive done some trial and error and it works great.
I am also running nf nutrients in a soil coco mix its kinda strecthy on one strain and slower on the other strain, juries still out on this one...
And last but not least the ph perfect advanced nutrients base only in a few dwc bucket... i like thist stuff it really maintains ur ph for reals no gimmics, i can't wait til i start using the additives...
LV I may have answered this in another thread. I am really liking Hydroponic Research's Veg + BLOOM
I haven't tried it for veg yet, but am seeing excellent improvement over my DM Gold, which I was using up until the switch
It's a dry formula (avail for tap or RO). I am using only 1 tsp/g = 800 ppm. One pound is only $20
[/url]Stripping Back the BS. Vegging 6 Clones under 22w http://www.rollitup.org/led-other-li...s-vegging.html
using fox farm, and about to run out.Been thinking about using this http://www.blueplanetnutrients.com/#...roduct=5492952
B.P.N Army-http:b-p-n-army-grow-journals.htmlOriginally Posted by 209 Cali closet grower
I'm getting some pretty impressive growth so far using the Botanicare cns17.
i grow flowers
Ran the entire GO line with pretty good success and had a great first harvest. Supplemented with a few other things; Hi brix, great white for transplanting, and some Hygrozyme. Gonna have a batch of supersoil cooking up. I really liked the GO line. The Bio Bud by far is the stand out in that line up. All that said though, all those bottles make my head hurt. Gonna just let the soil do all the work now.