Hello, I've been reading about different nutrient lines for years, and Dyno-Gro always stuck out as one of the ones used by Dutch Flower growers, as well as general gardening enthusiasts, never really heard any bad feed back on them.
Then I started reading scholarly articles on the cutting edge of science, and it is now a fact in at least two other species of higher plant that Nickel is required for a laundry list of biological functions, therefore nutrients without Nickel are deficient by nature, in soil I assume it is acquiring Nickel organically, where-as in Hydro using these formulas the plant must be doing some other alternative synthesis to achieve the same thing, though this must surely be stressing the plants in a bad way.
I've been running Lucas w/ GH Liquid then MaxiBloom, I have to say MaxiBloom is too gritty for my tastes and a liquid of any type is better because it holds elements in solution with higher success. Picked up some Dyno-Gro Liquid Bloom, Mag-Pro, Pro-TeKT, Advanced Nutrients pH Up & Down (Most concentrated on the market and renowned as one of their quality products)
Filled Reservoir W/ approx 8 gallons RO, added the Pro-TeKt first, then Bloom, then Mag Pro, added 100 ML Hydrogen Peroxide, 100 ML Liquid Kelp, 1 Drop Per Gallon Superthrive, 25 ML Florashield (Chitosan), at the end after mixing came to a resting natural pH of 5.5 w/ starting water around 6.8-9 130 ppm
Lowered pH to 5.2 as per Overgrow recommendations, pH held steady for hours drifted up .3 overnight, hope this helps and thank you for convincing me to switch.
Final note, there is an excellent grow by someone using Dyno-Gro as well on Violator Kush if you search it.