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Problem with x nutrients brand ak-47 strain in the
The Grow Room forums; I'm 5 weeks in on an AK-47 crop and i've been using x-nutirents which was recommended by the scumbags at ...
Problem with x nutrients brand ak-47 strain
I'm 5 weeks in on an AK-47 crop and i've been using x-nutirents which was recommended by the scumbags at weGrow (NEVER BUY FROM HERE), and my plant's thc content is below-par and the plants look like they are struggling. I've stopped using big bud, as the buds are big and numerous, but that does me no good if it's not dank.
What I'm asking is: I want to switch my system to Connoseur but since X Nutrients are a 4 part system (bloom, bloomfx, aminos, and micro) will it hurt my ak's if i switch over?? Is it too late to switch, cuz I ran out mid-cycle and i that would suck to buy all new x-nutes ya dig?
You can switch nutrients, just make sure you match your PH and you start using Connoseur at half strength and slowly ease into the full recommended dose.
Keep an eye out for clawing, burnt tips, and other signs of over fertilizing.
Yeah you'll be fine. I did the same thing last year. I used X Nutrient Micro and Grow, but then switched to Sensi Bloom A & B. You'll be fine, but I really don't think your going to do any better then the x nutrients, especially in flower. Usually its the veg ferts that make more of a difference. I also did a few plants just with AN Sensi Grow and compared them to X Micro and Grow. The X did slightly better. Small enough that I don't think it was the nutes, but the genetics.
What I don't like about X's line up is the FX and Sprays. They're the exact same stuff that's in their normal Grow & Bloom, just diluted so they're safe for foiler feeding. Waste of money imo. But so is most of the additives on AN's line.
Last edited by Vindicated; 05-01-2012 at 09:26 PM.
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