Im not trying to start anything, if your happy with your numbers thats all that should matter to you. I just am wanting to put out info that I know is correct and has increased my yeild, its too bad you did not have good luck with AN, a lot of people don't, to know fault of the product. Its not a novice product, or something you just mix and apply. There's a little more to it. IMO.
All nutes will produce nice bud, knowledge of using those nutes will give you the best results.
Dyna-Gro would benefit greatly from Fulvic+Humic, Kelp, Aminos, Enzymes. I was using Dyna-Gro in CoCo, when I switched to Canna Coco A+B I experienced a massive increase in growth from the Canna, I think the extra Humic and Fulvic in the Canna COCO A+B may be the difference, this may make a huge difference in CoCo. Dyna-Gro may work extremely well in a traditional hydro environment. In CoCo it was absolutely destroyed by the Canna, and it makes sense because Canna has been the leader in CoCo research for 20 years.....
I think Canna may also use chelates that are better suited for cannabis growing.
I would maybe try Dyna-Gro again, but this time I would add Humic, Fulvic, Hygrozyme, Rhizotonic, Cannaboost at least.
Maybe you only need an N-P-K base nutrient product when you use traditional hydro methods of DWC, Flood and Drain, etc. I believe that when growing in CoCo there is much to be gained from additional products.
Most chelated nutrients use exactly the same (I believe iron based) chelate product, so it's doubtful it's that.
Canna nutrients are just complete base nutrients, they sell all that additive crap too, but their base nutes grow excellent cannabis with no bullshit.
How often do farmers feed amino acids and enzymes to their crops?
Originally Posted by Prof. Gromore
wow dude, nice pics!
Don't Criticize it, Legalize it