Advanced Nutrients - Organic Soil, Input?

Discussion in 'Organics' started by normlpothead, Aug 11, 2008.

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    MrHowardMarks

    MrHowardMarks Well-Known Member

    I forget what thread I already said what in... But as far as organics, a lot of Advanced products are organic, but not certified.

    Big Bud is the #1 recomendation from me. Outstanding product.

    If you can afford it, voodoo and scorpion.

    It's not organic, but overdrive is pretty awesome, and affordable.
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    MrHowardMarks

    MrHowardMarks Well-Known Member

    I assume this is with a base nutrient, and SensiZym
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    holmes

    holmes Well-Known Member

    yes, with a base nutrient, i dont care if its organic or not.
    how bout the humic and fulvic acids?
    sensizyme is the most expensive enzyme product, how often do you use and how much, cause according to their calculator, they want you to use 4 bottles every run ( slight exageration)
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    bobbybud

    bobbybud Active Member

    Are the advanced nutrients products a dry mix or are they liquid.
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    holmes

    holmes Well-Known Member

    their base nutrients are liquid, they have a blooming additive thats powder, and some root beneficials that are powder
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    bobbybud

    bobbybud Active Member

    Hmm, I wonder if there are any companies that sale base nutes in powdered form, then again that would make things more diffcult, but some of us already grow stashes in difficult ways.
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    max420thc

    max420thc Well-Known Member

    its a shame the starter of the thread cut out...i use most of the advance nute line up...i started using it upon hearing the testimony of several experienced growers..and guess what..advanced is the SHIT...the only way to go...i have friends using this and that..and none of them can compete...just cant do it...sensizme is a enzyme for your plants..you use it every feeding along with carboload.carbohydrates for your plants..and the enzyme's feed on it too..the carbo load i use is in powder form...same with tarantula and pirana..you should see my roots after using voodoo juice..you only have to use it for the first two weeks..once you have a bennifical baceria colony set up all you have to do is add sensizyme..and some carbo load...my plants are beautiful ...with NO PROBLEMS..NONE....and i use iguana juice's as the main nute....the extra bud you get if you are cheap skates and dont want to afford the best for your girls...the extra growth will pay for your nutes...and the least expensive place to order advance nutes is...http://www.discountadvancednutrients.com/
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    holmes

    holmes Well-Known Member

    enzymes dont feed cause its not an organism. they are usually proteins that accelerate certain proceses, in this case decomposing roots
    thnaks for feedback, and you must be running a smaller garden cause it you put sensizyme every week for a large res, you'd be using 3-4 liters of it every run. ( im too lazy to check what it is approximitly)
    i was thinking to cut back, use it on weeks 4 and 5 only, or something to that effect. But i dont know how effective that would be cause i dont know how much time they need
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    MrHowardMarks

    MrHowardMarks Well-Known Member

    Definately buy a gallon of Sensizym, it's much cheaper in gallons, and that's how much you use.

    I actually noticed a higher yield using the Iguana as a base nutrient, but less resin compared to the 2 part sensi bloom, or 3 part grow micro bloom.

    I just checked my bottles I have for bloom, and my 2 part B gallon has had a pinhole leak in the bottom, only a liter was left in the bottle! So, I have a full gallon of part A, and a liter of part B...

    I think it's a sign to get the conisseur... :bigjoint:

    Oh, and these particular products are available in powder form.
    Sensi One (base nute)
    Carboload (also liquid)
    Bud Blood (first week boost)
    Big Bud (also in liquid)
    Piranha (Fungal spores)
    Tarantula (Bacterial colonies)

    And Humic and Fulvic aid in nutrient uptake...

    It is a very expensive regiment, that's why I'm trying out the Fox Farm, in comparison to a shortened Advanced line.


    I was also thinking about trying the Hygrozyme, or comparable product to Sensizym, since it is the most expensive you can get... Trying to save some money, since I have to mix over 50 gal per feeding hydro, and another 50 for the soil.
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    max420thc

    max420thc Well-Known Member

    i grow in soil..i did get a DWC cloner recently and was a bit put off by the NINE cups of clonex it took..and yea...a smaller grow too...
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    max420thc

    max420thc Well-Known Member

    i was about to purchase some colossal bud blast? do you have any experience with it>?
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    MrHowardMarks

    MrHowardMarks Well-Known Member

    Yeah, I bought a liter of it, it lasted a few years :o

    I didn't notice much of a differance with or without, it's only used during veg, and the first week of flower, at a very low concentration, so a liter will take forever to use.

    If they sell it in smaller abounts now, go for it, it's a Dr.Hornby product so I'm sure it does something :)
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    max420thc

    max420thc Well-Known Member

    i was thinking the same thing..the doc has some great products..a litre of that bud blast is around 80 bucks..they are claiming it increases resin production and weight..ill probably give it a spin sooner or latter..
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    MrHowardMarks

    MrHowardMarks Well-Known Member

    Damn, I had a liter that lasted 3 years, tons and tons of use... For 80 bucks they should make a small bottle for 10 or 15 that would last a harvest or two.

    It stinks like ammonia and B vitamins, don't know what's in the stuff, but it made the plants a nice dark green, that I do remember.
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    max420thc

    max420thc Well-Known Member

    dr hornbys makes life pretty simple......
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    diemdepyro

    diemdepyro Well-Known Member

    heavy price for dirt and poop
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    MrHowardMarks

    MrHowardMarks Well-Known Member

    The best poop apparently.

    Yeah, Dr Hornby makes some great products that are plant specific, focused on resin production, and calyx boost.
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    holmes

    holmes Well-Known Member

    i know this is irevalent, but im dying to compare house and garden to advanced nutrients.
    i have yet to read a negative thing about house and garden.
    the guy here with a penguin avatar says its the best around.

    sorry for the bs, im drunk right now and in a terrible mood to ramble

    bless everyone
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    max420thc

    max420thc Well-Known Member

    you know what..the only problem with AN is the price..i wish i could get the shit for free..if i were the good doctor hornby.i think id charge for my product too..its the american way...i read a article on the good doctor..he said he prefers to eat marijuana ..something ive never done.....i dont think there is anything as nice as the first hit off of some quality bud in a clean glass bowl...wow..,,eating it? BLASPHEMY... !!! he sure knows how it grows though..
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    MrHowardMarks

    MrHowardMarks Well-Known Member

    Wow, you've never eaten it before?

    It's a totally different experience, imo, and you can ingest a lot more into your system than by smoking. Make some hash, and eat it with something fatty, like chocolate. Or make some hash butter.

    I used to make tons of caramels with hash infused, I also made a bunch of chocolates. It's super easy, just warm up the caramel, or chocolate in the microwave, not molten hot (be careful) and add the hash, stir, and seperate into bite size portions, or dip pretzels in it etc. You get the idea.

    Or you could just go oldschool and dump a sack of reefer into a pan of brownie mix, that works to, just make sure to remove all the stems and bake at a lower temp, don't burn them. :mrgreen:

    Be careful though, or you'll put yourself to sleep for 12 hours or more ;)

    My buddies dog ate one hash caramel and slept for 18 hours straight, got up a few times for water, and pissed herself in her sleep... I told him she had to have eaten more than one, and he swore it was just one. It's a black lab mix, like 50 pounds, a gram of hash put her out for a solid day. :?

    --As far as Advanced being costly, I see it as an investment to allow Dr. Hornby and his team of genius do research, study and create better products.

    Sure other companies are doing research, but Hornby is focused on thc% and resin production, not to mention taste, and yield.

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