Discussion in 'DWC/ Bubbleponics' started by Sour Wreck, Nov 30, 2017.
This is my mega crop plant.
Not the best representation. I've had problems this grow.
I don’t think I was upgraded. I will check the size I got shipped to Michigan not too long ago.
OK, easy way to tell, 230g bag is silver/mylar type. 90g is all black bag. All customers in USA/Canada should get the upgrade free, let me know! hope you did
You are right sir. I got the silver bag. Thank you so very much.
If MegaCrop is as good as people are saying, GreenLeaf is going to own the market.
Its a good product, easy to use. However, as many people have pointed out, nutrients can be a bit overhyped, and there are lots of other factors for growing (like lighting, environment, air, temps, etc). So we like to think MEGA CROP gives the plant all it needs for nutrients, so the grower can focus on other things. Its really hard as a nutrient company to make it without going through big distributor like Hydrofarm/Sunlight Supply. We are working on that now, trying to get into hydro stores as well...
Look forward to any questions you may have or feedback.
My only advice would be to remember what made you successful -- a good product at a good price.
Once you get sucked into the world of hydro stores, they will tell you to advertise and raise your retail price to improve margins in the channel.
They will say that you're leaving money on the table.
They are full of crap.
Yes, you'll make a little more money in the short run but you'll also create opportunities for competitors.
In other words, your established presence in the market + price/value ratio is a barrier to entry for competition. To get in, they've gotta be better or cheaper. That's how you got in...
I doubt the big hydro stores will be able to carry MC although they should. All the big companies and there multi bottle shenanigans would have a fit if all a grower had to do is buy a one part, dry no less.
If MC and GLN gets too big one of the big companies will buy them out and cancel out the product.
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