Dyna-Gro vs General Hydroponics (Dumpster Grow)

Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by homebrewer, Aug 17, 2010.

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    cornchi

    cornchi Active Member

    Thanks Homebrewer. I just ran my first cycle on Dyna Gro Grow in promix. 4 ml Grow 2 ml Protekt and half that in veg all with RO water. Excellent results, very impressive. I still flushed for two weeks. I can only give up one thing at a time. I will do half flush, half no flush next time to see the difference.
     
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    cortasetas

    cortasetas New Member

    It Amused me seeing this guy, who worked for NASA and sent an Hydroponic system to space, having DYNA-GRO at his back at 29:15 hahahaha
    [video=youtube;GhTYI3DeNgA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhTYI3DeNgA[/video]
     
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    joe macclennan

    joe macclennan Well-Known Member

    fol. pro and kln :) nice
     
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    R.Raider

    R.Raider Well-Known Member

    Holy shit, 60pages. Can anyone give me a quick summary of the results? I just bought a bottle of Dyna-Gro bloom so I guess I'll see first hand but curious to see how others made out with it. Been using AN 3 part my entire growing career but want to see if I'm missing out on anything from another company.

    Big thanks to the OP of this thread.
     
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    Tempe420

    Tempe420 Active Member

    and at 28:55 he has the 3 part GH so don't get too excited
     
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    scuba.420

    scuba.420 Member

    What is Lucas here people saying it just confused what it is
     
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    homebrewer

    homebrewer Well-Known Member

    'Lucas' is referring to a popular feeding schedule where the GH 3-part is used. It's something like 8 bloom and 16 Micro, I personally think it's a great way to burn the sh*t out of your plants. Google it for more info.
     
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    joe macclennan

    joe macclennan Well-Known Member

    all roads can lead to the land of milk and honey....just some have less detours and distractions.
     
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    fandango

    fandango Well-Known Member

    Been growing in soil....now I will give hydro a run,seems to save 17 days of flower time,Dyna grow here I come.
     
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    homebrewer

    homebrewer Well-Known Member

    Flowering in hydro wont save much time, if any, over soil/dirt. Maybe 5 days on a 10 week strain?
     
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    fandango

    fandango Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the reply,
    Funny that all our stains always take 77 days or more?than I read about hydro guys clipping the buds down in 60 days?
    We have indica,hybrid,and sativa growing in soil.

    Ps....sure did enjoy the past 2 days reading your dyna grow series...good job there
     
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    taGyo

    taGyo Well-Known Member

    Really? I thought you saved the time in veg. Or is that 10 week of flower?
     
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    homebrewer

    homebrewer Well-Known Member

    It does speed up veg and will save a few days on the flower side too.
     
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    Mad Mardigan

    Mad Mardigan Member

    Good read and thank you.
    Going to check out your other grows now

    MM
     
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    Ingvar

    Ingvar New Member

    Holy smokes.. took most of the day to read the entire thread.. but incredibly useful to a knowledge-thirsty newbie like me. Thank you homebrewer for all this work!

    Sadly for me, I'm still unclear about the feeding dosages. The chart below shows a dosage schedule that most people have found to be too aggressive, did I understand that correctly? It also recommends dosage changes but you achieve great results by using the same ratio throughout, right?

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    The setup I'm working with is dtw with coco for medium. How should I be rationing out the ingredients in veg and flowering stages? The switching between PPMs & EC and then the ml/g measurements throughout the thread confused me, thanks in advance for your help!
     
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    homebrewer

    homebrewer Well-Known Member

    Foliage Pro from start to finish is all you'll need. Protekt is not needed but it's beneficial. I'd start with their recommend maintenance dose (1/2 tsp/gal?) and tweak from there.
     
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    Tfcinc1

    Tfcinc1 New Member

    I've been running dynagro with great results in coco. I use 2ml per gal of protekt. 3ml calmag and 4ml of dynagro grow. I feed this veg through flower. Comes out to about 550ppm with my tap being about 110 of that. I seem to have issues with it building up overtime and always do a flush after about 10 weeks of veg and I have to flush after about 4 weeks of flower depending on strain. How Could I alter my feeding so a flush during flower wouldn't be necessary? Any input would be appreciated. Also, I'd like to thank home brewer for guiding me towards dynagro products. It's all I've ever used.
     
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    Ingvar

    Ingvar New Member

    Thanks man! I was actually wrong about the medium - it's not coco, it is Sunshine #4. Does that change your recommendation at all? Why Foliage Pro and not Grow?
     
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    swedsteven

    swedsteven Well-Known Member

    I use grow to they entire flowering cycle with no issue only happy plant but i start to add some bc grow 1-3-6 as boost .I found that the taste become more sweet .maybe cause the high p of dynagro .I use 1ml per litter of dyna grow and I boost my ppm to 900 with bc grow 1-3-6 for the last 4 week taste way better . I was thinking maybe is the amoniac in the n of dyna gro or the p ?
     
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    homebrewer

    homebrewer Well-Known Member

    Yep! My recommendation is still the same but you can't go wring with either grow or foliage pro. In my experience, FP is a better performer but by only a slight margin.
     

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