Free Nutrient Samples?

Discussion in 'Hydroponics / Aeroponics' started by C.Indica, Jun 25, 2011.

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    C.Indica

    C.Indica Well-Known Member

    How do you guys get all those crazy promo deals?
    I'm very broke right now, and food is more important than the ladies, but I need
    to get my hands on some bloom fert.

    If I like the company I'll keep buying it, but until then, where do I start?
    I'm not picky, and any help is accepted, but if at all possible I like liquids more than solids.

    Thanks:leaf:
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    tip top toker

    tip top toker Well-Known Member

    First guess would be to email all the nute companies and ask them if they would be willing to send you some samples. Always a good idea to mention that you wish to compare them to the current brand you work with, even if you have no other nutes, as you say, makes em think that if they pass some nutes out they'll end up with a regular customer.

    Although given how much money can be had off the plants once they're grown, i'd just buy a big bag of pasta and use $20 of food money and just buy the nutes :)
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    C.Indica

    C.Indica Well-Known Member

    Thanks, your first guess will be my first effort.
    Next question; Any recommended companies I should try first?

    I hear alot about peters, but do they send out trials? Or are they more family based?

    Hahaha, I'm sitting here with $5 in my pocket.
    But at least I have veggies, bread, and I can always bake.
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    tip top toker

    tip top toker Well-Known Member

    Stop buying those expensive veggies and you'll ahve some nutes before you know it :D If you find biobizz, they sell em for about $10 per part, and you only need the one part for vegging, and then get the bloom part later on :)

    If you're after free nutes i'd just take anything offered, on the whole it'll all work. Beggars can't be choosers is the phrase i was bought up on. Glad to think my parents saw me as a child and not some random bum :D
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    C.Indica

    C.Indica Well-Known Member

    Naw fool I garden haha.
    Got green onions, potatoes, Chocolate & Mojito Mint, Tomatoes, Sunflower, Sugar Snap Peas, Jalapenos, Bell Peppers, Cuban Oregano, Watermelon, and Cucumber.

    The watermelons hate it up here though haha.


    I was definately going to accept whatever I am given, but was just wondering if you had any recommendations on where to start.
    Biobizz eh? I'll look for it, but the local hydro guru up here is a ripoff.

    I'll start emailing later today hopefully.
    Oh and I use soil by the way.
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    kyoinidaho

    kyoinidaho Active Member

    get on facebook and look up hydroponix, they're actually giving away sample packs right now...they say they'll ship em to "your favorite hydroponic store", but my CLOSEST hydro store is an 8-hour one-way trip, i emailed a nice lady by the name of elizabeth, and she said she'd ship the sample pack directly to my house!

    here's the link!

    http://www.facebook.com/hydroponix?ref=ts
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    C.Indica

    C.Indica Well-Known Member

    Yo I don't have a facebook..
    Does she have a direct E-Mail?

    Nevermind, if you go to the facebook page, click on their link to the website, and go to Contact Us, you will find a phone number, fax, and email.

    Thanks for the help, hope this helps others as well.
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    Clown Baby

    Clown Baby Well-Known Member

    you should get a job....lol

    Foxfarm sells 1part nutes that are pretty cheap and work well.

    Grow big for veg and tiger bloom for flower.
    Big bud is just a bunch of organic shit with microbes, not really necessary. Especially if you're using h2o2.....
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    tip top toker

    tip top toker Well-Known Member

    In future, just remember that you've probably some local folk who would be more than happy to purchase some nicely grown home produce. Man if i lived near you i'd chuck you bottles of nutrients for a box of parnsips :) whoooooooo yeah! Roast em! to honey glaze or not though that would be my only question. You have it going damned good if you've got veggies growing :) that's my dream life conclusion, self-sufficient on my land fat as can be :D maybe not fat but fed to belching :D In the UK there is currently a case where a couple bought a field, became self sufficient, and now the conucils trying to forcefully evict them from their legally owned field because they're working the land... madness.
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    C.Indica

    C.Indica Well-Known Member

    I can't even answer that safely without much much forseen raging.
    So I will simply say; Food is more important than fertilizer.

    God your avatar is creepy, I'm having trouble keeping a clear head posting.
    If I had money I would buy something nice.
    I don't. Sorry.

    And don't ever say "organic shit" again.
    Also I don't use HydroPeroxide.
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    C.Indica

    C.Indica Well-Known Member

    I love you, just that attitude and desire.
    Perfect.

    A lot of people on this website are gangsta shiet who don't care about anything but drugs, namely cannabis.
    You seem like a down to earth cat.
    I hate money, I wish trading still occured.
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    PakaloloHui

    PakaloloHui Active Member

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    C.Indica

    C.Indica Well-Known Member

    Thanks, I don't buy any magazines, but if I find a copy then I'll pick it up.
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    PakaloloHui

    PakaloloHui Active Member

    He has many vidz that he shows links to. this is just one vid. and if you were to goto their website instead of using the mag. e-mail and ask and they will respond. I have many of those products on the way, and I don't buy mags either.
    If you want free stuff then i have given you your answer. Watch the vidz. pause and write down the notes and don't be afraid to send an e-mail to some of the sites. It works and I am greatful for this guy passing on the info. in his video's.
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    C.Indica

    C.Indica Well-Known Member

    Thanks a ton!
    I didn't realize how in depth his guidance got, I will check it out for sure later today.
    I'm slightly busy right now for the most part but I'll be writing emails like a madman.

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