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Golden Tree nutrients!!!!!! well worth the cost!!

Discussion in 'Nutrients' started by keebo3000, Dec 20, 2013.

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    rollitup

    rollitup Forum Admin Staff Member

    You are growing using hydroponics, and you water/feed them once a week? I know that promix/coco retains moisture for a long time, but that is a soil regimen, and you are growing hydro.

    Even when I've grown in rockwool slabs I watered every day or two.

    :mrgreen:
     
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    calzone

    calzone Active Member

    Would love to hear from anyone else using Golden Tree with coco...
     
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    Chunky Stool

    Chunky Stool Well-Known Member

    My last round was GT w/coco.
    Here's the rootball from a black Willie:
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    calzone

    calzone Active Member

    Anyone else using golden tree with coco? Im just trying to get some clarity on the feeding schedule.. I transplanted into 1ltr pots about a week ago and ive been feeding GT at 1/4 strength "everyday", my plants are looking great i just dont want to overfeed them...
     
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    rzza

    rzza Well-Known Member

    It's weird that your video is on their main page lol but I think I'm gonna try it out next run. So for veg you use age old grow and gt and flower you use age old bloom and gt? Is this right?
     
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    Chunky Stool

    Chunky Stool Well-Known Member

    GT kicks butt! Just started week 7.
    (Sorry about HPS tint.)
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    calzone

    calzone Active Member

    I have to agree, the thing i'm most impressed with is how bushy my plants are, i've never seen such tight spacing between the internodes, i'm sure this has to do with GT. Be switching them in 5 Days. Peace image.jpeg
     
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    calzone

    calzone Active Member

    I only just noticed the huge rootball sticking out the bottom! :D
     
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    JayThe HydroGuy

    JayThe HydroGuy Active Member

    I run GT, canna coco A&B, sensi cal mag and canna PK 13/14 with drip line that feed them once a day (twice a day in late bloom) with success. Ive been tweeking my mix but everything is half to 3/4 strength since it is being fed daily (Multi-daily).
     
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    calzone

    calzone Active Member

    Hi Jay. Thats almost identical to my setup mate except il be using bloombastic instead of PK 13/14. I'm not sure i can mix Bloombastic with GT however, as i think they contain some of the same stuff like silica and some bio minerals etc. So i'm thinking i'l feed them on alternate days along with coco a+b and calmag.
    Humboldts Secret have actually released their own PK Booster now (Flower Stacker) and also 'Plant Enzymes' but they are only available in the U.S at the moment. I emailed them and they said they are going to be releasing them in the U.K soon.
     
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    calzone

    calzone Active Member

    Does a drip line equally distribute the water in the coco medium, as in soak all of the coco so there are no dry pockets?
    Currently im hand feeding but i'd love to invest in a drip feed system, its just they seem quite pricey and i want to be sure what im buying..
     
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    dro-man80

    dro-man80 Well-Known Member

    I use Golden Tree and it def works for me..been using it for 2 years now and had success ,,,replaced me using boost at the time...some ppl dont feel paying 100+ for anything and that's fine,to each is own...but GT stays in my regimen,,fwiw,,,
    peace and love:peace::bigjoint:
     
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    calzone

    calzone Active Member

    Hey Guys, is anyone using a PK booster along with Golden Tree? I have bought 100ml of 'Bloombastic' as I know its a really good PK booster but I don't know whether it might contain some of the same ingredients as GT, so I'm wary of mixing them together incase the plants get an overdose of certain nutrients etc ... look forward to hearing opinions :bigjoint: Peace.
     
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    Chunky Stool

    Chunky Stool Well-Known Member

    I've never had a problem mixing nutes with GT. PK boost for my current crop was sea grow bloom + golden tree. They liked it a lot...
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    dro-man80

    dro-man80 Well-Known Member

    I do use a little lower dosage with GT when i am using PK13/14
    I feed my Canna Coco base at about 9ml/gal ---pk13/14 at 3ml/gal and GT at 3ml/gal,,,then work the PK13/14 up to 5ml/gal next rez change...and after 3 rez change i go back to base nutes 10ml//gal and GT at 5ml/gal...Obviously I use a bit of other shit,but hoping you get an idea how I use GT with any Pk booster...hope this made sense,wrote this as I'm drinking my morning joe waking up:peace::bigjoint:
     
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    Chunky Stool

    Chunky Stool Well-Known Member

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    OrganicCanuck

    OrganicCanuck Active Member

    Iv read through the whole thread, and i don't recall anyone referring to the ingredient Potassium Sulfate, as that is what my little bottle says on it. Would makes sense, having that rotten egg smell(sulfur). And the potassium would be the contributing ingredient for the 0.0.2.25 ratio. I have only used it one time, i was worried it was some scam....will try a bit out this run.
     
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    Chunky Stool

    Chunky Stool Well-Known Member

    Potassium sulfate is important during flower. GT raises ph. Might even have some sugar/molasses. They don't list ingredients because they don't want it to be reverse engineered.
    Potassium sulfate is an ingredient in GH Floralicious Plus, which is another good product.
     
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    Cx2H

    Cx2H Well-Known Member

    It works good bit cost to much I have replaced it with Kelp, fish and Potash mix with the a touch of alfalfa tea.
     
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    budman111

    budman111 Well-Known Member

    A seasoned grower will get the max potential out of a plant without this additive.
     
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