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I own a hydro/growshop how can I be of assistance?

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by oh really???, Dec 6, 2017.

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    oh really???

    oh really??? Well-Known Member

    Years ago I joined RIU and people helped me refine my growing skills. Since then I have started hundreds of grows and oversaw over 500,000 watts of growing power. I have owned my shop for over ten years and help people everyday with their growing needs. I have not only my own experience but the experience of thousands of other growers that I have helped. Currently I run 3 grows: 16,000 watt DE grow and 2-10,000 watt SE grows. I have done hydro and soiless, CO2, and sealed. Now I spend more time with my kids and grows and my wife runs the shop. So here I am back on RIU after several years of growing and baby making. I can hook you up with advice and equipment and make your grow successful. So how can I help?
     
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    macsnax

    macsnax Well-Known Member

    Right on that's cool man. Can I ask what I'm looking at in your avatar? Looks like some kind of weird fungus.
     
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    Daveindiego

    Daveindiego Well-Known Member

    House and Garden. Good or no?
     
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    oh really???

    oh really??? Well-Known Member

    HAHAHAHAHAHA years ago my wife and I were travelling to Vancouver BC for 4/20 and we stopped in Seattle. she had to use the restroom and we went into some building and this glass art piece was in the lobby. I think it looks like artsy trichomes.
     
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    oh really???

    oh really??? Well-Known Member

    Nutrients are only as good as the grower. I know guys who use alpaca poo and do soil tests on their outside crops with fantastic results. I used AN when they first came out but didn't know what I know now and paid the price literally. Currently because I own the store I use a little of everything. Let me clarify...I use a base grow(veg) and bloom(flower) fertilizer and cherry pick all the other supplements. Like carbs/silica/amino/kelp/bennies/alfalfa meal/brewers yeast/fulvichumic...and the list goes on.

    to answer your question, yes H&G are solid nutrients. just never get fooled over the hype. All these companies are trying to make money. Feel free to call them up and ask why would you use their product over another and do your research.

    The one thing I will not do without are bloom boosters/carbs/bennies(also Mammoth P) and hygeia hydration.
     
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    Daveindiego

    Daveindiego Well-Known Member

    I’m having a lot of trouble from Week 6 on. Way too much plant yellowing.
     
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    oh really???

    oh really??? Well-Known Member

    What nutrients are using? And what information can I help you with?
     
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    Daveindiego

    Daveindiego Well-Known Member

    I’m growing indoors in coco under 600w.

    House and garden nutrients.
    6 ml Base Coco A/B
    2 ml Bud Xl
    2 ml Cal Mag
    And my problems seem to start when I introduce
    3 ml Top Booster for Week 6
    1.5 to 3 ml Top Shooter for Week 7 and 8.

    ph balanced to 6.0.

    My flower is turning dry and crispy with full loss of sugar leaves, as well as yellowing/dying/falling off fan leaves.

    I’m using half recommendation on the H&G nutrients.
     
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    oh really???

    oh really??? Well-Known Member

    Are you using a pH meter?
     
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    Daveindiego

    Daveindiego Well-Known Member

    Yeah, sure.

    I should probably recalibrate it.
     
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    nevergoodenuf

    nevergoodenuf Well-Known Member

    @Daveindiego H&G is the first nutrient line that I have always run at full strength without problems. Even with tap water. They may just be hungry?
     
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    Daveindiego

    Daveindiego Well-Known Member

    Someone made an interesting point yesterday.

    The feed chart recommendations are made for 1000w lights, and if you’re using 600w or 400w that you should dial back accordingly.

    If I mixed up H&G at their recommendation, I’d be over 2000ppm.
     
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    Bugeye

    Bugeye Well-Known Member

    Water is ro? Not going through a salt based water conditioner?
     
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    nevergoodenuf

    nevergoodenuf Well-Known Member

    Wow, I usually see a high of 1300ppm, but I do use, maybe, 2/3 with the boosters.
     
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    Daveindiego

    Daveindiego Well-Known Member

    pH balanced tap water.
     
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    Daveindiego

    Daveindiego Well-Known Member

    There is now way I’m achieving that.
     
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    IndicaDogo

    IndicaDogo Active Member

    Wow it's really cool of you to offer your resources and experience!
     
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    mr sunshine

    mr sunshine Well-Known Member

    Give me a major discount on all your shit.
     
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    Dynamo626

    Dynamo626 Well-Known Member

    yes should regularly check ph meter calibration. guy had a problem last week. swore it wasn't ph. after talking with him awhile found out he had his ph pen 6 months and never checked his calibration and he stored it dry between testings..... face palm lol. was back a few days ago. his pen tested ph7.01 at 5.5.
     
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    oh really???

    oh really??? Well-Known Member

    I’ll do what I can I get the same stuff all the other shops do. What do you want?
     

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