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Info on mixing your own nutrients

Discussion in 'Nutrients' started by keepittrucckn420, Nov 16, 2017.

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    keepittrucckn420

    keepittrucckn420 Well-Known Member

    Does any one have any experience on mixing your own nutrients from powder? What kind of dry powders and ratios? Also Where are some places online to find the items.
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    look no
    further than ecolabs
    we were getting custom and individual powder nutes from him for decades. its easier to just tell him what you want and let him mix it, or choose one of his custom blends, I suggest tropical. tough to ph, watch for that.
     
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    xtsho

    xtsho Well-Known Member

    I use Vitagrow https://www.vitagrow.com/ It's a three part nutrient line which is just part A micronutrients, part B calcium nitrate, and part C monopotassium phosphate. I typically just follow the directions on the label but you can easily adjust the ratios.
    You can get water soluble fertilizer compounds here https://customhydronutrients.com/dry-water-soluble-fertilizer-compounds-inorganic-salts-c-1.html
    With regards to mixing your own and the ratios there is plenty of information available online. This site has quite a bit of information http://saltsmarts.com/
     
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    churchhaze

    churchhaze Well-Known Member

    I get most of my stuff from cropking.com, but look for the best deals you can find.
     
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    keepittrucckn420

    keepittrucckn420 Well-Known Member

    Thanks guys I've been looking and found some good stuff much appreciated!
     
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    ruwtz

    ruwtz Well-Known Member

    I've been with customhydronutrients.com for a while now and couldn't be happier. Inexpensive dry salts, organics, and amendments... and shipping isn't too bad either.

    Full articulation of feed is a huge bonus when fixing problems or meeting specific feeding needs.

    Use something like hydrobuddy if you're wanting to dial it in for each fertilizer, or do like I did and just experiment to see what works. Its a lot of work but i'm glad I did it; I do NOT miss buying expensive bottles of water!
     
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