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Mykos vs non mykos.

Discussion in 'Nutrients' started by Crash_420, Dec 2, 2017.


    Crash_420 Active Member

    Im starting a journal to show the growth and weight differenves between plants grown with mykos and without mykos. The strains i will be running are deathstar diesel and a bagseed "grape ape" (unsure of genetics just smells like grape). All of my plants were cutting taken of flowering plants, they were stuck into a fish tank until roots started showing then transfered to coco mixed with mykos. Im going to be switching up nutrients here soon, currently running cocotek will be picking up an organic bassd line shortly. 20171129_134111.jpg 20171129_134116.jpg The girls up front are my control (non mykos), and the girl in back have mykos. Excuse the poor health of my clones, fish tank ph is a little off.
    leather lungs

    leather lungs Well-Known Member

    Good luck

    vostok Well-Known Member

    I'm thinking why's this in the advanced forum ..?

    then I relize you are trying to reveg cutts in the hope they will become clones

    with some type of shitty control test going on with an OG and bagseed as mediums

    then theirs the mykos ...???

    what the fuck ???

    dude is overthinking here

    just grow the weed

    good luck

    waterproof808 Well-Known Member

    It is a fact that mycorrhizae will benefit plants...not really something that needs to be tested at this point in time.

    I highly recommend Buildasoil's "endo myco mix" over any other myco product with a name brand on it. It is cheaper and just as effective, if not more, than everything else on the market. There is basically only 2 companies in the US that actually produce Mycorrhizae and everyone else just rebrands it.
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    Crash_420 Active Member

    Im not making this thread to see if they work, im making this thread to see how well it works. I want to have numbers i can look at, as well as others.

    Odin* Well-Known Member

    You won’t gain anything from this. What has been suggested is “learn to grow first, experiment later”. Those plants look like they are knocking on deaths door. More than ph going on there.

    Good luck.

    Crash_420 Active Member

    Update despite the hate, deathstar is healthily reveging, mykos plant about twice the rate as the non myko. Grape is not showing reveg signs yet. 20171205_150808.jpg

    Crash_420 Active Member

    Update, as you can tell the growth amd leaf size is nearly doubled on the deathstar, and the grape bs is showing first good signs of reveg. Had to move the girls to a less than optimial spot in my hps room so i could move the flowering ones inside to finish. Weather finally dropped low enough for me to be forced to close my tents down. 20171210_202926.jpg 20171210_203014.jpg
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    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    Cool adding these Mykos to my soil this next grow from what I see they seem to be helping
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    PhenoMenal Well-Known Member

    I just wish there were more side-by-side comparative grows. Thanks for sharing the experiment! :)
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    Dabber68 Well-Known Member


    ANC Well-Known Member

    Revegging can be fun.
    My one harvested plant is making new shoots after I cut off all her branches to dry.

    Crash_420 Active Member

    Again this test wasnt to show if mykos work, it was to show how well they work. So that being said 20171213_230950.jpg 20171213_230957.jpg once the plants reach a reasonable size and are completely vegging again i will be putting them into flower. Obviously the deathstar is much farther ahead than the grape so we will be putting them into flower much sooner. But being a long flowering sativa, may still finish around the much shorter flowering grape. As for now the mykos plants are 2-3 times farther along then the non mykos.
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    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    I meant to ask how did you apply them and when. Like b4 you transplanted or when you transplanted

    Crash_420 Active Member

    I mixed the myko granular mix with the coco, a lil extra in the hole with the roots. You can see the fuzzy from the fungi in the corner of the pot. They were in fish tank water before that so no mykos before hand. The plants have been in coco since 11/27
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    ANC Well-Known Member

    It is very important the mycorrhizae makes contact with the roots it needs to infect.
    I have to find a local source of a water-soluble form still. I just have the stuff that looks like grains of sand with the spores on.
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    Crash_420 Active Member

    Thats the same stuff im using, any mykos product should tell you how to be used. Extreme gardening had a water soluble mix on Amazon
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    Dabber68 Well-Known Member

    Just put mine in soil and watered letting it set overnight and popping some beans

    RetiredGuerilla Well-Known Member

    Rooting young buds is fun to play around with. They have a lot of phosphorus present so they root easy. I rooted one from a indoor plant and maintained the flowering schedule as it grew on my patio table in a small pot. Put in a dark closet every afternoon and chopped it about 4 weeks later. It grew into the prettiest little 8 inch bud you ever saw covered in trikes with a high calyx to leaf ratio. Looked cool as shit too.

    ANC Well-Known Member

    If you get mycorrhizae, put some in the baggie with the seeds and shake it up a bit. It works even better if they are infected right from germination.
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