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Not Bat Shit Crazy About Organics

Discussion in 'Nutrients' started by Eat Led, Jan 16, 2018.

    Eat Led

    Eat Led New Member

    I mistakenly bought some FoxFarm organic shit not knowing it is organic.
    I don't care too much about fertilizer used to grow weeds. Miracle Grow worked well enough.

    Not a fan of these bat shit crazy organic fanatics. Why would I want bat shit on my pot when I can use harmless chemicals. Hate the organic bullshit house of cards.

    These creepy organic folks have got people thinking glyphosate is toxic. I'd rather eat glyphosate than bat shit.

    I love GMO too. Does Monsanto have anything? I like Monsanto. Bayer not so much, old time Heroin pushers.

    What about FloraNova Grow & Bloom?
    Looking for Chemical Fertilizer and Minerals in one bottle. Like an improve MG.
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    MichiganMedGrower Well-Known Member

    Botanicare Kind Trio. The base is just calcium nitrate and the rest is in the Grow and bloom bottles. Includes seaweed extract for added micronutrients.

    You can adjust the calcium and nitrogen this way. I only needed the base and grow and tapered off the base during ripening in a potting soil container grow. Came out fantastic.

    The grow mixed to directions is a 3-1-2 ratio and bloom is 4-6-6. Perfect for hydro. Mixes clear and easily.

    SSGrower Well-Known Member

    Philip Morris was working on something.

    AnimalMother1974 Active Member

    Ive never tried them yet, but Jack's 20-10-20 citrus and 10-30-20 bloom seem like good products to intermix for veg and flower. And you can use it with tap water and not have a calcium overdose. If you use distilled or RO water then I say go with Dyna-gro

    ANC Well-Known Member

    Organic is a nearly useless term, what most people think of when they hear organics, is biodynamics.
    The fact that something is of organic origin is of little importance. There is only one periodic table.
    Biodynamic fertilizing relies on the soil life to break down the remains of things that died as well as taking from minerals in the soil as opposed to pharmaceutic fertilizers.

    Personally, I don't mind starting a plant on hard salts, eventually planting the coco plug out into soil pots. Watering the soil part with organics and teas, and watering the coco inner plug with any leftover fertilizer mix from the indoor grow. It all works. I do enjoy the smoke of plants where I taper off the salts and up the teas etc towards the end.
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    Eat Led

    Eat Led New Member

    Are you always this helpful? Thanks but no thanks for your helplessness.
    Eat Led

    Eat Led New Member

    Thanks for your reply. We are on the same page, kind of. I think the entire organic industry is useless. They are like religion using scare tactics for profit.

    churchhaze Well-Known Member

    Technically, miracle grow is organic too because its main ingredient is synthetic urea, which is organic.

    xtsho Well-Known Member

    That's interesting. Vitagrow is a three part nutrient I've been using for years.
    One part is Calcium Nitrate, Another is the micronutrients, and the other is monopottasium phosphate for bloom. I looked at the ingredients of Kind and they are very similar. Not much difference in the NPK when mixed, etc... It's basically the same stuff in VitaGrow but with fancy packaging and more expensive. I'm sure it works fine.
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