AN to Remo

Discussion in 'Hydroponics / Aeroponics' started by hempisphere, Dec 2, 2018.

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    hempisphere

    hempisphere Member

    Im finishing current flowering with the regiment I started (AN) but for next runs im switching to the Remo lineup.
    Thoughts? Who has made the switch? Also, will I have to monitor my pH more than I have been with the AN pH perfect recipee? I used to check pH lots, but with AN I've noticed it is as promised, always right on. Can I expect the same with Remo?
     
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    shawnery

    shawnery Well-Known Member

    Not the question but can I suggest moving to much cheaper dry nutes. I've moved over to Masterblend but there is tons of info on jacks professional hydro nutes.
     
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    CikaBika

    CikaBika Well-Known Member

    you have to adjust ph with Remo
     
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    hempisphere

    hempisphere Member

    Ty.
    Does it seem to stay stable once you've hit it? I guess that has a lot to do with res size.
     
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    CikaBika

    CikaBika Well-Known Member

    Doesnt that depents on whit what you lower ph?? I'm assuming you grow hydro, and I'm talking about soil.. Let Somebody smarter chip in..
     
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    shawnery

    shawnery Well-Known Member

    I don't use remo but unless it states it stabilizes ph it most likely doesn't.
     
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    myke

    myke New Member

    I’m new so take it as you will. Having ph stabilizers in the mix will hide potential problems at least that’s my take.ph tells you what’s going on. Spending extra $ to have stablizers is just a waste imo. Plenty of brands out there that are reasonable in price. You add ph down to your top up water then let it sit for 24 hrs.
    Just my thoughts.
     
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    shawnery

    shawnery Well-Known Member

    I agree! Yiu should allow your solution to start at 5.8 and work it's way up to 6.2 and then start again.
     
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    hempisphere

    hempisphere Member

    Thanks guys, Remo is on order. I've wanted to try it for a while and now is the time.
    Anyone got pics of a Remo crop?
     
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    hempisphere

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    shawnery

    shawnery Well-Known Member

    Interested in hearing the results considering the price tag for this stuff. I thought AN was pricey and this stuff knocks that price out of the ballpark.

    Good luck!
     
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