Greenleaf Nutrients MEGA CROP giveaway, Part 2: September Edition

Discussion in 'In It To WIN It' started by GreenleafNutrients, Sep 2, 2017.


    rkymtnman Well-Known Member

    just a shout out to these guys. they have been super helpful and super fast dealing with my shipping disaster thanks to the USPS.

    good customer service is a hallmark of a good company.

    clouds Well-Known Member

    looks like a good product i wonder if it can ship to canada

    GreenleafNutrients Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    hi Clouds

    Yes, we do ship to Canada, here is some price estimator for 21.7lb bag

    For the 21.7lb bag (9.9kg), its about $46 to Canada, which comes out to about $2/lb. However, it is still a really good value, since the 1 bag makes estimated 2500 Gallons, it should still come out less expensive than competitors even if you were to buy it locally at a hydro shop.

    Long term goal we would also like to supply Hydro shops in Canada, but its quite a bit country anyways and many people are outside of driving distance! So it might not be a solution anyways, direct shipping works pretty well, it includes Tracking and takes about 1 week from California.

    clouds Well-Known Member

    thank you for the info im going to see if i can find it local

    ZeroTrousers Well-Known Member

    One day I'll have to buy a small (5lb) bag to try it. :)

    GreenleafNutrients Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    its not available locally in Canada currently, maybe at some point in the future it will be.

    clouds Well-Known Member

    ok will online it is thank you for saving me a trip
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    GreenleafNutrients Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    ok, will be announcing yesterdays winners also in a few minutes!

    GreenleafNutrients Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    hi clouds. I didn't see you enter. Which size bag would like you enter to win? 22lb, 2300g, or small one?

    GreenleafNutrients Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    Petro, I have 2 entries for you, small and big bag. Which do you want to be your entry?

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    CoB_nUt Well-Known Member

    Got my Bag in!!!!! Now I just have to 1. learn how to use it (compared to jack's+calcint @600ppm) 340 of the hydro and 260 of the c-nit. 2. Sequester a test clone and give the mega crop a full run veg - flower handwatered.Can't introduce a new nute line to my system just yet. My veg and flower tents run off One main feed res that feeds each tent's individual res. My input stays the same each res reads different of course.

    @greenleaf I may be pm'ing you a few questio s if that's ok. I've visited the site and nutritent calculator, I'm still a bit green to alla that.

    ps. I should've gotten the big bag. argh!

    GreenleafNutrients Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    hey Cob, if you are already using 600ppm Jack's, I would use our Feeding Schedule, but switch to the "PPM" tab and find the amount that gives you 600ppm.

    I just used it, and found about 6.6 grams per Gallon would match Jack's 600ppm schedule. Although I am not sure if you are basing that on the meter or calculated elemental ppm reading? That sounds like a good dose for flowering, for veg you could lower it a bit, to 4.5g per Gallon if you wanted.
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    ChaosHunter Well-Known Member

    It has been killing it in Veg, flipping to flower early to see how it does.

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    CoB_nUt Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the reply. Yes, that is the metered ppm. I'll do a bit of homework tomfind out the elemental ppms of jack's @340 and [email protected] Thanks Greenleaf!
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    driel Well-Known Member

    I need to bite the bullet and pay that international shipping for the bigger bag lol. Tried the sampler pack and it worked really well for several different strains.

    Tx-Peanutt Well-Known Member

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    GreenleafNutrients Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    we are working hard to get stores to stock around the world! Australia will be carrying it soon, and 1 shop in UK also.
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    It's not oregano Well-Known Member

    That's great news, I would definitely buy some if I could pay Uk postage. For the small amount I would use a year it isn't cost effective to ship from the US, even a small amount. That is why I gave the sample bag I won to a grower in the US.

    GreenleafNutrients Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    yeah, the smaller sizes make it less cost effective for overseas purchase. You still need to do a full cost comparison, for example total cost for making 200Liters of nutrients, and compare that to store bought products vs MEGA CROP + shipping cost. Since usually the hydro store brands require several different supplements they can end up being more expensive even without shipping.
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