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  1. Awesome video. I was using General Hydroponics, but I'm about to swap to Blue Planets Organic farmers pride line for my next grow. I didnt like the idea of feeding my plants salt based nutrients. Yet to test it out though

  2. @420grow let's say you only use half that a gallon jug for 1 feeding, in 3 or 4 days when you go to use the other half of the jug do you have to or would you ph the jug again or trust that it should be the same 6.3 when you first mixed it??

  3. Thanks from Canada I was way under mixing my nutrients past 4 grows . I was only giving them 1/3 of what they were supposed to get which cost me alot . Hopefully now I can grow alot better thanks brother

  4. Awesome video! I personally don't wait time before adding the nutrients and I've had the best luck simply using 3 part Flora and Cal-Mag+ with Armor Si. I'm a fan of keeping things simple and adding the least amount of products possible while still obtaining satisfactory results.

  5. This is high frequency fertigation. If you are just learning, be warned that although coco is a popular medium for beginners, it requires more of your time and nutrients than soil. If you use organic or organic base nutrients(Fox Farm) get big bottles.

  6. so i wanna get started growing and I've been doing my research so essentially ppm and ec or the same except ec is more accurate and I basically use it to determine how much nutrients my plant gets to avoid nutrient deficiency or nutrient burn? my concern was adjusting the ppm/ec would throw off the nutrients but i guess that the point huh?

  7. Hey Dr Coco, hope you see this.,

    I have 2 very important questions that I can't find the answers to anywhere.

    1) If you have already buffered your Coco with Cal/mag solution, must you still add the same amount of cal/mag that you have stipulated in the feeding chart or should it be less (like half/a quarter)?

    2) Should your water be filled with nutrients every time you water your plants, or should it be like a 1:1 schedule (as in 1 with nutrients and then 1 without) or maybe a 3:1 schedule (3 times watering with nutrients and then 1 without)?

    Regards

  8. Hi. As a beginner I am really glad I found you guys. I went to my local hydro.store, and bougth Optical cal mag, Ph down, Flora Bloom, Micro and Gro..plus one bottle of Overdrive and another of BIG Bud. The last botlle I doutb that maybe I may have spent my money more cleverly. Please what are your quick thoutgh? Sorry for my english.

  9. Of ypur useing the single calibration ph wands you need to take special care of them. The 2 solution calibration ph wands are cheaper and work better… Way less sencitive to drops in water or on the ground. And they stay tuned longer. I need to calibrate mine now that I think of it.

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