Im using advanced nutrients sensi grow and bloom im going to switch to bloom in a day or two wanted to see if some one could help me out with a feeding chart and i wanted to know if some of the nutrients do the same thing and if so what one was better i looked on advanced site and its really crapy and does not have all the info i need im using soil base
Sensi Bloom A&B
Bat GuanO Mexican
and i mite pick up some
if you think i should add something or not use something all input welcome thank you
If you don't understand what's on the website and don't know which of these are duplicates, you do not want to be using 90% of this stuff. Keep it simple til you learn what you're doing.
The AN nutrient calculator looks pretty simple to me. The first menu you pick Sensi 2 Part since that's what you're planning to use for flowering. (You'd pick Sensi Grow to look up the grow feed chart).
The next menu you pick which Grower Level you want to use. If you have questions about which to pick the answer is "Hobbyist". Don't argue, just pick the simplest one. It is infinitely better to use fewer things if you're not familiar with them.
The last menus are pretty simple... Reservoir Size and Metric/Imperial measurements. You can even click back and forth between the measurements if you want to measure out your water in gallons but your nutes in mL. You'd just set it to Imperial, enter the number of gallons in your reservoir into the calculator, then switch it back to Metric to see how many mL to use for that size of res.
That said, err on the side of underfeeding. I would start at half strength and work my way up gradually to ensure I don't burn my plants.
Some people like to hate on Advanced Nutrients, but I like them and I do recommend them for new growers especially since their pH Perfect nutrients came out. It's hard to screw them up and in my experience the Hobbyist level is so rock solid that I'm pretty sure I could train my cat to use it if she had thumbs. I can't remember the last time I checked pH or ppm.