Best coco nutes?

Discussion in 'Coco Coir' started by Mstudy88, Jan 30, 2014.

  1. I've been using fox farm, but would like to try something new. What does everybody think is best????

     
  2. I've used House & Garden aqua flakes, and they're great on coco, even though they're designed for hydroponic setups.
     
    I got them for free from a generous hydro store employee though, they may be pricey. It's a 2-part formula, so that's a bit easier.
     
  3. I run House and Gardens Coco line.  I use some of their additives as well as a few other things.  I can't complain one bit, highly impressed. My buddy owns a shop so I get a good deal on it.  I've ran Canna Coco lines as well, and I prefer H&G hands down.  I swear by Roots Excelurator!
     
  4. Can't really say much because I've only used advanced sensi with advanced additives. I can say they work great for me. I also use great white and roots excelerator and that stuff is by far the best thing out.
     
  5. I use H&G aqua flakes also and have great success never had an issue in soil, hydro or coco, in coco I use 1ml less A&B than the nutrient calculator states and have seen no defencencies at all in yield rates, potency or flavor degredation. I also use all the additives, have had controlled tests at 3 independant labs and have seen the differences in yields,terpenes, flavors and potencies, and not for a few strains on everything i've had tested while using additives as directed.
    At the very least get H&G Roots Excellerator it is the best on the market and is amazing stuff, Well Worth The Cost, and man does it cost!
    But very little is needed so it goes a long way. One more tip in coco I always use Drip Clean at recomended rates it keeps salts from building up and aids in the flushing stages, I also use hydroton expanded clay pellets on bottom of my pots just above holes, keeps the coco from washing out.
    Hope this helps a little good luck.
     
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  6. Always used the botanicare nutes and additives...
     
  7. I use modified lucas @ 6m/9b with 2ml calmag, and a little dripclean. Simple, great results.
     
  8. There's something about Botaincare's CocoGro mix and the Fox Farms Nute Trio that seem to work together flawlessly! I am not switching until I have good reason to...
     
  9. I've been happy with the CNS-17 line.
     
  10. ^^^^^ this
     
  11. I was using cns17 and various other fix and match stuff I thought I needed... Recently switched to House&Garden cocos and their entire lineup and couldnt be happier... Cost me about $250 to get it all off of amazon and ebay... But by following their schedule it seems it will last a while...
     
  12. GH Lucas formula with some half strength Kool Bloom weeks 2-4.
     
  13. I like the cns17 line. I don't remember what I paid for it but I know I bought my ppm and ph meter and nutes for about or less than $250. That seems expensive in my opinion. 
     
  14. #14 case22, Aug 16, 2014
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    $250 is expensive. Think of all the soil you could build that would grow water only plants for years to come for $250.  ;) 
     
    Never thought I'd see the day I switched teams. CNS17 will always have its place in my heart, I'll still probably use it on my coco moms. 
     
    But different strokes as they say. I got respect for all forms of growin. 
     
  15. I use flying skull plant products. Have used canna, advanced, h&g and various others. Flying skull by far out performs all of them and cheaper to run.

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