I will be using the Dr Earth Dry Nutes for this next run
I have been using these dry nutes for years with my outdoor gardens and everything loved it.
Why stick to bottled nutes just cuz I have them when I can run an easier setup with a 30 day feed schedule
versus dealing with damn ph fluctuations and lockouts
On another note: This will also make things simpler when I go on vacation again and not have to deal with nute feeding but rather use a simpler auto water method. All I need to do is keep the ph in check and that is it. No fussin around with bottled nutes or hoping my girls live until I get back home. I love growing but I also love traveling and exploring and with bottled nutes it seems next to impossible to do both.
Another thing that is a strong benefit to this sort of nutrient regiment is that it is ANIMAL SAFE. I have so many animals on my property and the last thing I would ever want to do is to harm them by spraying something that is unsafe for them. If it isn't safe for animals then why the hell would we want to put it on something we are growing for smoke, food or otherwise? People and pet safe is a win win in my book.
I came across these the other night in a insomnia binge searching for an American source for Gaia Green Organics- dry amendments. My reading and research found Dr. Earth to be comparable. Thanks for the info in the video.
Has anyone else grown using Dr Earth dry nutes before? I love the product personally. The only thing I cannot source locally yet is their soil mixes but I know I can talk to the right managers to get that ironed out. Source locally and spend locally if possible.
Sending positive growers karma out to everyone,