420 gardening, mixing nutrients maintaining my garden

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420 gardening, mixing nutrients maintaining my gardenI had a few problems with my garden so I went and had a chat with Justin from Green Planet Nutrients about my issues. Changing bulbs and feeding my plants for better growth with this new HP…


  1. WelcomeHome76 says:

    The manufacture says that 20ml/gallon will increase your PPM by 400ppm.
    You mentioned that you are 630ppm when you finished mixing your batch.
    That seems low. Of course you did say that the container you were using
    held 160ml which means that you used less than 20ml a gallon. Forgive me
    for saying this but when was the last time you calibrated/clean your
    probe? I know that when using probes that sit in nute solution, they can
    become inaccurate over time as particles become attached to the sensors.

  2. Bcuz77 says:

    Your videos rock John.. I learn something new every time i watch…Thank

  3. WelcomeHome76 says:

    lmoa, that is a massive airstone! You mentioned that is a 50 liter tote.
    However it is not full so it really has 40 liters? Since you are using
    organics nute burn is probably not an issue, however you could be saving
    20% of your nutrient cost.

  4. WelcomeHome76 says:

    Good technique using the box to hold the bulb. You did that hella quick.

  5. WelcomeHome76 says:

    How are you diffusing the CO2 in your room?

  6. Marcos Olivo says:

    Thats a sweet shirt

  7. WelcomeHome76 says:

    John, I was looking up the Massive product. The manufacture recommends that
    you cut back your base nutes by 20%. I’m a little annoyed that I can’t
    readily find the complete ingredient list of the green planet products. I
    was trying to look up that word that you mentioned. tri something. Could
    you direct me to that information? Anyways, the product claims to increase
    the plants capacity to absorb CO2. Do I need to increase my CO2 levels
    then? Or is it just more efficient with the CO2 already present? I like
    watching hot girls as much as the next guy but her informational video was
    not very informative. I’ll watch it again just to make sure I didn’t miss
    anything though 😉 

  8. WelcomeHome76 says:

    I was gonna say…Why is John gardening without smoking a joint? lol It is
    always good to get the math out the way before lighting up. ;)

  9. WelcomeHome76 says:

    Please tell us more about the Bug be gone product. I was looking it up but
    there are a few. I’m assuming it is organic. It is kinda shocking that it
    messed up your fan leaves that badly. I don’t have that problem with
    azomax. Maybe because you sprayed with the lights on? For some products
    that can make a difference.

  10. WelcomeHome76 says:

    Why does the zyme come in a capsule. If I need 1/2 a cap I’m suppose to
    break it open? I like the powder version better.

  11. Cannabinol Connoisseur says:

    Thank you very much, very informational!

  12. Johny R says:

    I think your deficiencies maybe due to the pots not staying moist enough
    pal,have you read my other comments on your other videos that maybe useful,
    but I don’t think thats the answer here,if you allow the media to dry, wet
    to dry method,the pots become toxic with salts quickly but is also easy to
    wash.Basically coco likes to stay moist, and fed through the centre
    daily,like hydro,it is soiless media, so I guess it enjoys replenishing
    with fresh nutes regularly, peace bro

  13. WelcomeHome76 says:

    Great video! I was looking forward to you sharing your nut regimen. I wish
    it was under better circumstances i.e. your garden was healthy, lol.
    However I learn the most when the solving the eventual problems that arise
    from trying new methods. A quick thought, have you thought of mixing your
    nuts in a smaller container of water before adding it to your res? Usually
    not a prob for me but I notice when using certain powders that premixing in
    water before adding seems to produce a more homogenous solution and reduce
    the clumping that occasionally happens.

  14. WelcomeHome76 says:

    You said you feed/water/water. I usually feed/water. Maybe not so
    important in veg but maybe push it a little during peak bloom? I also add
    zyme, sugars, calcium, fulvic acid, wetting agent, super thrive (i know old
    school), a small pinch of Epson salts, and a kelp extract during the water
    cycle. I know it sounds like a lot but I reduce the recommended ml of
    calcium by .5. My PPM are less than 200 with RO water. Only for coco
    though. I would drop the calcium fro the peat based promix.

  15. WelcomeHome76 says:

    Bro, you talking about your accident and seeing you push around those nutes
    bottles makes me wince. We need to get you some pumps on those bottles.
    Just squirt into a measuring glass as needed. Also I buy the 5 gallons too
    but I transfer to my 1 gallons as needed. Not trying to shake a 5 gallon
    container any more than I need to. Use a funnel from the dollar store (do
    they got those in Canada? j/k) I usually wait til I got a friend to help
    but in a pinch I duct tape the funnel to the 1 gallon, brace it between a
    few bricks so it wont tip over and make sure that I don’t put the weight of
    the 5 gallon on the funnel on the 1 gallon. Also pouring from the side
    seems to create a smoother pour for me. Works better for rectangular
    bottles. For the square like 5 gallon containers, I pour from the corner
    of the bottle.

  16. John Berfelo says:
  17. WelcomeHome76 says:

    I was wondering if I would notice a difference. Wow what a difference!
    Just think you were using the same amount of electricity. Now you getting
    your $s worth. That is why I am always replacing every 6 months. I hear
    you though, it gets expensive and like a dirty windshield your don’t
    realize how bad it is til you do something about it. lol

  18. WelcomeHome76 says:

    I find that when growing more vertical plants where I’m not lolly popping ,
    the vertical orientated bulbs with a small reflector on top works best, aka
    Remo’s style of growing. Horizontal bulbs are best when you have a solid
    uniform canopy IMO.