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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdaddy 101 View Post
    Just want to see what people think of this stuff or if anyone has used it an had any decent results really do like the sound only water from start to finish but have read a couple of bad reviews so thought I'd ask you lot first lol

    I do want to go the organic soil way just dont have enough space to leave it to sit for a month or two

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    From what I've read Bigdaddy 101, you need a raised bed or at the minimum a 50L pot to use that soil...check out this post from Blue who wanted to try it out but decided against it after speaking with ecothrive themselves - Linky

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdaddy 101 View Post
    Just want to see what people think of this stuff or if anyone has used it an had any decent results really do like the sound only water from start to finish but have read a couple of bad reviews so thought I'd ask you lot first lol

    I do want to go the organic soil way just dont have enough space to leave it to sit for a month or two

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    Do you have room for a storage tote? Could put it in the bottom of a closet until is ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceCalibur View Post
    From what I've read Bigdaddy 101, you need a raised bed or at the minimum a 50L pot to use that soil...check out this post from Blue who wanted to try it out but decided against it after speaking with ecothrive themselves - Linky
    Really ok fella well i think thats gone straight out the window as im not spending that much on soil lol would work out at £100 just to grow 2 plant's

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    Quote Originally Posted by sourshoes View Post
    Do you have room for a storage tote? Could put it in the bottom of a closet until is ready.

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    No the other half wouldn't have it bloody woman an i live in a flat so dont have any space outside

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    What im going to do on the next grow is use canna terra soil with this organic nutrients as i tried it on 2 in this grow was really happy with how thay turned out with only water no other nutrients

    Just wanted to see if there was anything that i could order that will feed the plant from start to finish

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    Just about to try this. Bathgate champions blend. Click image for larger version. 

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    First pack of seeds (NL AF) will be here in a week. Gonna be making homes for 5. Would love to see your recipe.

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    That is what she is growing in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud goode View Post
    Just about to try this. Bathgate champions blend. Click image for larger version. 

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    Hows this soil working out for you buddy ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigdaddy 101 View Post
    Just seeing what people think about multi-purpose compost could you add stuff to it to make it better for the plants. Only as I've seen people grow some really nice plants with it and others hate the stuff ever just seeing what people views are cheers

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    I use B&Q Verve. It needs to be riddled to separate the lumps , but then is good to go for 3 or so weeks without having to add any nutes. Im on my first grow and this soil has been great for a novice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlito1 View Post
    I use B&Q Verve. It needs to be riddled to separate the lumps , but then is good to go for 3 or so weeks without having to add any nutes. Im on my first grow and this soil has been great for a novice
    Yeah alot of people have had good results with it just wasn't for me in the end iv tryed the canna terra soil witch was pretty good recently iv been using boibizz lightmix and the all mix soil that's been alright maybe alittle strong But good to use

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    I'm growing skunk xl and critical and they both love it. The skunk couldn't wait a whole 4 weeks for switch. They had so many large female calyx I switched them early. I've only just had to start feeding now for bloom, not through necessity but just to ensure abundant P & K. They looking real good, smell very sweet and stretching like crazy, even though I read the skunk doesn't stretch much. I recommend it. About £15.00 for 50 ltrs from ebay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCloudyChef View Post
    Hows this soil working out for you buddy ?

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    I'm growing skunk xl and critical and they both love it. The skunk couldn't wait a whole 4 weeks for switch. They had so many large female calyx I switched them early. I've only just had to start feeding now for bloom, not through necessity but just to ensure abundant P & K. They looking real good, smell very sweet and stretching like crazy, even though I read the skunk doesn't stretch much. I recommend it. About £15.00 for 50 ltrs from ebay.

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    Purchased today with some new nutes too .
    Did you need to add any extra perlite at all ?


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    The key with B&Q Verve is to filter all of the shit out of it so it’s nice and fluffy and then mix it with a good dollop of pearlite and mix it all together
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    Sorry I got that wrong lol
    I got this today and a different range of nutes to try

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCloudyChef View Post
    Sorry I got that wrong lol
    I got this today and a different range of nutes to try

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    You wont regret that move bro. Here's a pic of mine 2 weeks in flower. Click image for larger version. 

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    Happy days, there looking happy!
    What nutes you using ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCloudyChef View Post
    Happy days, there looking happy!
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    Hi mate. Long time since this post I know. I am using biobizz grow, bloom, algamic and topmax. Now growing critical in same champions blend, now 3 weeks in flower. Did you use it and what did you think ? Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud goode View Post
    Hi mate. Long time since this post I know. I am using biobizz grow, bloom, algamic and topmax. Now growing critical in same champions blend, now 3 weeks in flower. Did you use it and what did you think ? Click image for larger version. 

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    Hi, .
    Yes I have started using it , I like it bit add a coco coir and super charge it with ecothrive charge and lifecycle.

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