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#1 GBuds

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 07:53 AM

I have always used the sunleaves brand guanos. To be honest I didn't even know Fox Farm had a bat guano. My question is this: Has/Does anyone use this stuff? I see it has myco and humic acid added to it. This is really what made me think about trying it. Myco is so expensive to buy alone, that I try to buy amendments that already contain it.

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Posted 09 April 2012 - 10:12 AM

I use the Happy Frog bat guano in my tea recipes during the first few weeks of bloom, and as an amendment to my mediums. It's great stuff and the added beneficials give it an extra value in my book. In my tea recipes that call for HFBG it is used solely as a phosphorus boost not a standalone base(0-5-0). With the NPK values in the HFBG you will need to fill in the missing nitrogen and potassium for a balanced diet. The base I start off with is Mother Earth Super Tea Bloom from advanced nutrients. Highly recommended!

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Posted 05 May 2012 - 08:01 AM

a did a little research for ya, as you may use it, but some mediums do include.... Endo/Ecto mycorrihizae within the mix & I would imagine a decent amount of beneficial fungi/bacterium is an included ingredient in the soil recipe, maybe even in the earthworm if you purchase those too.

'Plant Success' also has an inexpensive endo/ecto mycorrihize inoculant for your nice plants there.

I'd purchase the fungi/bacterium individual to set decent proper proportions of the specimen.

Check it out @ www.4hydro.com (Sunburst Hydroponics....)

http://www.4hydro.co...cessSoluble.asp

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