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The Silent Yield Killer Lurking In Your Garden… And How To Stop It Dead In Its Tracks!

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You’re about to discover one of the jealously guarded growing secrets all cup winners know… but you probably didn’t… until now.

Second, you’re about to discover how and where you’ve been losing money. (Prepare for a big surprise. It’s stuff never revealed before.

Look, it’s not your fault. Nobody ever talks about this stuff.

But I’m talking… and I’ve got a LOT to say that’s going to improve your yields. Better than you’ve ever imagined.

Click THIS LINK to download my latest report, The pH Manifesto

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pH manifesto

This report is full of rock solid but little known growing information. And no, it’s not stuff you can easily find in most of the hydroponics books or publications.

In fact, some of this information has never be published ANYWHERE before in our community. It’s totally new to hydroponics growing.

Yes, this is highly technical information. But we’ve spent hundreds of hours translating all the technical “geek speak” into easy to understand and easily digestible bite-sized chunks.

My team and I invested our hearts into this because we appreciate you and want you to enjoy all the growing success you desire.
Because you deserve it!

I’d love to hear your feedback about The pH Manifesto. If you like it, please let me know and I’ll do more of this kind of thing in the future.

Talk soon!

Big Mike

P.S. Regardless of your level of experience, I promise you’re going to find The pH Manifesto a highly valuable handbook you’ll refer to again and again.

That’s why I call it “Your Buried Treasure of pH Growing Secrets.”

Click here to download The pH Manifesto.

Enjoy!

 

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Watch This Video And Discover How To Grow Big Fat Bad Ass Buds The Size Of Your Arms, And No More pH-PPM Metering Or Adjusting, It’s All Done For You…

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Kelp – Other Products to Use in Hydroponics

If you walk into any given hydroponics store, you are probably bound to be overwhelmed by the sheer number of different organic fertilizers available to you. This is understandable, but it is important to know that some are better than others.

If you want hydroponic products that really give you a huge kick and benefits overall growth and yield, you should definitely start trying to use kelp. Kelp based fertilizers are made from a kind of algae that lives deep in the ocean.

Since it does not have much exposure to light and have to suffer extremely harsh conditions, they are packed with a lot of hormones and vitamins that are extremely effective in helping overall growth.

Some high quality hydroponics manufacturers can distill these products in kelp into an extremely potent fertilizer. While kelp certainly has benefits that can be enjoyed even if you do not use many other supplements, it is better to know what else you can use to enjoy the most benefits.

Here are some of the other hydroponics supplements that you should consider when using Kelp:

Guano – One of the most potent fertilizers that has also been used for centuries in various cultures is bat guano. This material is packed with a ton of great bloom booster materials. When coupled with the power of kelp, many growers experience huge yields and an astoundingly fast harvest. For improving your blooms, you should stick to guano that comes from fruit eating plants.

Beneficial Bacteria – Another super way to benefit your kelp and your plant is by including a little beneficial bacteria. If you have long suffered from thin roots or roots that just do not soak up nutrients as efficiently as you would hope, you really need to start using beneficial bacteria. These bacteria help colonize the roots and give them all of the fuel that they need to expand and grow in mass.

But in order to work at peak form, they first need to have a great deal of nutrients and carbohydrates they can live off of. Kelp can give them just that, and actually help make your bacteria much more worth the expense.

Humates – If you want to really find an affordable way to make your kelp as efficient and effective as possible, you should really consider using some humates. Though extremely inexpensive, these materials are astoundingly effective at making your nutrients as effective as possible. More effective nutrients will help make the hormones and vitamins found in kelp affect the plant in a truly profound way. This combination can result in really big yields

Bud Boosters – If you are using kelp with the intention of getting larger and high quality blooms, you should use a good bud booster as well. These often contain a lot of high quality organic materials that complement kelp perfectly. Things like fish emulsion and earthworm castings can create larger, more colorful blooms, especially when used with seaweed plant food.

 

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Hydroton – the Main Benefits in Hydroponics

When you step into a hydroponics supply store, it can sometimes seem like there are endless options for what kind of hydroponic medium you can use.

Each has their upsides and downsides, and it might take some experience and testing to really find the hydroponic medium that works the best for your plants and your particular style of growing.

However, your next growing season, you might consider giving hydroton a try.

Hydroton is a growing medium composed of expanded clay pebbles. They can be found in the grow rooms of virtually every style of hydroponic grower, but they are particularly favored by growers of flowers and growers who grow some vegetables like peppers.

Affordable – If you find that your hydroponics budget is a perpetually strained because you have to spend so much money on your growing medium, you should definitely consider hydroton to alive your financial woes. The main reason for this is that this material is fairly cheap to make, which makes it very easy on your wallet.

In addition, hydroton pebbles are actually reusable, so you can use them as your grown medium year after year. To take care of them, make certain to remove all nutrients and organic material from them by cleaning them out with isopropyl alcohol. You should also make certain to rinse them thoroughly with pH balanced water before you put them back in your buckets or grow trays.

Plenty of Moisture – One of hydroton most remarkable qualities is its moisture retention. It is remarkable because the majority of the time when a hydroponic medium is reusable, such as perlite, it does not retain moisture at all. However, hydroton totally defies this convention by simultaneously being reusable and being fairly moisture retaining. As experienced hydroponic growers can tell you, this feature of hydroton make it a lot easier to keep your hydroponically grown plants healthy.

Plenty of Air – Oxygen is crucial to your roots, and a lack of it will only result in root rot and other undesirable conditions. Fortunately, hydroton provides plenty of air to your roots, which is an essential component of allow thing to get thick enough to produce those massive yield.

PH Neutral – With hydroton, you can rest a little bit easier about finding the proper pH balance. In hydroponics, you want to make sure that your pH always stays under 6.3 and above 5.6. If they start head outside of this range, you plant will start to be deprived or certain essential nutrients. Some hydroponic media are either acid or alkaline, which, while certainly manageable, can make having a n ideal pH in you hydroponic garden a little more difficult. Hydroton is pH neutral, which means that you do not have to deal with any of these kinds of worries.

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