Started Organic and eventually switched to synthetic. Seems to be the opposite of everyone else. If I were to go back to organic it would be dry amendment coco or living soil.
Organics are the best for me 🌱🌱🌱🌱👍😎
Im running synthetic and it’s going great so far! Would like to dabble in completely organic once I get more confident in my abilities and run 4 plants with two synthetic and two organic with the same environment and see the results!
Try using super soil, that is completely Organic all you have to do is add water
I don't see this as organic verses synthetic in most cases. You have organic where the microbes break down the material so the plant can eat. I see synthetic as an unnatural source of nutrients. All the bottles, and all the powders seem to be microbe driven or open access nutrients to the plants. I don't recall seeing anything synthetic for feeding. Inorganic. I think that might be a better word than synthetic. Sorry about jacking the thread, but this seemed like the best place to talk about this.
[@Scorpionleader] well said my friend and I couldn’t agree with you more. Unless people
believe that Synthetic nutrients aren’t actually nitrogen, phosphorus, Potassium, etc... the only true difference between “organic” and “inorganic” is the delivery system. Both plants use the same NPK to grow. They just get it from a different trucker. 🤔😏🙌👊🏻✌🏻
from my research I am understanding Synthetic nutrients to be chemical and salt based, which if done wrong could be very bad for the plants.
full disclosur I am here to learn, I am very new to this so I don’t know a lot only what I have learned this far from reading and YouTube. What I do know is I don’t want to spend a lot of money if I don’t have to.
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