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ROOT BUILDER – A Green Planet Nutrient Product Overview

Green Planet’s Root Builder is used in the grow and bloom stage of your plant. Simply add to your reservoir at 20ml per gallon at all applicable stages. For soil application we recommend alternating between feeding and watering and for hydro applications use during every feeding.

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Nutrient Deficiency in Plant

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From Nutrients To Food

Our food choices and preferences, and our idea of what is or is not food, are strongly determined by social and cultural influences. Let me show you some of the things I normally eat in Italy, and that I like a lot. This is a horse steak, pretty common in Europe. This is a steak…

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KARBO-BOOST – A Green Planet Nutrient Product Overview.mov

Dissolve 1 ounce of Karbo Boost into 25 gallons of water. Use throughout the flowering cycle once flowers have been established. Suitable for hydro and dirt application although Green Planet’s Liquid W-8 is more recommended for hydro applications.

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GP3 Three Part Nutrient by Green Planet Nutrients

Clients that have experienced great success with Green Planet products have been asking for quite some time when will we get a 3-Part. As you know in the industry, 3-Parts have been very popular with our traditional Bloom, Grow, and Micro formulas that we can adjust ratios depending on the specific crop or strain that…

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Nutrient-Deficient (Yellowing Leaves) Pepper Fix – This Week In the Garden

Now we’re going to take a look at our pepper plant. We think there may be some nutrient deficiency going on with this. If you look at the older leaves, you can see some yellowing. Again, for me, that’s always an indicator of a nutrient deficiency, and you see this first on your older leaves,…

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Nutrient Solution Temp – Lesson 20

The temperature of our nutrient solution is important because it relates to oxygen content. If our water becomes too warm, the oxygen content goes down and that can allow disease propagation to increase considerably. The traditional recommended temperature for a nutrient solution is about 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Now this is applicable to flood-and-drain gardens, drain…

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