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Results will be noticed immediately (within 48-72 hours). When you're convinced that this stuff really does work better than anything you've ever tried, and it's so much easier to use ONE supplement than using all the bottles you do now, come back and purchase a larger container. We offer Free Shipping on all sizes.
In Veg: Add 2ml per gallon of Golden Tree into your reservoir. Then, add base nutrient into your resevoir until your PPM levels of the resevoir mixture reaches about 1000 (Hanna Scale, which is 2.0 in EC.) Remember that this is a rough estimate Strains vary, some will enjoy higher PPM's and some lower.
In Flower: Add 5ml per gallon of Golden Tree into your reservoir. Then, add base nutrient into your resevoir until your PPM levels of the resevoir mixture gets reaches about 1300 (Hanna Scale, which is 2.6 in EC.) Remember that this is a rough estimate. Strains vary, some will enjoy higher PPM's and some lower.
31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Love it love it love it!!!!!!!
By S. Palmer on June 12, 2014
Size: 4 Quart |
I am so glad i found this product. Every since I started using it I have seen a big jump in quality, flower production and taste quality. And my yield increased by 28% in my last grow. I am an expert hydroponics grower and have experience about every success and disaster imaginable. I have tossed all the other additives and now simply grow with GH Micro. Gro and bloom + Golden Tree. I run my ppm's in veg right at 1600 and in bloom at 1800 (but no higher), and I use Golden Tree start to finish. This stuff is something I'll never go without.
17 Of 17 people found the following review helpful
Not bad! Using it on my flower garden
By Larry Tomblin on April 27, 2015
Size: 2 Ounce |
Not bad! Using it on my flower garden. The annuals… impatien, petunia, viola showed faster growth and more vibrant colors in 3 days after applying ½ teaspoon per gallon. Careful on the marigold through. They burned with the same mix, but coming back strong on day 6. Will mix ¼ teaspoon per gallon on those for the next feeding. The perrenials… columbine, lavender, snap dragon, begonia, lithodora, allysum, asian lily and geranium took about 5 days to show very minor improvement. None burned with the ½ teaspoon mix but will go with ¼ teaspoon mix for next feeding on those to just play it safe. Tested on one of 6 different variety's of hybrid tea bare root roses that have been in the ground since early February and this thing has exploded in the best way in 5 days. WOW! It was the weakest looking of the 6 and it is now overtaking the others. Will stick with the ½ teaspoon mix on the bare root roses until after I see how a mature full sized rose bush reacts to my feeding it this morning the full teaspoon mix.
My 3 tomatoes, a yellow heirloom cherry, San Marzano heirloom and sweet red cherry liked the 1/2 teaspoon mix 6 days ago and growing faster, fuller since. Strawberry's not good with my test of a 1/2 teaspoon mix on 1 of 4. It burned within a day and a half and is now dead in 3 days. No Golden Tree on my strawberry's until I get some feedback. Bummer! My cantaloupe took off within 3 days of a 1/2 teaspoon mix on it and will be applying same on a jalapeno, bell pepper, mint and chive for their first feeding's tomorrow.
All in all… I'm very happy. I like the organic factor and the results have been noticeably remarkable, strawberry aside. Now' if Humboldt figured out a way to put some ingredient in there to defeat the gohers?....I'd have the best of both worlds.
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