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    FWIW Mammoth P is really popular with the growers here in Colorado and I can say both first hand and second hand it works. As for the funky phosphorous supplying bacteria, you have to research the specific bacteria strains that Mammoth P uses. One of them is the only living organism that is patented, which I assume is why Mammoth P is so expensive. They're very unique strains, not the stuff that's' in most of the other beneficials on the shelf at your local hydro store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimi View Post
    FWIW Mammoth P is really popular with the growers here in Colorado and I can say both first hand and second hand it works. As for the funky phosphorous supplying bacteria, you have to research the specific bacteria strains that Mammoth P uses. One of them is the only living organism that is patented, which I assume is why Mammoth P is so expensive. They're very unique strains, not the stuff that's' in most of the other beneficials on the shelf at your local hydro store.
    Dont you think it's weird to patent living organisms? I'm not sure we should be able to patent things that would still exist without us. I think for that reason alone, I wouldn't buy or use it lol

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    I thought / think you can't patent living organisms, only the process of production. IIRC they(someone) wanted to patent Oncomouse the cancer prone breed of mouse but they could only patent the method of genetic modification needed to produce it.

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    Last edited by ache; 09-24-2018 at 12:38 AM. Reason: link wont work.... huh
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    I am going to try this out I am running An iguana juice grow and bloom with bio green total mix soil with bio green pk13/14 and canna bio boost for flowering I am doing lemon kush and barneys blue cheese seen good B results so far from bottled organics lol.
    I have added egg shells banana peels filter coffee in soil in veg'ing so far mother blue cheese is covered in crystals covered Nd smells the dogs bollikz 13/18 days left on mother just flipped x2 blue cheese clones and lemon kush from seed about 6/7 mothers old the 3,

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    @Carlk85
    I am a big fan of the Blue Cheese. Always covered in trichs and the flavor is incomparable.

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    Hi there.. Same here but I think it's always been synthetics used.. bleach taste but good hit. its never been wot a really want the taste never bee right but this seems to be a good run with bottles organics I also have 5ltrs of atami b'cuzz root stimulant and b'cuzz bloom stimulant I will use that on the 2 I cloned of blue and 1,lemon k... Instead of canna bio boost see difference b'cuzz are good products sum times to good

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    @Carlk85
    If using bottle nutrients, just be sure to give it a proper flush. (2 weeks at least) That should be enough to eliminate any possibility of the nutes ruining the flavor. I have had bottle nutes ruin some plants without a proper flush. Harsh and unable to hold a hit in. (Pathetic) I was so upset that year.

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    @Patient puffer, I wanted to try some of that Blue cheese myself, I think it would be a good fit. Breeder suggestions ?

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    I have found cloning a bit touch and go probly conditions And breading I would not. No

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