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biobizz soil

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Ive gone for biobizz soil, what feed would you get and when should i start feeding ?
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Hey Green fingers.

If its biobizz allmix then you are good for a good 3-4 weeks. Ive not grown in soil for a while but when i did i used plant magic oldtimers soil nutes. biobizz nutes are a pain in the ass.
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Re: biobizz soil

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Keeno is absolutely right... ive used biobizz soil a lot and its ok.. the all-mix is a bit hot for seedlings but they grow into it without any problems, i wouldnt use it for autos though as you are time restricted and any problems in veg can really lower your yield.
Their light mix is good as you have more control over nutrients especially when they are small and dont want hot soil. I have gone on to use Canna bio soil, its a bit more expensive but not by much, its got a good texture, drains well, doesnt compact much after a few weeks and it doesnt have as much bark in it
Oldtimers nutes are the best for price and are really good if your going "organic" but if you can afford it, go with Canna bio. Its expensive but really really good stuff.
Stay away from bio-bizz nutes.... like Keeno said, they are very difficult to use and just not worth it. There are much better and easier to use nutes out there.
Go with oldtimers or canna nutes and if its all mix soil then water only for at least 4 weeks...if its light mix then feeding starts after about 2 weeks.... just remember that your plants will tell you when they are hungry and to start feeding as some strains are hungrier than others.

Hope this helps and welcome to the forum Greenfingers...

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Re: biobizz soil

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Glynne420 wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 11:58 am
Keeno is absolutely right... ive used biobizz soil a lot and its ok.. the all-mix is a bit hot for seedlings but they grow into it without any problems, i wouldnt use it for autos though as you are time restricted and any problems in veg can really lower your yield.
Their light mix is good as you have more control over nutrients especially when they are small and dont want hot soil. I have gone on to use Canna bio soil, its a bit more expensive but not by much, its got a good texture, drains well, doesnt compact much after a few weeks and it doesnt have as much bark in it
Oldtimers nutes are the best for price and are really good if your going "organic" but if you can afford it, go with Canna bio. Its expensive but really really good stuff.
Stay away from bio-bizz nutes.... like Keeno said, they are very difficult to use and just not worth it. There are much better and easier to use nutes out there.
Go with oldtimers or canna nutes and if its all mix soil then water only for at least 4 weeks...if its light mix then feeding starts after about 2 weeks.... just remember that your plants will tell you when they are hungry and to start feeding as some strains are hungrier than others.

Hope this helps and welcome to the forum Greenfingers...

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It is the light mix im looking at, Thanks
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Glynne420 wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 11:58 am
i wouldnt use it for autos though as you are time restricted and any problems in veg can really lower your yield.
I am almost finished with 2 autos in biobizz soil with biobizz nutes. It was my first grow so I can't blame the soil but I did run into problems with one of the two plants from the get go - I might have done something wrong but I never found out and it didn't give me a good yield. The other plant did alright though. I used light mix at the seedling stage and all mix later in combination with the biobizz nutes (gro top max bloom) at half strength. Now I am trying out growing in coco to see how it goes.
Looking forward to your grow diary!

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