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Sugar Rush Nutrients Review

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Re: Sugar Rush Nutrients

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Marcus wrote:Ooh, my plants love a cup of tea now and again Josh.

Black, no sugar though. :oik!:

I'll be watching dude. I like organic grows, it's just the bugs that put me off. :ak:
Yep, gotta make sure that nothing is contaminated! Lmao
I stopped keeping my stuff outside

Also, adding nematodes to the mix will destroy fungus gnat larvae and sticky traps catch the adults. They're the only thing I've had issues with

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Hows this going Bully? You still happy?
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integrajosh wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 7:45 am
Marcus wrote:Ooh, my plants love a cup of tea now and again Josh.

Black, no sugar though. :oik!:

I'll be watching dude. I like organic grows, it's just the bugs that put me off. :ak:
Yep, gotta make sure that nothing is contaminated! Lmao
I stopped keeping my stuff outside

Also, adding nematodes to the mix will destroy fungus gnat larvae and sticky traps catch the adults. They're the only thing I've had issues with

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Neem used as a medium drench will kill off any bad shit like bugs in coco or soil as well, it will also become systemic to a certain extent if done a few times within the plant so in effect protects the plant above and below ground from bugs. :)
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jimmi2scoops wrote:
integrajosh wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 7:45 am
Marcus wrote:Ooh, my plants love a cup of tea now and again Josh.

Black, no sugar though. :oik!:

I'll be watching dude. I like organic grows, it's just the bugs that put me off. :ak:
Yep, gotta make sure that nothing is contaminated! Lmao
I stopped keeping my stuff outside

Also, adding nematodes to the mix will destroy fungus gnat larvae and sticky traps catch the adults. They're the only thing I've had issues with

Sent from my LGMP260 using Tapatalk
Neem used as a medium drench will kill off any bad shit like bugs in coco or soil as well, it will also become systemic to a certain extent if done a few times within the plant so in effect protects the plant above and below ground from bugs. :)
Nice, neem cake is part of my soil recipe. Will this help?


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Looks shady af if you ask me. Website is awful and has been thrown together, no MSDS, only contact is Lee on a mobile number. Nothing about what it is in the information except saying it's sugar and aminos. Backstory is shady too! Jon and Lee who owned a hydroshop knocked it up a few years ago and now another Lee has bought it :) Sorry to be a pessimist but I smell a whole load of bullshite.
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TBF most don't share MSDS :( most are also sketchy. Hard to keep right these days :(
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Update on the product. Using it for 2nd week in a row, I notice massive improvement in smell, terpene production and stickiness. Is that from the SugerRush or the strain itself gets better after that period of time I don't know. I will have to find out running the strain again at some point without using Sugar Rush.
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integrajosh wrote:
Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:38 pm
jimmi2scoops wrote:
integrajosh wrote:
Tue Sep 03, 2019 7:45 am
Yep, gotta make sure that nothing is contaminated! Lmao
I stopped keeping my stuff outside

Also, adding nematodes to the mix will destroy fungus gnat larvae and sticky traps catch the adults. They're the only thing I've had issues with

Sent from my LGMP260 using Tapatalk
Neem used as a medium drench will kill off any bad shit like bugs in coco or soil as well, it will also become systemic to a certain extent if done a few times within the plant so in effect protects the plant above and below ground from bugs. :)
Nice, neem cake is part of my soil recipe. Will this help?


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If it`s neem then yes i can`t see why not but if nemotodes are what i`m thinking then neem will kill those off as well as other soil pathogens.
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