Ya that’s why I’m asking. I could not really tell the difference but it does have a strong aroma leading one to believe it might pack a punch. I’m starting to see that that simplicity in nutrients is best. There really are no magic bullet!
I used it for a few years with good results, good genetics gives the best result though. I actually prefer the Purpinator but I only feed it at 1/4 strength because of the price and I think it helps. I think it does more for water grows than anything else and coco is 2nd, for Soil I probably wouldn't bother, there is a lot of stuff out there for soil and a lot less money.
I use it every grow weather it works as good as advertised I'm not sure, however I like using it to lower my PH instead of using the standard PH downer. I do believe not having to use PH up or down is better for a grow. No science behind this I just dont like how it looks when dropped into water/feed.
I've used it before. seems to kindawork.. i don't know!!
I worked at the local hydroponics store here in town last year and we had a regular customer who swore by it. He did hydroponic strawberries and said he liked it mainly for the color. and thats part of what terpines do for plants and vegetation, He used to buy it by the gallon!
it would be cool to do a side by side test using clones to see how much of a difference it makes in fact.