FullOn can be a “Game Changer” in Aquaponics as well as in Hydroponics

Good day guys! Another interesting discovery has been found, and more are still to be found. Join me as I uncover some FullOn Magic… 🙂

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Why does the juice (FullOn) is of help in your Aquaponics or Hydroponics setup/system?

The reason why I wrote this is, ***1. For the record and ***2. Is that to show you guys the benefits of using FullOn by Grow Switch.

I’m, recently customizing/upgrading/maintaining my Aquaponics setup, here in our home, and I noticed some of the plants are starting to wilt (wilting), and the fish are less active. Then I review everything that were thrown/placed/put on the system, then I realized maybe it’s high in Nitrate or in Ammonia, cause fish are growing faster and consuming more food resulting in water toxicity cause not enough plants to process all the food available, or could be of high range pH. So many factors from different angles, but one good move to know and troubleshoot this problem is by checking the water using water testing kit.  So, I checked the water. Started at Nitrate, then Ammonia and then pH.

Nitrate is high but fine, for me it’s a bit over my sweet spot (80-120ppm), but why is that some plants are showing some N deficiency? Then I got the Ammonia, it’s really high, I mean very high! It’s at 8.0++ppm(mg/L), pH is as usual at 7.2-7.6. So, of course the problem is on excessive Ammonia level. SO, when you got to encounter problem like this, it’s either *A. You add more grow beds, *B. Harvest some fish or *C. discharge 2/3 of the system’s water and refill it with 2/3 new fresh and clean water.

Option A. It’s not that easy to just add grow bed/beds, it will vary on so many factors, like budget, space, time and the urgency of the situation/matter.

Option B. Harvesting some fish is awesome and for sure will be tasty, but what if your fishes are still small or not good for harvest yet.

And option C. Yep, it’s very easy. Just discharge the water and then add new, BUT, your nutrient rich water will be put to waste if you do so. And you’re for sure wasting water big time. What if you live in an area where water are scarce? Hmmm  So, it’s not a good idea to just discharge them water, what if you’re in a dessert?  Of course, water is far far more precious than wine over there, yet fish can’t live on wine…

So what I did was; what if I add  FullOn in the tank. It might help. So I did put some 10ml Magic Juice, directly on the fish tank, and then wait for a day. After 24, hours, I checked the water, and I really can’t imagine the result! I was once again astonished by the juice… Nitrate drops down into 20-40ppm, while Ammonia is amazingly down to 1.0ppm(mg/L). I was like, WOW!!! FulOn by Grow Switch, of course help the plants suck those Nitrates in the system, and for some reason it did helped bacteria to transform excessive Ammonia into food. And all of that happened in just 24 hours! Can you imagine that?

(Note: From 8o-120ppm down to 20-40ppm for Nitrate and 8.0++ppm(mg/L) down to 1.0ppm(mg/L), in just 24 hours) Water pH is still at its usual.

Now, check this figures. I did an experiment, testing stocked water, stocked water x Hi-Nitrate NPK and stocked water x Hi-Nitrate NPK x FullOn.

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Stocked Water Result

As you noticed, Nitrate level is at less than 5.0ppm, Ammonia is at almost 0 (zero) and pH is at 7.4-7.6.

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Stocked Water x Hi-Nitrate NPK Result

Now, as you can see. Nitrate level is bump a bit, like at 5.0+ppm, Ammonia is around 1.0-2.0ppm(mg/L) and water pH is more like the same or it could swing up above 7.6.

That’s the reading when I added 10g Hi-Nitrate NPK on a 1.5L stocked water. Bumps Ammonia from zero to almost 2.0ppm(mg/L).

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Stocked Water x Hi-Nitrate NPK x FullOn Result

Now see this. Nitrate is bump up to almost 10ppm, Ammonia between 2.0-4.0ppm(mg/L), simply signifies that FullOn is enhancing the regular formula, or the NPK.

And look at the most important result, it did really and amazingly neutralize the water pH. As you can see on the result, it’s clearly around 6.8-7.0. Isn’t that amazing?!

Well, I hope you get my point. If you have FullOn and a water testing kit, go check them yourself to see and believed! That’s all guys, as for now. Cheers! Ti’ll next time…

DavaoPonics @ www.DavaoPonics.com
Credits to: Vincent for the design…

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A single Tomatoe plant in a Hybrid Grow Bed, bearing fruits more than I’ve had expected

Day 1,  I noticed that there might be something with this plant, something interesting, it was shown by the way it grows and reacts to my actions. So grab my cam and start shooting/documenting. Like all experiment, you don’t have any idea what’s the ending so just snap some shots every time there’s something new and interesting regarding with its growth and reaction. Like most of the plants I encountered, it’s not totally about the nuts/npk, it’s also about how you’ll use your tools on them, in short it’s also about the grower, nuts/npk 30%-40%, but you (grower/farmer)  60%-70% responsible in the result of your action, meaning don’t just blame something/someone if you didn’t get what you want or if you didn’t get it right.

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Based on my experienced in observing plants, is that the timing of feeding, must be considered. You don’t just feed them, you need to know what they need, specially the most needed and when they need it.

You can’t wait next week if you see your plant have problem, like when you noticed its N deficient and won’t feed/treat them cause you just gave them High P or K foliar just yesterday, that’s why you just let your plants suffer more because according to the feeding guide or whatever info you got, that you should only feed them ones per week, so you’ll just wait next week to solve the problem your plant is into. I don’t know about how others react on that kind of scenario, as for me I investigate, gather some data and take action immediately.

Now, this will be the best part of “The Juice”, cause when you’re just using regular foliar NPK, you can’t just feed and feed them cause plant will only consume what they can, and the excess will be of waste. Making your solution/media acidic, that leads to some more unbearable situation or worst, resulting in plant lost.  8/3/2015

But when you add Full On into your regular regimen mix, plants will surely suck all the food you’ve given them, (That’s why you need to cut your NPK to -50% when first using The Juice) because Full ON is like an super effective transporter moving nutrients into the plant, very efficiently because of the minuscule nano, size (quantum angstrom) allows it to enter into plant cells with ease. As a result, increased photosynthesis occurs that improves cellulose, sugars/brix, starches, waxes, carbohydrates, oils and proteins; the building blocks of plant growth and health. Meaning the more the juice is, the faster the growth rate is , making your plant so healthy and vigorous, that will end on discouraging pest and insect attacks.

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Note: This plant only receives 250ml-500ml ready to use mix or 62.5ml-120ml Full On. I know you know what I mean, but you just can’t agree with it, that’s why you need to try to believe!

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Check out this amazing display of plant tissue. Remember ” Plants Don’t Lie”.

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10 days since the first photographic data was taken
10 days since the first photographic data was taken

As days past by, I am starting to get more and more interested with the plant’s reaction and so as its growth rate.

Fruits are getting denser, bigger and heavier every day. Note: This is the combination of balanced fish water + regular regimen mix + Full On by Grow Switch. Using 1ml per liter dilution rate.

15 days since day 1, check out the difference between day 1 and day 15 figure, it’s very obvious, right?

First time saw this kind of scenery/result, ever since I started growing tomatoe (by the way, this was my 4th time trying to grow this plant). First, second and third attempt was not satisfying, but did learned a lot from all the setbacks.

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15 days since day 1

I thought this is it, already a success but not knowing that this product won’t cease to amaze me.

Now, the question is that, can I make them ripe? Hmmmm We’ll see…

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Check out them fruit tissue
Check out them fruit tissue

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Starting to ripe them all

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800g Fresh organic produce
800g Fresh organic produce
First harvest, except for those occasional 1 or 2 fruits just for personal consumption
First harvest, except for those occasional 1 or 2 fruits just for personal consumption
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Day 46
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Even the Upland “Kang Kong” are doing great

 

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46 days just passed by, and it’s still getting more better, denser and crowded. I am close to my 3rd and final harvest by volume. (Note: Didn’t manage to snap some shots on the 2nd harvest, but it’s a lot less than 800g).

Tasty!
Tasty!

Already harvested 1.4 kg ‪‎Tomatoe‬ in this single plant, and there’s plenty more ready to be harvested… ‪FullOn‬ ‪#‎Higher_Brix‬ ‪#‎Increased_Nutrient_Density‬ that gives products/produce a distinct advantage in the market.

Almost 50 days
Almost 50 days

9/21/2015 in almost 50 days, harvested and enjoyed more than 2.5kg of fresh organic produce, in a single tomatoe plant, using Full On by Grow Switch.

Sweet and Tasty!
Sweet and Tasty!
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Day 49

There you have it. I hope you enjoy my blog. I am a newbie grower and so as blogger, so if you have comments and suggestion, will appreciate that.

Thank you very much for the time you spent, reading this article. I hope I did gave you guys some useful tips/ideas/info.

T”ill the next blog… CHEERS!

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This ‪Cacao Seedlings‬ were planted on the field without any fertilizers and ‪‎FullOn‬ for almost 7 months.

Good day guys!  Sharing my experimental ‪‎Cacao_Seedlings‬ at the field with zero pesticides/insecticides/fungicides or any kind of cide, meaning 100% cide_free. They’re planted on the open field last February 2015. And since then no fertilizers and no ‪FullOn‬. But they were FullOn cared while they’re still at the nursery for 4-6 months. To make the story short, just want t know that by just using the juice at their vulnerable stage (seedling), would it be possible that this plants do have some extra vigor compared to plants that were not introduced to FullOn.

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This are pesticide/insecticide/fungicide and any kind of  cide free seedlings. If you noticed, they’re obviously bombarded with pest/insect attacks, but they still grow well and just fine enough, producing more shoots and leaves . Now, imagine combining FullOn with your regular regimen? You’ll for sure will minimize the use of any kind of Cide and lessens the need of synthetic fertilizers. Enjoy!

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Cocoa_Propagation Experiment 101

This is a Cide_Free Experiment. I asked the source of the seeds to make sure and to verify that they weren’t soaked on Fungicide, which is required in this stage of this specific plant.

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This is how it looks when you removed the outer coat of the seed (brain like).
This is how it looks when you removed the outer coat of the seed (brain like).
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The proper way in Cocoa seed sowing

Thanks to ‪‎FullOn‬ by Grow Switch, they’ve still risen even without fungicides, which was required to this stage of growth.  A simple analysis and instinct, though you need to put some extra effort, but it’s all good than using cide.

Some are already up
Some are already up
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This brain like seed cotyledon are now rising. 8 days after sowing (7/30/2015). Thanks to ‪‎FullOn‬ by Grow Switch, using fungicide, (which was required in this stage for this specific plant) is not an option no more!

Brain like seeds
Brain like seeds

Added some wood shavings on the top, cause it's always raining, don't want to compress the media.

Looks like a brain
Looks like a brain
It is starting to open
It is starting to open

Added some wood shavings on the top, cause it’s always raining, don’t want to compress the media.

12 days since sown... 100% ‪#‎Cides_Free‬!
12 days since sown… 100% ‪‎Cide_Free‬!

They’ve already spread their brain-like cotyledon. 12 days since sown.

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Common sense is a must! So that you won’t have to depend on cide.

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Does ‪‎Fungus‬ really affect the growth of cocoa seeds/seedlings? Hmmmmm This guys are 12 days from sowing. (Instead of soaking/treating it with ‪cide, I soak/treat it with ‪FullOn‬ by Grow Switch.

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It’s really good to have this seeds from Sir Grover Rosit. This will simply display/show that ‪‎FullOn‬ is ain’t no snake oil. And we’re no sales man who talks bullshit with people/farmers.

8/5/2015 "Fungus amongst us." 14 days after sowing... Thanks to ‪#‎FullOn‬ by Grow Switch, they didn't seem threatened by those fungus. They don't F***** care! 100% ‪#‎Cides_FREE‬ seedlings... Enjoy!

Seedlings‬  are just staring at those fungus beneath them, as if they’re just nothing.

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Some are late bloomers, but we’ll just wait what happen
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Still boosting…
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Note: Dilution rate is at 1ml/liter (FullOn/water)
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Leaves are turning green

24 days and counting!

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Day 24

Growing media is composed of 50% fine sand, 20% soil/homemade compost, 20% pebbles and 10% wood shavings. (Note: This is only an experimental grow, I am trying to prove/show that FullOn‬, will do its job at its best on a sandy farm/environment) I am not an expert in Cocoa_Propagation‬, but they seem growing just fine, even with obvious marks of disease and insect/pest attacks. Now, imagine if you add FullOn with your regular regimen mixes, the results will sure be amazing. Enjoy!

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Starting to form broad leaf
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It’s starting to get crowded
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“Certain shade of green”

 

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The leaves are getting dense
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Broad new leaf, untouched by any pest insect nor fungus that cause diseases …
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Shoots are almost everywhere , even underneath of them broad leaves. Also noticed some hitch hikers.
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FullOn is really extra ordinary!!! Giving seedlings a boost and vigor to help them produce more shoots and flashes.
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Now, of all of them Cocoa_Seedlings, this are the late bloomers (2 amongst them all). I won’t loose hope in them, as you can see, they’re already forming a twin trunk pattern.
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The shoots are very near to each other (a very close nodes). That’s 1 of the reason why they still surthrive even without pesticides/insecticides/fungicides or any kind of cide. Because of their growth rate and vigor. “Leaves are one part of the plant that are responsible in processing sugars (through photosynthesis), that the plant need in their growing cycle, so meaning the more leaves, the more sugar”. I hope you guys get my point. Anyway, just enjoy the show then.
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This are them. Though I am not satisfy with the result due to many setbacks, but they’re still growing just fine. Not bad for first time though.

Cocoa_Experiment_Day88 Since Sown_Cide FREE‬ Thanks to FullOn‬ by Grow Switch Cocoa_Propagation‬ is possible without the needs/use of fungicide/pesticide/insecticide. They’re almost 3 months, just right on time and most of them are ready for grafting. And obviously are strong and vigorous!

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Meet the #Alpha
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Let it grow…
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They supposed to go, but I am just curios of some possibilities
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Finally, they’re ready for the next stage…

Note: Base on my personal experience, 1 gallon (4ml of fullon) ready to use mix can cover an area of more or less 100sqm, depending on the size and age of the seedlings. (The cost of a Gallon ready to use mix FullOn is only less than p20)

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Note: This guys only drunk less than 40 ml of #FullOn since Day 1/sown , which cost +-p240.00 only, cost for NPK is p60.00 only for a 200g (10-20g/week) foliar Hi-Nitrate and most especially, cost for Fungicide/Pesticide/Insecticide, is p0 only (zero). There for the total cost of inputs is around +-p300.00 Enjoy!
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 LESS IN, MORE OUT New Organic‬ technology from Grow Switch gives growers the ability to significantly increase yields using less fertilizers and additives. And ‪#‎FullOn‬ greatly reduces the need for NPK’s in all growing environments. This means, that you will be using less resources and getting more bang for your buck for the next growing cycle whether you’re a commercial farmer or indoor garden hobbyist.

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Just broke some of the major/common rules in ‪‎Cocoa_Propagation‬. *1. Is that I didn’t use no Fungicide/Pesticide/Insecticide. *2. Is that I use 50% fine sand, 20% pebbles/gravel, 10% wood shavings (Mahogany) and I only used 20% soil/compost (Note: The 20% soil/compost is made out of 10% clayish soil or locally known as “panas” and 10% compost made out of coco coir x homemade compost using FullOn‬ by Grow Switch as a activators for compost activator) So what do you think of the result?

***Friendly reminder; “Know the rules before you break it”

There! I hope you learn something on this post, and also hope you enjoy!

DavaoPonics @ www.DavaoPonics.com
Credits to: Vincent for the design…
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950g Pechay in 60 days

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Day 1 of the Pechay experiment
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Grown geoponically using ‪‎FullOn‬ by Grow Switch.  “The Juice” will Improve Soil Health with Vital Trace Elements and Probiotics and with Higher Brix and Sweeter Produce.

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Using Fish Poop + Regular Regimen Mix + FullOn‬ by Grow Switch.

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Day 30, already got to taste the veggie of my labor. 100g of fresh organic produce. Don’t they look good? It’s 100% Cide_FREE produce!

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In 33 days, I got a 150g fresh organic produce. Imagine 50g more in just 3 days. That’s the growth rate when you add Full On in your regular mix.

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As you  notice, at day 32-36 the pechay looks so ready to be harvested. But since this is an experiment, I need to push it some more.

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The day of judgement! Pechay Experiment using Fish Poop + Regular Regimen Mix + #‎FullOn‬ by Grow Switch

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How Can I Get More Growth and Bigger Yields with less NPK’s?

Every drop counts … ‪FullOn‬ by Grow Switch

One of the many ways that FULL ON works is by improving the cationic exchange capacity that dramatically increases yields while significantly decreasing the need for fertilizers.FULL ON is stimulating the electro-magnetic action (cation exchange capacity) of the plants roots, which helps them more efficiently use vital nutrients moisture necessary for optimum growth. Consumers report increased growth, BRIX levels and yields, while reducing the quantity and expense of fertilizers and insecticides. Small gardeners and large-scale farmers are excitedly reporting increased growth and astounding yield increases, doubled, tripled and quadrupled profits?What’s Brix and why do I want it?

Brix is the measure of sugar content. Higher Brix levels generally indicate healthier plants producing higher levels of sugars and secretions that provide improved pest resistance, increased plant vigor, faster growth along with sweeter and better quality produce. What’s causing increased BRIX AND BIG YIELDS?

The answer is the phenomenal stimulation of the electro-magnetic activity that FULL ON produces in the roots. Researchers refer to it as the “Cation Exchange Capacity” (CEC).

A cation is an ion with a positive electro-magnetic charge. FULL ON is comprised of exceptionally tiny particles called “colloidal micelles”. Each micelle carries a negative electro-magnetic charge that is capable of attracting, holding and exchanging positively charged particles (cations) of carbon, calcium, humus, magnesium, trace minerals and other nutrients and moisture allowing roots to more easily absorb them. This phenomenon is called “cation exchange.”FULL ON enhances Cation Exchange Capacity.

FULL ON from GrowSwitch Enhanced CEC (1) greatly increases plant absorption of water and nutrients, (2) visibly enhance growth, hardiness and yield while (3) reduces the amount of water and fertilizer needed to be added to the soil. Can be applied both foliar and systemic.What is FULL ON made from?

An exclusive, nano-based proprietary technology is used to formulate this biostimulant and natural organic plant-based nutrient, Formulated from almost every element on earth (gold, silver, carbon, silica, hydrogen, chromium, sulfur, boron, indium, calcium oxide, magnesium, iron, copper, magnesium oxide, phosphorus, nitrogen, molybdenum, antimony, zinc, etc) all in trace %’s. We use: Naturally cheated organic mineral matrix. The finest fish hydrolyzed proteins, kelp extracts, amino acids, biologically active L form amino acids. The finest Humic acids, Enzymes, plant based Surfactants, Marine plants, Micro-nutrients plus some proprietary magic. And there you have it. That is why it is called Full On, a full on organic horticultural nutrient and biostimulant formulated for full on plant growth!

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