Manufacturer: Advanced Nutrients
July 20, 2020
I've been using this in the garden, and it works well. however, after transplanting to the garden make sure you feed them something else high in nitrogen at least once or twice then you can start using this stuff. make sure you have dark green leaves foliage first! then its time for this stuff.
if soil ph is high you need to find something with chelated iron and chelated zinc to feed with your nitrogen feedings. this will ensure green leaves.
works really well. i use
1tsp per gallon for small plants
2tsp per gallon for average plants
3tsp or 1tbsp per gallon for big plants with fruit
4tsp for a tree
fed once a week, with light waterings of tap water or "PH'ed" water each day after, and one good soak of tap water a day before feeding.
ill attach photos. they were taken around July 19? so still some time to go.
plants love it, I feel like if done right the plants are very happy and healthy with dark green leaves.
tomato leaves are dark green with a deep blue hue to them. Leaves and stems even have some bubblegum funk smell to them all crystally with leaves that bleed moisture when touched. the photo doesn't capture the color right.
I have a 1 foot tall (or so) shishito upper plants with 15 pepper growing in already, along with tons of flowers drying up to turn into more fruit. I'm going to harvest so many peppers off this little plant.
lastly, I've been feeding my sisters cherry tomatoes, and one is currently producing a new cluster with what I counted this morning... almost 60 flowers in one cluster! can you imagine 60 cherry tomatoes on one vine? I will update the photos if I remember, but I will include the flower cluster photo.
I just want to add that I did use extra nutrients, and I will tell you those here.
-miracle grow plant food (it is not organic but I don't care. this has more nitrogen and has chelated iron and zinc. later in the cycle, I used just iguana juice. just used this to help get the plants healthy after the first growth burst.)
-AN Nirvana (organic, super good foliar feeder. makes a difference. also, use it every feeding. 1 tsp per gal for foliar and soil has a lot of good stuff in it too much to explain, but it has azomite witch is pretty sweet. so many trace minerals the plants will look different in 3 days if done right as a foliar feed.)(contains kelp too which has a lot of benefits. minerals and possible plant hormones also organic)
-liquid iron (used it early on because I have high soil ph and plants need some iron to turn green. 1tsp per gal just like twice. maybe feed a little iron and zinc if leaves get less green no need to go crazy. super effective as a foliar feed.)
-AN Ancient Earth (organic. it's just humic and fulvic acids)(i really believe in this stuff. its fertilizer for your fertilizer and your soil and for your plants. contains over 70 trace minerals. water your garden beds down with this at 2tsp per gallon in the beginning then 1tsp per gallon each feeding. good in foliar at 1tsp per gallon. not good to use with chlorinated tap water (tho I did it a few times in the beginning) with this tho. bad chemical reaction. I foliar feed with distilled water from Walmart or let my chlorine evaporate out of my tap water before adding it to nutrients.) I never prefer to spray tap water on plants. we have very hard water and makes the leaves look terrible.
that's basically it. if I think of anything or get some good photos ill be back.
January 30, 2014
These are good nutrients for my Mom's out door projects to use these nutrients to fit her peach trees and flowers plus vegetables, she always wanted to get a nice all organic nutrient and vitamins for her fruits and vegetables and flowers,plus she wants to try to use these nutrients with citruses that she planed to grow for a long time so now she has the right nutrients to do all this in her back yard and home! thank you.
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January 02, 2015
After other products claiming to be organic burned my plants easily, I decided to truly switch organic. The stuff works good, it smells terrible, but works good.. Every time I added it to the plants I could observe noticeable daily growth with no burn. Will continue to use and will be buying some of their other supplements as well.
September 03, 2022
I’ve ordered the iguana juice bloom 20 something times and if it’s not from grow green Michigan then it’s probably full of clumps. I’m on my third return in a row from this other place im not sure who but I just ordered another bottle and I see it’s coming from grow green Michigan so I bet it’s a keeper. Happy Growing
July 18, 2018
Went through a grow before rating. I have been growing meds for a few years always being Organic. Got tired of the mess with mixing soil, and teas. This is the best grow I have ever had and my next grow looks fantastic. I don't see any reason to go back to the mess.
October 12, 2017
This product was amazing turned my plants into monsters!! Product is a bit stinky so u better hav a chiller an temps n check cause if it's gets warm n ur rez these nutrient will get funky but tht wht y get from %100 all organic fertilizer
May 01, 2014
AN I like it! Been bloomin with promix big bud ,bud candy and overdrive. Nice lineup, bases loaded ,but, I needed ( a base) bloom nute. lol. Iguana did it for me. Big hit with the girls. Out ta da park 4 me. ENJOY!
October 25, 2014
Great stuff!! I switch between Connoisseur and Iguana every other week as my main NPK line. The plants just love it! Its has a bit of a smell, but that's standard with organic nutes! Good stuff, Good price!
July 06, 2014
GREAT stuff! My plants guzzle it up and are growing like weeds. Big, deep green leaves, strong stalks and lovely, large flowers. I recommend this stuff to any gardener, hydroponic or soil.
April 20, 2014
as described advanced nutrients iguana jucie bloom organic fertailizer makes your crop grow beautifully it works nice. i love it very very much
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