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Old 09-30-2014, 10:51 PM   #1
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Anybody use peabodys paradise ru tabs?

Anybody use peabodys ru tabs original? If so do they work good?


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Old 10-01-2014, 06:11 PM   #2
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Yes I use his line of root tabs they are all very good. I use Ru-tabs on all my root feeders and even add iron up tabs to my wendtii Fl sunsets. My plants absolutely live them. The Ru- tabs have all your micros and macros with clay as a binder.

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I do. Well sort of, I get to use all the really odd shaped ones that don't make the cut.

There's actually a video on youtube that goes over the ingredient list and even how to make them yourself for any DIYers who feel up to the challenge. The only major adjustment since then is slightly different clay to fert ratio (helps with binding) as well as the addition of a super secret binder material.
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Ok cool, well hopefully they do good for my plants


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Old 10-03-2014, 10:15 PM   #5
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I do. Well sort of, I get to use all the really odd shaped ones that don't make the cut.

There's actually a video on youtube that goes over the ingredient list and even how to make them yourself for any DIYers who feel up to the challenge. The only major adjustment since then is slightly different clay to fert ratio (helps with binding) as well as the addition of a super secret binder material.
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They do great for mine what kind of plants are they for?



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