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Anyone try growing autos in Fox Farms Ko Ko Bop?

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It is Oceans Forest and my girl did really good all of Veg bit really bad in flower.
Exact same thing happened to me. I can get some other brands locally, so I'm definitely moving away from that one. It supported my photo grows for years, but my autos didn't like it at all.
 

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I recently moved to PNW, but before that I grew indoors using FF Ocean Forest with AN Iguana juice and a few othhe er AN organic products and my girls came out fire. I did however use filtered water with a ppm of of about 10-20 ppm and a proper ph. I however cannot attest to FF soil now as its been a few years and I got mine in Georgia, and apparently from these comments the dirt depends on the site it was gathered from. I will say that ko ko bop should be ideal for clones. I accidently broke a few lower branches trying to move my girls into a blackout tent for my first outdoor grow. Well we had 1that was by itself in nothing but ko ko bop as it was donated to us. So I cut, trimmed and scarred the broken branches and just jammed them in the ko ko bop and tilted the pot so that side would be shaded. after about 5-6 days the cuttings fully recovered and took root like crazy. I think it's cause it's fairly neutral and aerates very well allowing the new stems to seek moisture and make new roots. Like I said this was an ''accident" as I really didn't think these would root up but 4 did
 
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