Frequently Asked Questions

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Hello, plant lovers! Got a query about getting the best out of your garden? Wondering how to make the most of our nutrients like Grow, Micro, Bloom, and the unique autoflower formulas Bonnie & Clyde? You're exactly where you need to be. Our FAQ page is brimming with insights on plant nutrition and care, tailor-made for your gardening journey.

Discover the secrets to using our special products, including the unique Monkey Juice and Sticky Bandit, and find out what sets them apart. Learn from start to finish how to nurture your plants, and if you hit a bump, we've got the solutions to common issues right here.

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What products does Cronk Nutrients offer?

Cronk Nutrients offers a range of products, including base nutrient systems like Bonnie & Clyde and a 3-Part Base, additives like CalMag, Monkey Juice, Sticky Bandit, and Bud Booster, as well as Armadillo Armour for added silicic acid.

Can I use Cronk Nutrients on non-autoflowering plants?

Yes, you can use Cronk Nutrients on non-autoflowering plants. While Bonnie and Clyde are ideal for autoflowers, the 3-Part Base can be used for photoperiod plants with additional additives.

When do I start feeding my plants with Bonnie & Clyde or the 3-Part Base?

Start feeding according to the feeding schedule provided by Cronk Nutrients. (usually 1-2 weeks after your seed has popped out of the soil). The schedule typically begins in the first week, but always monitor your plants for signs of readiness.

Can I mix Cronk Nutrients with other brands?

Yes, you can use Cronk Nutrients alongside other brands if needed. However, it's advisable to start with Cronk Nutrients alone to better understand your plant's response.

What should I do if my package is delayed?

If your package is delayed, please rest assured that Cronk Nutrients covers orders with Route Shipping Insurance, ensuring you receive your order regardless of shipping issues. Contact us for assistance.

What is the recommended order for mixing Cronk Nutrients?

To achieve the best results, it's essential to follow a specific order when mixing Cronk Nutrients. Always start by mixing Micro first, and if you're using Reverse Osmosis (RO) water, mix in CalMag first, allowing it to sit for 5-10 minutes before adding Micro. If using Armadillo Armour, mix that in in first. If you're using Bonnie & Clyde, it's important to mix in CalMag first before proceeding with the rest of the nutrients. When using a silicic product, add it first in the mixing process.

Is it necessary to check the pH of the nutrient solution when using Cronk Nutrients?

Yes, maintaining the appropriate pH level is crucial for your plants' nutrient uptake. After mixing your Cronk Nutrients, be sure to check the pH of the nutrient solution. Adjust it to the optimal range for your chosen growing medium. Typically, hydroponic systems require a pH range of 5.5 to 6.5, while soil-based grows may prefer a range between 6.0 and 7.0.

Do I need to use all of Cronk Nutrients products for my grow?

While you have the option to select specific Cronk Nutrients products that match your growing needs, it's recommended to use a comprehensive nutrient system like the Bonnie & Clyde for autoflowers during the vegetative and flowering stages. These products are designed to provide the essential nutrients required by your plants. You can also include additives like Monkey Juice, Sticky Bandit, and Bud Booster to enhance specific aspects of your grow.

Can I use all Cronk Nutrients additives with autoflowers?

Yes, many Cronk Nutrients additives, such as Monkey Juice, Sticky Bandit, Bud Booster, and Armadillo Armour can be used with autoflowers. However, it's important to follow the recommended dosages and guidelines provided in the feeding schedules. These additives can help enhance the overall health and yield of your autoflowering plants during their different growth stages.