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you. One very important factor is the soil medium you grow in. This factor can save you tremendous amounts on your nutrient costs and your annual soil cost when done properly.
The following example demonstrates what cost factors you can expect:
The nutrient cost for a 13 week cycle plant in a 7 gallon pot of real soil is $5.75 per plant, yielding 7-9 oz dried flower per plant for most strains. That's about 2.5 cents per gram of flower... done right.
The Matrix Solution is a 100% complete organic nutrient matrix that out-performs any competition at a lower cost and yet produces a higher quality (increased THC) and higher weight yield every cycle... When it's done right.
Biotic Nutrient Cost
There are many variables that will determine what your operations' nutrient cost will be based on. The length of your vegetative grow cycle, the soil medium you currently use and then the pot size you grow in. These variables are all taken into account when I calculate your nutrient cost for
Biotic Definition: Relationships that are derived from and between living organisms in their environment. The biotic factors in an environment include the organisms themselves as well as such items as pests, competition for food resources, symbiotic relationships between microorganisms and plants, nutrient
sources and trace minerals and element balances and soil mediums. These factors produce, when in their correct balances, a synergy that allows a plant to reach its absolute full potential.