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Tarantula - Advanced Nutrients
Advanced Nutrients

Tarantula - Advanced Nutrients

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 Research suggests that the roots of your plants are the most important factor in determining the amount and potency of your harvest.

Most hydroponics roots zones are physiologically sterile. Roots are the only living thing in them.

Your roots may appear barren and thin if you pay attention to them. But healthy roots, unlike most roots, appear to be in good health. Intensely branched, thickened, and lively, they have a "muscular" appearance.

Unless you've added helpful bacteria to your root zone, you're unlikely to find roots like these in hydroponics gardens.

Is it possible to accomplish this?

Your plants will benefit from the extra nutrients they get from decomposing organic debris.

Increase the pace of plant development and yields to their maximum potential.

Maximize nutrient absorption and mineral solubility.

enhances plant availability of nitrogen by increasing phosphorous availability and improving nitrogen conversion in the atmosphere

Another thing to keep in mind is that large colony-forming units per gramme are required for helpful microbe items to be effective for you.

To put it another way, a large number of microorganisms per gramme is required in the formula. Tarantula is the strongest of its kind, with a bacterial density of slightly under 10 million viable cells per gramme.

Not all Root Microbes Formulas are the same.


When you go to a hydroponics store and see multiple manufacturers' beneficial microorganisms formulae, it's confusing and annoying. Of course, you're wondering, which of these options is going to be the best value for my money.

It's important to keep in mind that producers might select from two quite unique methods when it comes to providing you with helpful microorganisms items.

Hydroponics companies often use third-party companies to bulk produce/bulk mix microorganisms without analysing them for individual plant and microbial compatibility. This is the most typical approach.

They also lose control over production and quality control as a result of this.

In addition, their method contains a sweeping generalisation about microorganisms. For example, the strain name "Bacillus subtilis" is simply the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the microorganism. It's the same as calling an automobile a "General Motors" and not knowing if it's a Pontiac or a Chevy.

It may be a Malibu or a Corvette, too, assuming it's a Chevy. That means you've got a Corvette—but the only way to tell is if it has the 300-horsepower engine or the 620-horsepower one!

Tarantula bacteria are always the ZR1 Corvette with a 620 horsepower engine, not the Chevy Malibu!

This is how they do it...

The microbiologists employed by Advanced Nutrients are among the best in the world. They all have PhDs, but one of them is particularly impressive: she has three! Many different strains of Bacillus subtilis and other helpful microorganisms are tested and bred by a team of scientists, and they are constantly improving the formula.

Beneficial bacteria prefer certain plants over others, and this is well-documented. Our breeding programme is why we devote so much time and money to it. As a company, we're on a mission to locate the most effective microorganisms for your plants.

In order to determine each microbial strain's unique traits and compatibility with one another, the experts insist that we purchase all the pricey, precision equipment they need. In order to get the best possible results rapidly, our microorganisms are incredibly fast-replicating (yes, they test for fast versus slow replicating microbes).

I don't outsource my tarantulas! A full-time Ph.D. microbiologist oversees all elements of production at every step of the way at this hydroponic nutrient company, which is the only one of its kind in the globe. These Piranha and Voodoo Juice products are no exception.

Each microbe strain is developed in a 10,000 litre breeding reactor, not in a collection of vats or tubs. Because various strains of beneficial microorganisms breed at varying rates, this is a key, time-consuming phase, yet it is important to achieve absolute homogeneity and maximal colony forming units (CFUs). Tarantula's strains are meticulously recombined after drying in the evaporation tower after breeding.

Using a "antagonist" substance, Tarantula's bacteria are put into hibernation to ensure its extended shelf life and enhanced viability. When mixed with nutrient reservoirs and the antagonist is diluted, the microbes are awakened.

You'll notice an increase in root growth and function when the antagonist is diluted, as Tarantula's microorganisms burst into action for you by encasing themselves around the roots and delving into them.

Choosing Tarantula now will help make your garden the envy of your neighbours and coworkers. Use Tarantula to strengthen your roots, and you'll see your buds grow to their fullest potential.