HCO purple maxx & gravity nutes

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I was up on a website buying my bushmaster nutes which is also made by humbolt countys own and I came across these 2 others. Purple maxx and gravity. After reading about them I'm quite interested in seeing how well they work. Here's the write up on them

Purple Maxx

The next hit product from the people that brought us Bushmaster and Gravity!
Purple Maxx has been in development for over two years under the name of STACKER. They discovered a combination of organic compounds that would not only encourage plants to "stack" their flowering sites closer together during early flower development but would also stimulate increased resin development later. Plus, it would increase the girth of primary flowers, add mass and stimulate extreme crystallization in resin producing plants. Early testers also found that using a feeding regimen of both Gravity and STACKER reported their plants turned dark purple!

Please keep in mind this is an experimental product and is not completely ready for sale, but due to extreme demand is now being released in limited quantities. When applied properly, Purple Maxx enhances the existing purple produced. Plants that do not contain purple may not see any color change.

100% Organic

Gravity

GRAVITY FLOWER HARDENER - Viagra for plants!
Customers have been raving about this product, especially when used in conjunction with Bush Master.
Now available outside of Humboldt County. Not another pretty bottle, not another roadside attraction on the hydroponic superhighway, this is the real deal. Works well with any nutrient line. Just apply it once about three weeks before finish for results than can't be duplicated by any other product. Watch as flowers become denser and tighter than ever before. Find out for yourself why Gravity is the hottest product in Humboldt County.
Gravity is unlike any other flower-finishing product on the market. Gravity fills out flower clusters and increases total flower mass without interfering with flower scent and color. Based on natural ingredients, Gravity is the brother of Bushmaster, the popular plant height controller used at the beginning of flowering. Like Bushmaster, Gravity is recommended for flowering plants and not fruiting plants like tomatoes and peppers due to fruit drop.
The first testers reported modest weight gains with extreme hardening of the flowers, even the smallest ones. Founded on kelp extract, the product was fine-tuned to produce weight gains of 15% with many testers consistently achieving weight gains in the 30-40% range.


Anyway, I was wondering if anyone has been using this stuff. I'm going to be using bushmaster to keep my plants short and bushy, but I'm thinking of buying bottles of each of these and trying them out. I love the sound of denser, fatter, more resin covered buds.
 
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DLtoker

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I have used gravity... It's expensive as all goodness and it was my first grow so I didn't really have anything to compare it with. Also, like almost everyone's first time, not everything went smoothly. :rolleyes: I did use the bushmaster with amazing results and the harvested buds were pretty massive for the size of the plants.
 
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allglad

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hi I have been read'n on these 2 and found them to be hard to find, more so because gravity goes by the title of Gravity Flower Hardener..so if you want to look or ask for it thats what you ask for. ...so far the guys at cheaphydroponics.com has the best deal.
 

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