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Fri Mar 29, 2019 5:01 pm

When starting into flower ( 12 /12 ) should I switch to Bloom A & B or continue with Grow A & B for a few days to ease transition.

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Fri Apr 05, 2019 2:14 am

@zombywoof It is up to you... Most growers do a complete switch from Grow A and B to Bloom A and B and the transition is seamless. This is what we recommend. Some growers, however, prefer to implement a "Transition" week. Growers would use the Grow A and B along with the Bloom A & B but all 4 parts would be at half strength. You can go either way depending on your growing methods, neither way is incorrect though. This is the beauty of the CYCO Platinum Series line, it is very flexible and can be used in ways that meet the demands of the plants you are growing in addition to your growing style. Hope this answers your question!
-Chris Keck
VP of Sales for CYCO
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