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Fishbern

Returning from hiatus... have my nutrients expired?

Had an amazing grow back in 2018 and used a lot of BioBizz products. Now due to not being able to go out, I have to change location to where I won't be questioned. Reducing the size of my grow as well..

 

I have a good amount left of Bio Grow and Fish Mix with a drop left of Top Max. I know I'll be buying more, but I am hoping to get away with the remainder of the first two.

 

Still good I hope??

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Bern

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I wouldn't chance it mate 

Organic nutes have a shelf life of 12 months 

 

But it's up to you 

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i'm sure they will be ok if they smell ok?

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I've used old nutes and they've been fine, like ratdog says in my experience when they go off they start to smell really nasty, they get a sharp, vinegary stink :puke:

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They didn't really smell like anything tbh. I remember the fish mix having a strong scent too... Just hate forking over more cash in the time like this..

 

I'll give them a go but buy new Top Max and Bloom.

 

Good luck out there

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theyre still good. i just used topmax organic flower + boost thats been in my loft 15+ years with good results

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I think most nutrients tend to have a shelf life of, 2/3 yrs but if they are opened then 6 months. I don't think they will go off as such just not be as effective. Also depending if they have been stored well too hot or too cold. 

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