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  1. Hi guys, So I'm just about to start a new grow / mummy hunt and my supplies are in need of restocking. Previously I've used various boost products, and I've done OK. My question is - would I have done just as OK if I save my money and not use any boost at all? Maybe replace using boost with something organic like molasses? What are peoples thoughts on using boosts, are they any good, can/do I get better or more ganga? I've read a good few dairies on here from folks who've grown a lot longer than I, using minimal nutes & adds with awesum results. I usually use these during a grow...do I need to or can I drop some? If so, why or why not? Base stuff Rooting stuff Enzyme stuff PK stuff Boost stuff Silica stuff Open for all thoughts, lets try and keep this as objective as we can where possible tho.