I love Mammoth P, except for the smell. Second best semi-secret i use. When i first used mammoth P, it did what you could call foxtailing, but in all directions, not just towards the light. Looked like a WW2 water mine from Gilligan's Island, all knotted up. But only in the older buds. Young buds growing up with it didn't knot up. Nor do they after 5 one liter bottles later. I also tried to multiply the microbes in a tea, but that was a waste of precious time since my girls lost the 'mammoth effect."
I noticed there is a threshold dose you must cross to see or keep the effect up. I used too much and not enough at times, and everyone's garden will see different results, based on the amount you are dialed in or think you are. My threshold dose is 1ml per gal every other day in tea. If i use less in a week's time, i lose the effect. I (R.O.) water daily with air pots, fairly weak tea every other day, sometimes throwing in an extra water day. Dialing in the room is as much dialing yourself in to your plants needs at that moment as the environment itself.
The only drawback i have with mammoth P is bud rot and they won't send me a hat. Just a lousy hat, Man.
My buds are much denser, heavier with than without. Thankfully Bubble8 flowers so fast i don't have to worry about the mold. Terpenes/flavinoids and resin increased noticeably with Mammoth. I only use organic inputs. No Terpinator, Massive, Rox, etc. et al. I like my stuff tasting unique and individual. Growmau5 knows what i am talking about.
Can't say what results will be using products like that. Averaging lil over an oz per gal of soil now, so keeping it clean. My friends are all feeling healthier since getting off that Colorado commercial crap going around. Poison straight into the lungs. That is why i started up again couple years ago.
Just wanted to share my observations on the subject, especially if anyone is brewing it to multiply it. Waste of time. I put in just a few minutes before using the tea. 2 Copper Chems and 5 Tomahawks were up though the soil last night when i checked on them, so i am out of here.
I personally will always grow with Mammoth P. I love it. It's fantastic!!
Forgot to add couple things related to price and stretching product out over time . Not needed for using in veg unless trying to maximize growth speed and money matters not. I use at start of 12/12, but only because weeks 1-4 use same tea, weeks 5-7-8 use less nitro tea, and don't need another tea brewing. But, small scale or poor, i wouldn't use until start of week 3. That effect will be there at the end. At least it for me it is. 1ml/gl is minimum or me. I like closer to 1.5 to 2, and when feeling rich i give them more or peak flower time.
It turned my Super Lemon Haze clones i grew for years, ( was dosing it hard 3ml/gal)and i knew this plant inside and out, into a plant i could rename and my own kin thought it was something different. Lemon Jet Fuel!!!! My tongue loved the changes. Jet fuel on there where before there wasn't. Sativa bud turned very narly, indica-like and much more resinous, which made it easier to trim as well. Oh, please use gloves when handling Mammoth.
Mammoth also as sped up flowering/fruiting time by 4 or 5 days as well. i like to think of buds as fruit. Like an orange or banana, once buds have acquired their size, they don't need near as much light as before. Doesn't hurt the plants to keep them in light (will slow maturity somewhat), but does allow for maximum production in a perpetual grow to pull as soon as possible and another goes in from veg.
I use it every watering at a rate of 2 mls per gallon, I dont use RO water because I have a well, most people cant even say why they use RO, if its city water with chlorine i can see doing that but not for anything else. I harvest 15 -18 onces per 5 gallon pot so i will not use anything else. I grow organic 8 pots per grow in a 4 x 8 tent and after week 5-6 the tent is a sea of green. i use mammoth p from day one until the last week of a flush prior to harvest. when I pump CO2 into the tent I get colas so big they look like the large end of a louiville slugger bat.