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#1 2018-02-26 20:11:30

Registered: 2018-02-26
Posts: 20

Too many hydroponics stores in Humboldt.

I think it has to be said that there is way too many hydroponic stores in Humboldt.
Does everyone really think there will be a need for this many stores in the future?
What are the first hydro stores that are going to fail be?
Will it even matter?

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#2 2018-02-26 22:24:19

Registered: 2018-02-23
Posts: 39
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Re: Too many hydroponics stores in Humboldt.

I would have to agree with you.

I am not sure what hydro stores will close first. Probably the smaller ones.
I know NHS in Fortuna just moved stores and merged with Fortuna Feed. I think Fortuna feed went under because of tractor supply moving in so close. However maybe NHS is shifting away from hydro and into general farm/garden because they know there will be less growers.

Also Dazeys in Redway is putting up a huge steel building next to Dean Creek.

In the end maybe it will just be a shift of business.
Its defiantly not going to be like the old days of hydro stores cashing in on new gear and liquid nutrients.

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#3 2018-02-27 02:07:28

Registered: 2018-02-24
Posts: 48

Re: Too many hydroponics stores in Humboldt.

I would assume a lot of the stores that relied on indoor growers will be the first to go under.
The really big stores you would think already made so much money that they have to have enough to survive on.


#4 2018-02-27 07:55:49

From: Myers Flat, CA
Registered: 2018-02-24
Posts: 19

Re: Too many hydroponics stores in Humboldt.

A well liked & well known owner of a hydro store in so hum just died. I think it could signal the beginning of the end of their business. Not sure what the statistics are but last i checked there was almost 40 hydro stores in Humboldt County.

I hear once you have a business license you can just order wholesale from the manufacturer. Wouldn't this make going to the hydro store obsolete.

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#5 2018-02-28 01:22:23

Registered: 2018-02-24
Posts: 9

Re: Too many hydroponics stores in Humboldt.

I would give it about 2-3 years, in that amount of time it will be clear who is going out of business.

Lets face it commercial company's will not buy there large orders of nutrients from a retail outlet.


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