So I am using the floor nova series of nutrients, 1 quart of both grow and bloom and last week I had to get a new nutrients syringe so I bought one with an extra long blunted needle so that The size of the bottles was no longer an issue. Well today when I put the syringe into the grow, I knew that it was going to be thick but I was shocked to simply feel how much resistance I was getting in that bottle , I mean it must be the consistency of sludge in both the grow and bloom nutrients! After trying for five minutes, I simply could not draw any nutrients through the needle into the syringe that I had to use my tablespoon measurements to get anything out but what really concerns me is the fact that this is supposed to be a LIQUID and I'm afraid that this concentration of solids may hurt my plant and equipment. I mean I am assuming that the salads are crystallized nutrients, does this mean I should throw the bottles away or can I throw a little bit of distilled water into the bottle to dissolve the solids? And if I do the latter how much is too much? I mean what would the PPM be optimally in 1 mL of nutrients ( if that is even measurable ). I'd there anything I can or should do? I know when I opened these bottles earlier this year the first half of the nutrients wasn't nearly this thick ( it was thick, but I could still use my nutrient syringes).