This is a two part nutrient mix of Part A and Part B Hydroponic Fertilizer
DIRECTIONS For 250 grams:
You will need 2 x 1 litre containers to hold a concentrated mix of Part A and a separate concentrated mix of Part B. Part A and Part B need to be stored separately until use within your hydroponics system. Label the first container Part A and the second container Part B.
You will also need a measuring container to measure 7.5 ml. You may be able to purchase a syringe from a chemist to get an accurate measurement.
Dissolve Part A into 1 litre of warm water. Dissolve Part B into a separate 1 litre of warm water. You now have 2 x 1 litre containers of concentrated nutrient solution. Do not mix these together until you are ready to use in your hydroponics kit.
From your Part A concentrated container. measure out 7.5 ml of concentrate and add to 1 litre of water. From your Part B concentrated container measure out 7.5 ml of concentrate and add to the same litre of water. Repeat this until you have enough water in your reservoir. That is, if you have 6 litres of water for your hydroponics kit you will use Part A-7.5 ml x 6 litres of water =45 ml of Part A. And Part B-7.5 mlx6 litres of water=45 ml of Part B
This will give you a CF reading of approx. 20CF. Soft stemmed plants and smaller plants might only need 10CF so just half the amount of concentrate if required.
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Hydroponic fertilizer plays a pivotal role in soil-less agriculture. In traditional soil-based cultivation, plants extract essential nutrients from the ground, but in hydroponic systems, these nutrients are absent. This is where hydroponic fertilizers step in. They provide a balanced and concentrated blend of essential macro and micronutrients directly to plant roots. This ensures plants grow rapidly, remain healthy, and produce bountiful yields. By using a tailored hydroponic fertilizer, growers can optimize nutrient levels, minimize waste, and maximize the potential of their hydroponic systems, achieving results often superior to soil-based cultivation.
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