CANNA HYDRO Flores A+B 1 Liter

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  • Base price: 6,47 € per l
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  • Item no.: 10681
  • Product weight: 2,52 kg
  • Shipping time: 2 - 3 workdays
Composition NPK:
Phase:
Medium:

Description

A direct availability and a correct composition of nutrients play a crucial role during the plant?s blooming phase. HYDRO FLORES stimulates the fruitification and contains all the nutrients that the plant needs during this phase.

During the blooming phase considerable less nitrogen is needed for example, but an increased need for potassium and phosphor occurs. In addition, HYDRO FLORES? unique formula is rich in chelated trace elements in a directly absorbable form. This results in an exuberant bloom.

 usage:
- Shake bottle well before use
-  Fill nutrient reservoir with water
-  Add Hydro Flores to the nutrient reservoir with the dilution ratio 1 : 250 (400 ml A and 400 ml B per 100 L of water)  Add Hydro Flores A  to the nutrient reservoir  Stir well, then add Hydro Flores B   Again, stir well and let mixture stand for some hours
-  The EC of Hydro Flores dissolved in (tap) water varies between 1,8 - 2,7 mS (= the solution EC + the water EC)
-  Recommended pH: 5,2 - 6,2
-  When growing intensively drip feed the plants 1-3 times a day with this nutrient and make sure the drain will be between 10% and 20% and/or flush with water every 1-2 weeks. In general this means 4-6 litre of nutrient per m² per day

Storage, health & safety and other directions
-  CANNA developed Hydro Vega specially for the growing phase of the plant
-  Do not mix A & B concentrate directly; Insoluble combinations will occur which the plant cannot absorb
-  Store closed in a dark and frost-proof place (UV light breaks down iron chelates in the nutrient)
-  Keep out of reach of children

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