Effectively Reduces The pH-Level During The Bloom Phase
- Highly concentrated – saving you money
- Helps to reduce the pH within your nutrient solution
- Provides a stable environment to encourage more growth
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Dutch Pro pH Bloom is for professional growers looking to reduce the pH of their nutrient solution. It works by stabilising the solution, creating the perfect environment for growing.
What is the purpose of the Dutch Pro pH Bloom?
Dutch Pro pH Bloom is a concentrated solution featuring 30% Phosphoric acid, a good substance for reducing pH levels in liquids. You’ll find that when growing it is useful to use a product like this in order to keep pH levels of nutrient solutions stable. As a result, this further improves flowering, meaning you’ll get the maximum blossom out of your plants.
Similarly, this is a great product for reducing the risk of plants becoming deficient in nutrients.
Who Can Use Dutch Pro pH Bloom?
This is for use by professional growers for plants grown in dedicated hydroponics. When using this, take a sample of your nutrient solution, ensuring that it is at the optimum pH level for your plants (recommended pH level: 5.8-6.5). You can do this by using a digital tester if you find that you need to adjust the pH level then only add a small amount to half of your original nutrient solution. This is best done by using a pipette.
However please be aware that when mixing pH Up and Down results in an explosive reaction so make sure these two liquids do not come into contact with one another.
Dutch Pro pH Bloom Dosage, Specifications & Guidance
- Dosage: start with 1ml then slowly add to water, keep checking pH and keep adding the solution until the required pH level is achieved.
- For use during the last 3 weeks of flowering
- When using, always wear suitable PPE
- Shake bottle before use
- DO NOT MIX WITH pH up & pH down
- Available in 1 Litre sized bottles.
WARNING – Never directly mix nutrient concentrates together. When put together at the same time, they can react with each other. This makes it significantly harder for plants to absorb nutrients.