Part of General Hydroponics 3 Part Formula For Maximising the Effects Of Micro Nutrients
- For use alongside General Hydroponics 3 part formula – Flora Gro & Flora Bloom
- Encourages further nutrient absorption during the growth of your plants
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General Hydroponics Flora Micro is designed to be used alongside the General Hydroponics 3 part formula range.
What is the purpose of General Hydroponics Flora Micro?
General Hydroponics 3 part formula contains all essential nutrients needed to improve and speed up plant growth. Flora Micro encourages a far more advanced nutrient uptake, which in turn maximises the potential growth and photosynthesis of your plants.
Similarly, by utilising General Hydroponics 3 part formula, you’ll see drastic changes in the size, quality and aroma within your flowers and vegetables. This solution also provides nitrogen and calcium which are crucially important for plant diets.
Who can use General Hydroponics Flora Micro?
Flora Micro is for use alongside General Hydroponics 3 part formula for maximum plant growth. These solutions are for use throughout the plant’s growth development, and each singly have their own advantages in plant growth. They are used by growers to allow greater control over the nutrient feed. To use simply mix the solutions in accordance to the feeding schedule below.
General Hydroponics Flora Micro Dosage, Specifications & Guidance
Start of vegetation stage: Gro – 0.25ml per litre + Micro – 0.25ml per litre + Bloom – 0.25ml per litre
End of vegetation stage: Gro – 0.7ml per litre + Micro – 0.7ml per litre + Bloom – 0.7ml per litre
During first 2 weeks of blooming: Gro – 1.5ml per litre + Micro – 1ml per litre + Bloom – 0.5ml per litre
During the last 4 weeks of blooming: Gro – 0.5ml per litre + Micro – 1 ml per litre + Bloom – 1.5ml per litre
- For use throughout the entire growth cycle of your plants
- When using, always wear suitable PPE
- Shake bottle before use
- Available in 1 litre sized containers.
WARNING – Never directly mix nutrient concentrates together. This is because when put together at the same time, they can clog together. This makes it significantly harder for plants to absorb nutrients.