STANDARD NUTRIENT SOIL/HYDRO
Ferro offers three types of nutrient solution suitable for cultivation on soil and hydro substrates. These are Start A&B, Growth A&B and Bloom A&B. They can also be used for other applications, as detailed in the various cultivation plans. There are different cultivation scheme for soil and hydro.
Try these feeds on your own plants. You are sure to be amazed at the results, and your plants will thank you!
Standard START A&B nutrient solution is a proper starter feed for your plants. Use it to water the young plants into the soil or hydro substrate. The nutrient solution ensures that the initial basic needs of young plants are met. This starter feed also ensures that the pH in the substrate remains at a stable level. The Start nutrient solution is also ideal for watering in cuttings, on both soil and in hydro substrates. The Start nutrient solution is a two-component feed comprising Standard Start A and Standard Start B. This is an essential feed for plants in the starting phase.
Standard GROWTH A&B nutrient solution is used during the growth phase of plants on soil and hydro systems. During this phase, the needs of plants change, as does the requirement for regulating the pH levels of the medium. This Standard Growth nutrient solution is also ideal for using on stock plants (the plants from which cuttings are taken). This is an ideal, comprehensive two-component feed for plants during the growth phase on soil and hydro systems.
Standard BLOOM A&B nutrient solution is for plants during the flowering phase on soil and hydro systems. This is a comprehensive nutrient solution containing the perfect regime for your flowering plants. Use this feed throughout your plants’ flowering phase. The Bloom nutrient solution is also a two-component feed, comprising Standard Bloom A and Standard Bloom B.
The Bloom feed is a day-to-day nutrient solution and should be added to feed water each day. It is the ideal feed for plants and is made from top-quality fertilisers. Give your plants a boost during the flowering phase!