What is FloraGro used for?

FloraGro is part of an “Advanced Nutrient System.” Combined with FloraMicro and FloraBloom, it creates a hydroponic nutrient solution tailor-made for the growth stage of your plants. FloraGro is ideal for hydroponic applications and as a nutrient supplement for potted plants.

How often do you use flora bloom?

Change nutrient solution every 7-10 days. If your water is above 200ppm total or 70ppm calcium, use Flora Hardwater Micro instead of FloraMicro. Top off with fresh water between nutrient changes. Keep nutrient solution aerated for best results.

How much is a gallon of FloraGro?

Fertilizer Rates When plants are still in the seed or seedling state, or are new vegetative cuttings, add only 1/4 teaspoon of each nutrient per gallon of water. When plants are in the main vegetative growth stage, add 3 teaspoons FloraGro, 2 FloraBloom and 1 FloraMicro per gallon water.

Can you use FloraGro in soil?

It includes the FloraGro which is formulated to help plants develop strong roots. FloraMicro is developed to help plants during the growing season. While the FloraBloom can be added to both soil and hydroponic systems once the plant begins to flower or bear fruits.

How do you use FloraGro?

However, as a rule of thumb we use the “1-2-3” ratio:

  1. For seeds, cuttings, or delicate seedlings use 1/4 tsp. of each nutrient to 1 gallon water.
  2. For the vegetative stage of growth use 3 tsp. FloraGro to 2 tsp.
  3. For late vegetative to pre-bloom stage use 2 tsp.
  4. For bloom initiation to ripening stage use 1 tsp.

What order do you mix General Hydroponics?

It is best to begin by adding FloraMicro, stirring well, and then adding FloraGro and/or FloraBloom. If both FloraGro and FloraBloom are used, add one, stir well, then add the other. Be sure to watch Jesse walk you through the process of mixing Flora Series here.

What nutrients are in FloraGro?

Magnesium Nitrate, Magnesium Sulfate, Potassium Carbonate, Potassium Nitrate, Potassium Phosphate, and Potassium Sulfate. This product is concentrated to the limit of solubility. Protect from freezing and direct sunlight.

What is the best water to use for hydroponics?

distilled water
The advantages of using distilled water for hydroponics are obvious. Starting with distilled water means that plants are only exposed to the nutrients that have been added by the grower, not chemicals or contaminants, or even minerals found in tap water.

What should my ppm be during veg?

Early Vegging: 800 to 850 PPM — This is when you typically transplant. At this stage, not a lot of particles are needed. Mid-Stage Vegging: 850 to 900 PPM — You’ll start giving your plants more nutrients at this point. Late-Stage Vegging: 900 to 950 PPM — Nutrient intake increases as your plants prepare to flower.