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- The right tool for successful growing! -

Two bio-mineral nutrients for the flowering period. The trace elements in the mineral part are chelated. Even the iron to the Fe-EDDHA chelate, which is well absorbed at all pH values. The biological part contains more than 30 trace elements, carbohydrates, amino acids and a vegetable hormone which stimulates chlorophyll production.

Both a complete main power as a biological stimulator so.

  • for the first half of the flowering period Sweet Jane 1 (NPK 7-7-7);
  • for the second half of the flowering period Sweet Jane 2 (NPK 2-4-9).

So it's not a two-component A and B power!

The recommended dosage for Sweet Jane 1 and 2 up to 10 milliliters per 2 liters of water for mature plants. Give them each watering. Halve the dose for plants smaller than 30 centimeters.

Why two nutrients for the flowering period?
Because the power demand of the plant in flowering is not always the same, proceeds to the NPK ratio. In the first weeks of flowering plants grow and even then not a big difference so! and so also in nutritional needs.

Food Charts
A feeding scheme for land is actually very difficult because in many cases the practice bitter situation has little to do. Indeed, there are far too many variables. Consider, for example if only to differences in the amount of land is used by plants, one grower 5 liters and the other 15 liters, which already provides a totally different feeding schedule, and then again the composition of the soil which also different everywhere is, and so on.
No feeding schedule so, but instead a number of important issues that should be watched closely when feeding in the practical situation:

  • When the temperature is higher the dose must be reduced because the plant then absorbs more water. A high dosage combined power supply may cause burnt plants with a high temperature;
  • Reduce the dosage slowly growing, stagnant or diseased plants;
  • More land means less feed;
  • EC takes into account the value of the land that you start when you're feeding. When soil is fertilized you better after a few weeks of starting the diet. For the initial phase, you can use the best foliar spray to make sure that the plants get all the trace elements and the EC value of your soil hold in check.

Especially when growing on soil we run the risk that we N, P, or K to give a lot. That which we give too much is not absorbed by the plant and remains in the soil. Over time, the EC value of your ground will be too high. There is an excessive supply of certain fertilizers. This works to the detriment of the plants, they will have difficulty in absorbing water. Furthermore, a high concentration of minerals in the medium bad for the soil. It is therefore important to educate as much as possible in size to avoid excessive surpluses later in the culture. It is a question of foresight give nutrition especially when it comes to land cultivation, you can not go after all flush on the ground without offering too wet soil.

Roots take in water easily from a feed solution with a low concentration of elements, so a low EC. The concentration of ions in the plant cell is higher than elsewhere, and that creates an osmotic effect: The Water is pulled the cell. More difficult will know it as the water outside a high concentration itself ions (high EC). The plant must make adaptations to again develop sufficient suction. With increasing EC does not decrease the production looks fine, but the water is largely reduced. In a still further increase in the EC will produce less the plant.

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