HY-GEN® HYDRO BLOOM SINGLE PART
- BLOOM SPECIFIC FORMULA
- PK ENHANCED FORMULA
- IMPROVES FLOWER QUALITY
- IMPROVES YIELD
- BALANCED TRACE ELEMENTS
- SINGLE BOTTLE FOR EASY USE
- HIGH SOLUBILITY
- SUITABLE FOR SOIL
HY-GEN® HYDRO BLOOM is a flowering and fruiting stage specific nutrient. It’s suitable for NFT (Nutrient Film Technique), expanded clay, perlite and other soilless substrates. Single part nutrients have been carefully manufactured using balanced density advanced ion chemistry. They have the same analysis as our two-part Hydro nutrients without compromising calcium, phosphorous or sulphur levels.
HYDRO BLOOM incorporates higher levels of phosphorous, potassium and trace elements to support the transition from flowering to final harvest. Optimum ratios between nitrogen and phosphorous are used to ensure maximum flowering and fruiting benefit. Calcium, potassium, magnesium, sulphur and trace elements are also optimised to maximise availability.
When flowering is initiated, flower and fruit formation requires higher levels of phosphorous, potassium and trace elements. HYDRO BLOOM contains high quality forms of these absorbable nutrients which give improved colour, flavours and yields. It’s essential that plants have an adequate supply of these nutrients at the correct ratios.
Continue using HY-GEN® HYDRO GROW until there are visible signs of flowers and buds. Use HYDRO BLOOM in conjunction with the HYDRO GROWTH to ensure an optimal transition into flower. This is the best way to meet the plants changing requirements. It’s important to have a growth specific and flower specific nutrient to guarantee outstanding results. Use one single bottle for grow and one single bottle for bloom – Single is easy!
HY-GEN® HYDRO GROWTH and HY-GEN® HYDRO BLOOM from start to harvest!
WHEN TO USE
Use HY-GEN® HYDRO BLOOM once buds and fruit have started to form. To ensure maximum performance, regularly test and flush your system to prevent nutrient and plant waste build up.
Pack Sizes Available
1 ltr, 5 ltr
HINTS & TIPS
Natural hormones produced by the plant are responsible for the transition into flowering, not the nutrients. However, while the transition occurs, the nutrients must be available in the correct balanced quantities in order to achieve the best results.