EHG Micro 1 litre provides all the required micro-elements, in a chelated form. Part of the Easy Hydro Grow range.
The EHG 3 part series (Grow, Micro & Bloom) provides the perfect nutrient combination for every stage of your plants’ development by following the simple grow chart set out on the detailed Instructions in the EHG Nutrient guide.
Designed to work in Coco Peat, Hydroponics, Soilless and Soil.
Nitrogen N 50.3g/kg
Potassium K 16.7g/kg
Calcium Ca 52,7g/kg
Zinc Zn 117.7mg/kg
Copper Cu 13mg/kg
Molybdenum Mo 6,5mg/kg
Iron Fe 957mg/kg
Boron B 242mg/kg
Manganese Mn 242mg/kg
Please note: Grow needs to be used in conjunction with Micro and Bloom to provide all the nutrients your plants require.
Please see EHG Nutrient Guide.
- Store in a cool dry place.
- Shake well before use
- Do not mix formulas in their concentrated form.
- Place each component separately in the reservoir.
It is important to remember that if you follow the recommended feeding regime, your plants will not suffer from a nutrient deficiency. Often other issues such as damaged or rotting roots, water temperature too high etc. which will manifest as visible nutrient deficiency in the leaves, simply because the roots are unable to supply the plant with the nutrients it needs and not because there are insufficient nutrients in the solution.
The Nutrient Strength suggested in the feeding schedule is a general guide suitable for most plants. For some Heavy feeding plants the recommended ratios can be as much as doubled (to a maximum EC reading around 2.2 – 2.4) with good results. Any increase must be made with caution.
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From a scientific perspective, hydroponics is the way to go. Closed, recirculating systems allow for complete control over the nutrient solution so growers are able to know exactly what nutrients their plants receive. Various nutrient formulas are designed specifically to suit different types of plants at different growth stages. Growers can choose the nutrients based on the crop they are growing, and can tweak the formula for the vegetative stage or the flowering stage. This leads to higher yields than traditional soil-based agriculture. Healthy plants are naturally more pest-resistant than unhealthy plants or plants that don’t receive optimum nutrition. In addition, nutrient meters can be used to regularly test the nutrient concentration. Tests allow growers to add elements when they see a sign of nutrient deficiency. This ensures that all elements are present in their desired concentrations, allowing for optimum growing conditions that are tailored to each plant’s specific needs.