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How to Use FloraBloom

    • 1). Shake your bottle of FloraMicro well.

    • 2). Mix the base solution of FloraMicro and water as follows: 1/4 tsp. of FloraMicro concentrate to a gallon of water to fertilize cuttings and seedlings, 1 tsp. concentrate per gallon for general use where a mild solution is recommended, 2 tsp. per gallon for the vegetative growth stage, 2 tsp. per gallon when the transition to blooming phase is taking place or 2 tsp. FloraMicro per gallon when flowers are blooming or fruits and vegetables are ripening.

    • 3). Shake your bottle of FloraBloom well. Add FloraBloom to the solution of FloraMicro and water as follows: 1/4 tsp. of FloraBloom concentrate per gallon for cuttings and seedlings, 1 tsp. concentrate per gallon for general use where a mild solution is recommended, 1 tsp. per gallon for the vegetative growth stage, 2 tsp. per gallon when the transition to blooming phase is taking place or 3 tsp. FloraBloom per gallon for blooming or ripening flowers or fruits.

    • 4). Add FloraGro if desired; remember to shake the bottle well before adding concentrate to the solution. Mix according to the following proportions: 1/4 tsp. of FloraGro concentrate per gallon for cuttings and seedlings, 1 tsp. concentrate per gallon for general use where a mild solution is recommended, 3 tsp. per gallon for the vegetative growth stage, 2 tsp per gallon when the transition to blooming phase is taking place or 1 tsp. FloraGro per gallon for blooming or ripening flowers or fruits.

    • 5). Check the pH according to the directions on your testing kit and make sure that it is between 5.0 and 7.0. Add either General Hydroponics pH Up or ph Down liquid or dry concentrate in small amounts if the pH results are not ideal and test after each addition until you get to the proper pH.

    • 6). Soak or water your growing medium and plants as per recommendations for the type of medium and species of plants. Drain and discard accumulated solution every week or two and repeat process for best results; make sure to pay attention to the growing stage your plants have reached when replacing the nutrient solutions.

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