House & Garden A&B soil base nutrient is designed to be used only in soil and works best with House & Garden soil mixes. The unique composition of soil nutrients requires an extremely precise composition of the various minerals which ensures that soil and nutrients are used to their full advantage. House & Garden two part soil nutrients are soil specific nutrients. The special composition of the nutrient solution leaves the water reservoir pure and keeps it fresh. At the same time it provides an excellent balanced nutrient ensuring optimal absorption at the root zone.
House & Garden soil base nutrient is composed of liquid nutrients and trace elements and contains no bulking agents which make the transfer from the root zone to the plant easier. Soil base nutrient is composed from the purest high-quality nutrients that are available on the market to date, including Eddha-Fe (iron).
This enables the plant to absorb the nutrient fast and effectively. In short if you want an excellent start for your plants use House & Garden A&B soil. House & Garden base nutrients contain a full range of beneficial elements, Humic and Fulvic acids improve the uptake and transportation of nutrients which in turn will promotion healthy plant growth and absorption capacity of the root zone.
When preparing your nutrient container, fill it two thirds with water. First add part A of the nutrient and circulate well before adding part B of the nutrient. Start off in the growth cycle with an EC 1.2, increase following the grow schedule until the end of bloom and finish with an EC of around 2.0. Add any root growth stimulators or flowering stimulators at this point then top up the container to the desired level.
Adjust the pH value to harmonise with the nutrient solution. Use House & Garden pH+ (up) or pH- (down) as this has been developed specifically for use with House & Garden nutrients and will give you a longer and more stable reading.
For best results use House & Garden soil mixes.
Do not add A&B at the same time, as this will trigger a chemical reaction in the nutrient, resulting in solidification of some parts of the nutrient and causing incomplete nourishment for your plants. Also this could cause some blockages in irrigation piping.