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Green House Powder Feeding

At Green House Feeding, our primary aim is to achieve remarkable outcomes with our exceptional plant nutrients. We take pride in our award-winning nutrients, which have been meticulously developed by Green House Seed Co. These products are designed to be straightforward and user-friendly, offering high concentrations and catering to specific types of plants throughout all growth stages.

Our ingredients are sourced from the EU and are of the utmost quality, meeting food-grade standards. We offer two product lines: a mineral line and a bio line. These options are not only cost-effective but also provide the added benefits of being easier to use, store, and transport. Furthermore, they boast a longer shelf life compared to liquid fertilizers. In essence, our motto is to keep it simple while achieving outstanding results in plant cultivation.

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Q: Is Green House Feeding compatible with all types of growing mediums?

A: Green House Feeding can be applied to a variety of mediums. However, the feeding regimen may vary depending on the medium used. 

Soil:

Soil or soil-based mediums are commonly chosen for cultivation due to their widespread availability, affordability, and ease of maintenance. Many novice growers opt for soil mixes, primarily because soil acts as a buffer against pH fluctuations and nutrient deficiencies. Various ready-to-use soil mixes are available from different companies, and there are numerous DIY soil mix recipes accessible online.

Most soil mixes come pre-fertilized for the initial 3-8 weeks. When using heavily pre-fertilized soil, growers must exercise caution with seedlings and young plants, as they have limited control over their feeding regimen in such cases. We recommend using lightly fertilized soil, which contains sufficient nutrients for the first 3-4 weeks of a plant's life.

Green House Feeding is perfectly suited for soil. When growing in soil, we recommend feeding the plants every other watering (water - nutrient solution - water - nutrient solution) to prevent salt buildup in the medium. Additionally, flushing the medium 2-3 times with pH-balanced water during the entire growth cycle, depending on the flowering time, is advised.

Thanks to the high-quality mineral salts used, plants can easily assimilate the nutrients, resulting in minimal salt buildup when flushing regularly. During the last 7-10 days of the flowering period, we recommend flushing the medium only with pH-balanced water.

Coco, Hydro, Aero:

Hydroponic cultivation is gaining popularity due to the perceived control it offers over the feeding regimen. Hydroponics, which translates to "water-working," involves growing plants in a water and nutrient solution without soil. Hydro setups are typically more efficient and productive compared to soil setups but require careful monitoring of pH and EC values by the grower.

In hydroponics, you provide precisely the nutrients your plants require. Various hydroponic setups exist, including Deep Water Culture (DWC), Nutrient Film Technique (NFT), Ebb and Flow, Drip Systems, and Aeroponic Systems.

Coco growing is another hydroponic method where coco fibre is used similarly to soil. However, feeding needs to be more controlled compared to soil, as coco does not act as a buffer.

Green House Feeding is suitable for coco and hydro setups and typically requires no additional nutrients besides the Powder Feeding. Only when using RO water or rainwater with an EC of 0.0, we recommend adding our Additive: Calcium to raise the calcium level to the desired value.

Generally, you can store your feeding solution in a light-proof reservoir for up to 10 days, but we recommend changing the solution weekly for optimal results.

 

Q: Which Green House Powder Feeding should you choose?

A:

1. Grow:

Composition: N-P-K-(Mg): 24+6+12+(1.2)

Designed for: The vegetative growth stage of all plants, including seedlings, young plants, and green plants.

Description: The Grow formula is tailored to foster optimal development during the growth phase, resulting in healthier, more robust, and more resilient plants. It promotes faster, lusher growth and is particularly beneficial for taking cuttings. The high nitrogen content encourages stronger branching and thicker leaves, which store more reserves and facilitate rapid rooting of cuttings.

Ideal for:

  • Lettuce
  • Ficus Benjamina
  • Azaleas
  • Erica Carnea
  • Various young and herbaceous plants

2. Short Flowering:

Composition: N-P-K-(Mg): 16+6+26+(2)

Designed for: Plants with a short flowering time, covering both the growth and flowering stages.

Description: The Short Flowering formula offers a balanced blend of macro- and microelements throughout the growth and flowering phases, ensuring the correct nutrient ratio for easy absorption. It's perfect for plants that begin flowering early.

Ideal for:

  • Tomatoes
  • Cucumber
  • Bell peppers
  • Cyclamen
  • Begonia
  • Etc.

3. Hybrids:

Composition: N-P-K-(Mg): 15+7+22+(3.6)

Designed for: Plants derived from hybrid crosses with an intermediate flowering time.

Description: The Hybrids formula provides a well-balanced mix of macro- and microelements suitable for both growth and flowering stages. It maintains the right nutrient ratio for easy absorption, making it ideal for plants with intermediate flowering times.

Ideal for:

  • Cichorium
  • Asteraceae
  • Sunflowers
  • Etc.

4. Long Flowering:

Composition: N-P-K-(Mg): 18+12+18+(1.2)

Designed for: Plants with a long flowering time.

Description: The Long Flowering formula offers carefully prepared macro- and microelements in the correct balance for all growth and flowering phases. It does not require additional components and ensures easy nutrient absorption, making it an excellent choice for plants with extended flowering periods.

Ideal for:

  • Balcony, bedding, and potted plants
  • Orchids
  • Etc.

Choose the Green House Powder Feeding formula that aligns with your specific plant's growth and flowering characteristics to achieve optimal results.