Lettuce Greens and Herbs Hydroponic Nutrients - Complete Nutrition
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- Complete Nutrient Formulation for Greens (Herbs, Lettuce and Microgreens) - Contains all 5 macro nutrients (N,P,K,Mg, Ca) and all 6 micro nutrients perfectly balanced for these types of plants
- Inexpensive - Includes more than 2#'s to make 128 gallons of nutrients! Do not be fooled by high priced multi-purpose liquids or single-part solid fertilizers - you cannot mix all fertilizers into one compound without problems, which is why our system is two-part.
- Non Liquid - You are not paying for the handling, packaging, and shipping costs associated with a pre mixed liquid
- Simple to Use - You literally only need three five-gallon buckets and measuring cup. Very simple to use.
- Transparent - We tell you EXACTLY what our formulation is. No smoke and mirrors.
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Complete Nutrient Formulation for Lettuce Herbs and Microgreens - in a solid form. Makes 128 gallons of nutrients. Exact formulation included with your package, based on commercial experience growing millions of plants. Works with nearly any leafy green or herb from seedling to full maturity. The only thing you will need to make this nutrient formulation is water, buckets, a measuring cup and a pH adjuster. (We recommend phosphoric acid for a pH down). Package includes two pouches of nutrients and instructions for mixing.
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My original education was that you had to have at least a two part mix because some elements are not stable when mixed and stored together. I see a lot of nutrients now seem to have the one component systems. While the two part system is a little more complicated the first time you mix it up, it really is simple once you have the gist-of-it. Also the requirements of a seedling are different than that of the plant when it gets closer to blooming and fruiting.
Also; I hate shipping water! So using dry ingredients and mixing myself really appeals to me.
In the photos you will see I used the lettuce nutrients to get the early (first) stage growth going. Now I am going to put them on their respective mixes for each plant. Look at photos to see more details on the plantings.
I will try to do an update as the plants grow.
Hope this helped.
What I found works quite well is to have two small half gallon size containers, I used bleach containers. I mixed 67g of a well mixed part A into one container of water, and 61.75g of a well mixed part B into the other. (I found these values by weighing each solid nutrient and dividing by the recommended amount). When it comes time to mix a nutrient solution up, I shake the nutrient containers a bit, and pour one cup of each solution into a 5 gallon sized container.
I fill the container until it measures in the correct EC range, which I typically get to around 1.95 mmhos/cm, after that I adjust the pH of the solution to around 6. Although its quite rare, if the mixed nutrient solution is not used up within 2 weeks, I dump it and start fresh.
Having a pH and EC meters are mandatory. Having the wrong amount of nutrients / the wrong pH will kill your plants. As a side note, 1 cup of each solution typically gets a 5 gallon bucket about half full for me, if you need more at once, add more nutrients and add water until the EC registers correctly.
I built a large outdoor system for spring. My test pilot of 16 lettuces under led + 400 w mh is doing the job. Will post photos at 21 days. Photo 1 is one week 16 hrs light day in utility room. Based on mpgardner setup. The 3 liter is a school project.
Here is a photo at 4 weeks. We ate one head at dinner. Good flavor.
I see a lot of complaint about mixing in smaller portion. I am no genius but it's simple math. If Part A and Part B is a total of 128 gallons then weight Part A in grams and divide it by 128 to get grams/gallon. Do the same for Part B and mix the two into your final mix. Adjust your PH level accordingly to your plants needs. Hope this help.