Cultured Solutions premium plant nutrients are formulated with only the finest mineral salts, providing an exceptionally well balanced, highly-soluble nutrient solution for explosive growth. The entire Cultured Solutions nutrient line contains no added dyes or preservatives ensuring only the highest quality fruits and flowers.
The Cultured Solutions Nutrient line is composed of 8 very easy to use nutrients, UC Roots, Veg A & B, Bloom A & B, Bud Booster Early, Bud Booster Mid, and Bud Booster Late. Click the button below to view the feeding chart.
Take a look below for a quick description of the products in the Cultured Solutions nutrient line. Click on the name of each product for a full detailed description.
Cultured Solutions UC Roots - keeps your hydroponic system clean, prevents and removes mineral deposits, reduces microbial hazards, improves nutrient uptake and improves available oxygen. UC Roots improves chemical function and helps maintain a well-balanced nutrient solution. By decreasing the potential habitat for plant pathogens, UC Roots creates the perfect environment for explosive root growth!
Cultured Solutions Veg A & Veg B - combines all necessary macro and micro nutrients in a pH stable, chelated form, ideal for high performance hydro and water culture applications. Veg A & B offers plants the minerals needed in ideal ratios to ensure optimal uptake of the nutrient solution is achieved.
Cultured Solutions Bloom A & Bloom B - is a full spectrum, mineral based nutrient which contains all the elements necessary to produce prolific results. With a properly balanced dose of minerals in solution, Bloom A & B affords plants just what they need to thrive as they push forward into the reproductive stage.
Cultured Solutions Bud Booster – Early - is specifically formulated to aid in the development of flowering sites and is fortified with added Nitrogen and Magnesium to promote peak performance. Providing ample nitrogen during the early elongation stage of bloom encourages plants to reach their full genetic potential.
Cultured Solutions Bud Booster – Mid - incorporates high levels of Phosphorous and Potassium to provide your plants with the minerals needed during primary flower periods. Our zero Nitrogen bloom booster also supplies Sulfur and Magnesium to assist in the synthesis of essential amino acids. This encourages the production of complex sugars and starches, crucial during fruit and flower formation.
Cultured Solutions Bud Booster – Late - is an exceptionally pure, powdered nutrient, specifically formulated for the ripening period of the bloom cycle. Higher levels of Phosphorus and Potassium during the late flower phase encourage plants to reach final maturation and maximize essential oil production.
Cultured Solutions Usage Recommendations
When using reverse osmosis or low ppm tap water supplement the water with a Cal/Mag supplement at 0.5-1mL/gal for water culture and 2-5 mL/gal for Rockwool and Coconut Coir.
Recommended nutrient dosages are general and should be used as a base line. For more high performance applications (high levels of CO2 and high light intensity) increasing nutrient strength by 10-15% may be necessary. Monitor plants to optimize proper dosages.
For greenhouse applications it may be necessary to increase dosages by 15-25% to maximize plant production given the increase in lighting concentrations. Conversely, in lower light applications it may be necessary to decrease concentration slightly so as not to push plants beyond the given parameters at hand.
For soil or soilless applications it is recommended to leach with UC Roots periodically to aid in the avoidance of toxic mineral salt build ups. If pushing the plants with higher ppm regimes be sure to leach weekly.
Cultured Solutions Nutrient Package Questions & Answers
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(Posted on March 31, 2016)