General Hydroponics MaxiGro

General Hydroponics MaxiGro

SKU #: GHMG

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Overview

Encourages growth of seedlings and cuttings and stimulates rapid growth through the "vegetative" growth stage!

MaxiGro™ encourages growth of seedlings and cuttings, and stimulates rapid growth through the "vegetative" growth stage.

MaxiGro™ and MaxiBloom™ are extremely potent, stand-alone, water-soluble, dry concentrate nutrients. Complete in primary, secondary, and micro nutrients, pH buffered MaxiGro™ and MaxiBloom™ will provide superior results when used with a wide variety of crops in both hydroponic and soil-based environments.

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General Hydroponics MaxiGro Questions & Answers

Do I use MaxiGro and MaxiBloom at the same time?

Yes and no. The Maxi series is designed to use one part at a time, but in a time of transition it may be beneficial to mix the two at half strength each (makes a full strength nutrient solution). Use MaxiGro in the vegetative stage and MaxiBloom in the fruiting/flowering stage.

Note: If your plant is not fruiting or flowering plant, MaxiGro is all that you will need to use.

Can GH nutrients be used in soil?

Of course. Make sure you use a weaker nutrient solution than you would for root feeding. Avoid foliar feeding in the heat of the day and under excessive sunlight. Generally, the best times to foliar feed are in the early morning and late afternoon.

Make sure you spray the undersides of the leaves. This is where the stomata or "lungs of the plant" are located, and where maximum absorption occurs.

Absolutely! All of our nutrient blends contain the necessary elements for plant growth. Start with the formula ratios identified on the label for the specific plant or crop you are growing, and then adjust and experiment until you find the right formula for your specific need.

Answer: Of course. Make sure you use a weaker nutrient solution than you would for root feeding. Avoid foliar feeding in the heat of the day and under excessive sunlight. Generally, the best times to foliar feed are in the early morning and late afternoon.

Make sure you spray the undersides of the leaves. This is where the stomata or "lungs of the plant" are located, and where maximum absorption occurs.

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