Sea Green for Hydroponics! Foams less than regular formula and tweaked ever so slightly to behave more appropriately for the hydroponics reservoir environment. Increase nutrient uptake, soil conditioning, and plant vigor in all stages from rooting to fruiting. Increases nutrient consumption under any condition and regulates beneficial nutrients. Sea Green, yet still provides the same superb “compost-tea extract” that boosts plant nutrient uptake during all the stages of your plant’s life cycle. It can be used with our nutrients or with your current feeding program. This super concentrate has organic chelators, surfactants, sugars, and amino acids for optimal soil and plant support.
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Follow This Simple Feed Chart Designed by our Research Team
|Veg||Flower Week 1||Flower Week 2||Flower Week 3||Flower Week 4||Flower Week 5||Flower Week 6||Flower Week 7||Flower Week 8|
|1 mL/L||2 mL/L||2 mL/L||2 mL/L||2 mL/L||2 mL/L||2 mL/L||1 mL/L||1 mL/L|
Note: Rate above is given in mL/Gal Drench
Q: How Is Sea Green Made?
A: Sea Green is extracted from the most fertile soils on earth and multiple natural compost sources. We select soils with desirable biochemical balances, so our products provide the ideal growth response for all plants. This extract is then mixed with specific microbial foods to promote and sustain a diverse living system.
Q: How Often Should I Use Sea Green?
A: Most of our customers use Sea Green with every feeding, but you can also use it with every other watering, add to compost tea, or foliar apply. Most users add some Sea Green to regular feedings due to Sea Green’s ability to turn nutrient and mineral profiles into highly soluble plant-available forms. Alternating your use is still effective, but, if you’re feeding heavily, we recommend adding Sea Green to avoid any burn issues or nutrient lock-out and get the growth boost you desire.
Q: Can I pre-mix Sea Green and “shake well” before each use, or should I mix it separately each time?
A: We recommend using any of our solutions within 24 hours of mixing into your reservoir. Otherwise, it will lose some of its potency. Making it fresh every time is optimal.
Q: Can Sea Green be used as a foliar spray?
A: Yes. Sea Green is an effective foliar, especially to prevent disease and deficiencies. It encourages faster growth, thicker cell wall tissue (for greater nitrogen production), and resistance to disease and pests. You’ll have even healthier, more vigorous plants to work with and enjoy. You also gain a higher brix count which allows the plant to fully express its genetic potential.
Q: Can Sea Green be used in hydroponics?
A: Yes. Sea Green Hydro was specifically formulated to work better in hydro systems, but all of our products work great for hydroponics. The original formula can foam (a lot) so it is best to add in small incremental doses to avoid excessive foaming. The Sea Green Hydro version was formulated to foam much less. You will see great results using True Blooms and Rootamentary in hydro, and we highly recommend it. Use these products at a rate of 0.5 to 1 mil per gallon.
Q: Will Sea Green burn my plants?
A: Sea Green itself will not burn plants unless used in very high doses (well over 3mL/gal). In fact, it will buffer against burning with very high nutrient feedings.
First, it’s important to know that burning can result from a massive sudden release of locked-up nutrients in the growing medium. Mineral salts have the nature of clustering into large crystals in the soil, and Sea Green will burst apart these clusters. If done too rapidly, this may result in an initial burning. Therefore, if plants are established and you’ve been feeding heavily, it’s advisable to ease into the use of Sea Green. If you’re adding Sea Green for the first time, midway through the growth cycle, or with soil that has been reused, we recommend 0.5 ml per gallon for the first application, coupled with backing off the nutrient products.
Once you’ve used Sea Green a couple times and you’re sure you don’t have salt buildup or a lock-out, you have the option of pushing the feedings to very high levels while adding 2-3mL/gal of Sea Green. At this point, once there is no lock-out going on, Sea Green will actually buffer against burning with extremely heavy feeding. Or you can back off your feeding and use less Sea Green, allowing a more cost effective application of your nutrients.
Q: Can I mix Sea Green and Rootamentary by the gallon and use them as a foliar spray?
A: Yes. This combo is excellent as a foliar spray for vegetative plants and seedlings/rooting cuttings. Whatever you don’t spray, go ahead and water in! We’ve seen roots grow up and out into the air and light (in a humidity dome) when sprayed with this combo. Mix both in the same gallon of water using 0.5 ml of Sea Green and 0.25 ml of Rootamentary. You can also use this combo as an effective seed soak.
Q: Can I combine Sea Green and True Blooms as a foliar spray? Or should they be sprayed separately?
A: Combining them is fine, but you will get better results by foliar spraying True Blooms and watering in Sea Green. The most optimal regimen for flowering plants is 2-3mL of True Blooms sprayed 1x to 2x per week and both Sea Green and True Blooms watered in at 1mL each.
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