Canna Aqua Vega & Flores

Canna Aqua Vega & Flores

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Canna Aqua Vega 2 Litre

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Canna Aqua Flores 2 Litre

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Canna Aqua Vega 10 Litre

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Canna Aqua Flores 10 Litre

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Grow and bloom (Vega and Flores) nutrients specifically created for cultivating plants in NFT hydroponics systems.

- Contain humic and fulvic acids to promote nutrient uptake
- Extra silicon and seaweed extract help boost plant health
- For mid-range water hardness only
- Use Canna Aqua Vega during the vegetative growth stage and Canna Aqua Flores throughout the flowering/fruiting stage (we only suggest feeding your cuttings/seedlings with Canna Vega Start - a 'soft' formulation that meets their specific requirements)

Canna Aqua Vega (A+B) NPK ratio: 6:3:8 / Canna Aqua Flores (A+B) NPK ratio: 4:4:11

The manufacturer's recommended dilution rates are as follows (per litre of water):

Vega Start: 2-4mls (cutting/seedling)
Aqua Vega: 2-3mls of A and 2-3 mls of B (vegetative stage)
Aqua Flores: 3-4mls of A and 3-4 mls of B (flowering stage)

For a more comprehensive guide on the advised application rates of these nutrients, please give us a call on 0333 003 22 96.

Q & A

Questions and Answers (3)

would this be ok to use with water with a ph level of 7.0, in a nft system?
The Canna Aqua Vega & Flores will work well in an NFT system at pH 7.

Written by gman | 18 Apr 2012

can i use canna aqua in a hard water area the p.h reads at about 8.2
We would not recommend Canna Aqua for water that is very hard, you would be best off using the hard water formulation of Vita Link Max, or Canna Hydro.

Written by jay | 29 Jan 2012

Hi, considering switching to canna aqua from canna hydro soft water as it's more tuned for NFT, but aqua description states for mid range water hardness only. Should I switch being in a soft water area?
The normal Canna Hydro soft & hard water feeds work well in any hydroponic system. The Canna Aqua is a great product, but we don't sell lots of it as it is more specifically designed for Dutch water, which is slight to moderately hard, and as such works great in Dutch water, and also works great in English slight to moderate hard water. Unfortunately, people do have problems with it in soft water, and have found the standard soft water Hydro to work better. Also you might find in your soft water that the Aqua drops your pH too much, I would recommend as you are in soft water that you stick to the Canna Hydro, or other soft water Hydro feed.

Written by Sub | 22 Oct 2011