A one-part nutrient that delivers good yields and is easy to use. Use Ionic Grow during the growth phase and then for the flowering/fruiting phase switch to Ionic Bloom (for cuttings and seedlings, we recommend the "baby feed" Formulex with this particular brand). Hard water (HW) and soft water (SW) formulations available.
The manufacturer's recommended dilution rates are as follows (per litre of water):
- Q & A
Questions and Answers (5)What strength would i mix the Grow per litre of water?You would use Ionic Grow @ 7ml per litre of water.
Written by DH | 9 Jun 2014do you sell ionic boost at growell because i cant see it on the page withe the grow and bloom ?Ionic Boost (in its original formulation) has been discontinued by the supplier. It has been replaced with a different formulation that we do not now stock as we don't think it offers very good value for money. Vita Link Buddy will do a similar job and is very cost effective.
Written by CO | 7 Sep 2012do u use grow feed alway thro the cycle.aswel as the bloom and boostYou would use the grow nutrient throughout the vegetative cycle, then use it at half strength alongside the bloom for the first 2 weeks of flowering. , then just use the bloom & boost.
Written by adrian price | 26 Feb 2012I have been using ionic feeds for a number of years, It annoyingly seems to produce a large amount of crystal deposits which are hard to remove. can you recommend an alternative that doesn't react this wayThis is a common issue with 1 part feeds, we would recommend using a 2 part feed such as Vita Link Max instead, as this will be less of an issue.
Written by GG | 6 Sep 2011CAN THIS BE USED FOR SOIL OR WHAT WOULD YOU AT GROWELL SAY IS THE BEST FOR SOIL AND WILMA GROWING NICE-ONE CHRISYou would get a result in soil with Ionic Grow & Bloom, but it is primarily designed for hydroponics. If you are hand watering, I would recommend Bio Bizz Grow, Bloom, & Topmax, however, if you are using a system such as a Wilma, you would be best off using Vita Link Earth, or Canna Terra Vega & Flores, as these are mineral based feeds that will not block the drip lines or pump.
Written by CH | 5 Aug 2011