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Canna Hydro Vega & Flores

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Vega or Flores

Canna Hydro Vega & Flores

Researched and developed in the Netherlands, Canna Hydro Nutrients have been designed for use with all hydroponics growing mediums (substrate) except coco. Available in hard water (HW) and soft water (SW) formulations, you start out by applying Canna Vega for vegetative growth and then switch to Canna Flores for flowering/fruiting. We'd also recommend that you only feed young plants Canna Vega Start during the cutting/seedling stage, since the more subtle blend of elements perfectly suits their delicate needs.

Canna Hydro Flores (A+B) NPK ratio: 5:3:10 / Canna Hydro Vega (A+B) NPK ratio: 6:2:8

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

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

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  • what feed would i use for a iws bubbler system

    You can use any hydroponic nutrient in the IWS Bubbler system. We would recommend using the Vita Link Max range. The GHE Flora series, or Canna Hydro will also give good results.

  • Can you use Canna Hydro with the Wilma system?

    You can use Canna Hydro with the Wilma system if you are using either Cellmax or Clay Pebbles as your growing medium. If you are using coco or soil, it would be best to use a coco or soil feed.

  • Can I use Canna Hydro Flores h/w in NFT?

    Both Canna Hydro Vega & Flores will work well in an NFT system. It's good to also use Canna Boost Accelerator & Canna PK 13/14 during flowering.

  • can i use this in soil will it still work?

    It will work in soil, but you would get a better result if you use a soil specific nutrient.