Cultured Solutions Bloom A/B

: Current Culture H2O

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Cultured Solutions® Bloom A & B is a full spectrum, mineral based nutrient that contains all the elements necessary to produce prolific results. With a properly balanced dose of minerals in solution, Bloom A & B affords plants just what they need to thrive as they push forward into the reproductive stage. Bloom...
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Cultured Solutions® Bloom A & B is a full spectrum, mineral based nutrient that contains all the elements necessary to produce prolific results. With a properly balanced dose of minerals in solution, Bloom A & B affords plants just what they need to thrive as they push forward into the reproductive stage.

  • Bloom Formula
  • Exceptionally pH Stable
  • Highly Concentrated
  • Made in California

See our listing for the Current Culture UC 4 XL Kit here.

 

USAGE INSTRUCTIONS

Weekly Treatment for Hydroponics System/Reservoir: 
Add 1-3mL of UC ROOTS per gallon of nutrient solution every 5- 7 days if nutrient temps are below 68°F or every 1-3 days if nutrient temps exceed 76° F. 
 
Periodic and Final Nutrient Flush:
Periodic: Add 5-7mL of UC ROOTS per gallon of water and continue to irrigate as normal. Continue this process for 12-24 hrs. then drain away solution and mix new nutrient.
 
Cloning /Propagation:
Add 5-10mL of UC ROOTS per gallon of fresh water at the beginning of the cloning/propagation process. Cuttings may be dipped or fully immersed in 25-30mL of UCROOTS per gallon of water for 20-30 seconds, then apply cloning gels or rooting powders.
 
Hydroponic System/Reservoir Cleaning (Without Plants):
Add 30mL of UC ROOTS per gallon of water. Circulate for 1-24 hours then drain the system/reservoir.
 
To Clean Used Media:
Soak overnight in 30mL of UC ROOTS per gallon of water. This will clean and help prepare media for reuse and is suitable for clay pebbles, coconut fiber, rockwool , etc. that are not excessively degraded or contaminated.

 

For any uses not specifically mentioned please contact CCH2O

Learn more at the Current Culture website here.