Introduction to Your Hydroponic Nutrient Feed Chart

Welcome to our definitive Hydroponic Nutrient Feed Chart, tailor-made for growers who seek a meticulous and optimized approach to plant nourishment. Whether you’re a seasoned hydroponic enthusiast or just getting your feet wet, mastering the art of nutrient dosing can be both challenging and rewarding.

Our feed chart is meticulously designed to take the guesswork out of your growing journey. Over the course of 11 weeks, we guide you through the essential phases of plant growth, from the vegetative to the flowering stages. You’ll find the precise milliliters-per-liter dosage for each product in our specialized nutrient range.

To ensure that you achieve the lush, abundant growth that all hydroponic gardeners aspire to, we’ve also provided a set of easy-to-follow guidelines. These will help you maintain optimal pH, water temperature, and Electrical Conductivity (EC) levels, among other variables.

So go ahead, dive in, and let our Hydroponic Nutrient Feed Chart be your roadmap to a flourishing and productive growing experience!

General Guidelines:

  1. Initial Setup: Make sure to clean your hydroponic system thoroughly before adding any nutrients or water.
  2. pH Level: Maintain a pH level between 5.5 and 6.5 for optimal nutrient absorption.
  3. EC Levels: Keep the Electrical Conductivity (EC) levels within the range specified for your specific crop.
  4. Water Temperature: Maintain water temperature between 18°C and 22°C for best results.
  5. System Check: Periodically check for clogs, leaks, or any other system issues.

Feed Chart Usage:

  1. Week-by-Week: The chart is designed for a total of 11 weeks of plant growth—3 weeks for vegetative growth and 8 weeks for flowering.
  2. ml/L: All measurements in the chart are given in milliliters per liter (ml/L).
  3. Dosage: Start with the lower dosage when first introducing new nutrients. Gradually increase according to the chart.
  4. Not All-Inclusive: The chart is a general guideline. Depending on specific crop needs and your observations, adjustments may be necessary.
  5. System Flush: Perform a complete system flush before the last week (Week 11) by using the “Flush” nutrient as indicated on the chart.
  6. Product Compatibility: These products are designed to be compatible but always perform a jar test if mixing with nutrients from other manufacturers.
  7. Final Week: In the last week (Week 11), use only the “Flush” nutrient to clear out any remaining nutrients in the system, preparing the crop for harvest.