Some Flora Series Recipes

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Judith found this table of Flora series recipes:

http://homeharvest.com/generalhydroponicsfloraseries.htm

 

 

Application

FloraMicro

FloraGro

FloraBloom

Cuttings & Seedlings

1/2 Teaspoon per gallon
62 ml per 100 Liter

1/2 Teaspoon per gallon
62 ml per 100 Liter

1/2 Teaspoon per gallon
62 ml per 100 Liter

Foliar Feeding

3/4 Teaspoon per gallon
93 ml per 100 Liter

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

1/2 Teaspoon per gallon
62 ml per 100 Liter

Mild
General Purpose

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

General Purpose

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

1.5 Teaspoons per gallon
187 ml per 100 Liter

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

Strong
General Purpose

1.25 Teaspoons per gallon
156 ml per 100 Liter

2 Teaspoons per gallon
250 ml per 100 Liter

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

Agressive Strength

1.5 Teaspoons per gallon
187 ml per 100 Liter

3 Teaspoons per gallon
375 ml per 100 Liter

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

Orchid & Antherium

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

1/2 Teaspoon per gallon
62 ml per 100 Liter

Lettuce & Kohlrabi

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

1.5 Teaspoons per gallon
187 ml per 100 Liter

1/2 Teaspoon per gallon
62 ml per 100 Liter

Strawberry

1.5 Teaspoons per gallon
187 ml per 100 Liter

1.5 Teaspoons per gallon
187 ml per 100 Liter

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

Cucumber

1.5 Teaspoons per gallon
187 ml per 100 Liter

2 Teaspoons per gallon
250 ml per 100 Liter

3/4 Teaspoon per gallon
93 ml per 100 Liter

Tomato

2 Teaspoons per gallon
250 ml per 100 Liter

1.5 Teaspoons per gallon
187 ml per 100 Liter

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

Sweet Basil

1.5 Teaspoons per gallon
187 ml per 100 Liter

3 Teaspoons per gallon
375 ml per 100 Liter

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

Bean & Pepper

2 Teaspoons per gallon
250 ml per 100 Liter

2 Teaspoons per gallon
250 ml per 100 Liter

3/4 Teaspoon per gallon
93 ml per 100 Liter

Melon & Eggplant

2 Teaspoons per gallon
250 ml per 100 Liter

2 Teaspoons per gallon
250 ml per 100 Liter

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

Rose & Gerbera

2 Teaspoons per gallon
250 ml per 100 Liter

2 Teaspoons per gallon
250 ml per 100 Liter

1 Teaspoon per gallon
125 ml per 100 Liter

Poinsettia

2.25 Teaspoons per gallon
281 ml per 100 Liter

2.5 Teaspoons per gallon
312 ml per 100 Liter

1.25 Teaspoons per gallon
156 ml

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The table makes no sense,

The table makes no sense, it's completely unclear what stage they are referring to?

Take the tomato feed for instance, micro 2.0 - grow 1.5 - bloom 1.0, it does not seem to be any stage and it's impossible to categorise what they mean.

Take the table as a mild curiosity, stick with the GH website mix and all should be well, unless you are growing cukes!!!!

 

Orlando Jude (not verified)
I noticed that too.  But look

I noticed that too.  But look at the beginning of the chart.  It might be that it's for the seedling stage, then you use the other stages?  You could always email them with the question then post the answer here.

 

 

stonecold (not verified)
Just took a closer look at

Just took a closer look at the mix for strawberry and questions starts to pop out.

Anyone has any idea what growth stage is the above formulation for?

  Micro Grow Bloom
Growth (GH) 1.5 2.5 0.5
Transition (GH) 2 2 2
Bloom (GH) 2 1 3
Strawberry (HH) 1.5 1.5 1

 

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