How H&G Aarde Works:
House & Garden 1-component Aarde is a mineral base nutrient specifically for use with plants grown in soil. House & Garden 1-component Aarde is complete plant food supplying all the basic nutrients required by plants for strong, healthy growth in both the vegetative and flowering stages of the plants development. House & Garden 1-component Aarde also contains other additives such as Humic Acid, Fulvic Acid and chelated iron ensuring your plants get the best nutrition possible in soil.
How to Use H&G Aarde:
Use as a feed for soil grown plants, as and when required. For hand-watered plants, use once every second or third watering once the nutrient in the soil is becoming depleted. Use at a rate of between 1ml/L and 5ml/L depending on the size of the plant, it’s growth stage and how depleted the soil nutrients are. For drip-fed systems, use according to feeding schedule. As with all nutrients, additives and pH adjustment products, avoid contact with skin and eyes and wear suitable protective clothing. Store at a temperature between 7C and 30C.
As with all nutrients, boosters and additives, never mix them together in their concentrated form (i.e. straight out of the bottle). Always add each nutrient, booster or additive to your reservoir or feed water in turn, giving the solution a good stir to mix it in before adding the next one.
Please ask a member of staff for the recommended nutrient strength and pH range for the particular type of plant that you wish to grow as different types of plant have different nutrient strength requirements. The ideal nutrient strength may also vary depending on the growth stage of the plant.
House & Garden 1-component Aarde is a premium quality product for growers that demand the best. You can be assured of excellent results when used in combination with the House & Garden range of additives and boosters.
House & Garden 1-component Aarde: NPK 2-2-4
House & Garden recommended E.C. is 1.2 – 2.0
House & Garden recommended soil pH range is 6.5 – 7.0 with a pH of 6.8 being optimal