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REGISTERED PLANT NUTRIENT CONTENT

N 22.5 g/kg– P 7.8 g/kg– K 40 g/kg – S 3,3 g/kg – Mg 6,9 g/kg SG@ 20° C 1,11

FERTILIZER GROUP 2

Registration number B 5264 Act 36 of 1947 Directions for use Per 10 litres of water – 2,5ml in weeks 1 and 2 of growth cycle thereafter 7ml, 20ml in weeks 1 and 2 of bloom cycle. Use in conjunction with EHG Micro and Bloom Using EHG products as directed will provide a balanced nutrient profile for every stage of your plant’s growth
  • Store in a cool dry place
  • Shake well before use
  • Do not mix formulas
  • Place each component separately in reservoir
Available in 3 x 500ml TriPak, 1L, 5L and 25L Containers. Larger quantities on request. 

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