by General Hydroponics
Manufacturer: General Hydroponics
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May 11, 2013
I HAVE A TOMATO PLANT IN A HYDROPONICS SYSTEM THAT IS IN A TENT 3X3X8. THIS PLANT IS 6FT HIGH AND 4 4 WIDE AND HANGS OUT SIDE THE TENT TO WERE I CAN NO LONGER CLOSE IT. THIS STUFF MAKES PLANTS GROW LIKE THE LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS..THE PLANT IS ONLY 6 WEEKS OLD AND THE ONES IN THE GUARDEN THAT WAS PLANTED THE SAME TIME ARE A THIRD OF THE SIZE. SQUEEZE IN THE TENT UNDER THE TAMATO PLANT IS A A FEW OTHERS THAT ARE DOING VERY WELL. I AM VERY HAPPY WITH THE RESULTS..WE ALSO USE THIS ON SOME WATER FARMS THAT ARE DOING WELL..WHEN WE DRAIN OUT THE WATER WE POUR IT INTO A BUCKET AND USE OVER THE GREEN HOUSE PLANTS AS WELL. I RECOMMEND THIS BRAND WE USE BLOOM MICRO AND FLORAGRO AS DIRRECTED AND WE TEST THE WATER REGULARLY. WE ALSO HAVE A RO WATER SYSTEM THAT HELP AND MAKES OUR DRINKING WATER VERY GOOD.. 5 STAGE RO
January 20, 2020
Once you've made the decision that GH products meet your needs, it's time to buy the economy size. It'll last a few years, based on the size of your garden. I have 17 containers total, and if I'm doing the math right, the gallon bottle will last about a year. However, the mixing strategy is great for weed, but doesn't meet the needs of my fruit trees. My Meyer lemon tree needs about 3 x FloraMicro and my banana plant needs about 3 x FloraBloom or Si product. Works fine for my houseplants and tangerine tree
January 13, 2012
What can really be said about nutrients like this. Either they are there or they are not. I've only used these and Humboldt. I prefer Humboldt because of the shape of the bottles, but they are a bit more expensive. The Humboldt bottles line up more neatly on the shelves and have better information on the bottle, but I can't tell the difference between the performance of the two. These nutes are color coded and the Humboldt are not. I add Ginormous also. Good luck :)
July 19, 2021
I used Flora Bloom when my hydroponic strawberries reached the blooming and fruiting stage, along with Flora Micro and Flora Gro. This is my first year using these, and they work great! I had a bountiful harvest of berries in June, thanks to these General Hydroponics Flora products. I really like it that the instructions for using these fertilizers is right on the bottle, especially what proportions of each to use at the various growth stages.
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August 19, 2020
Working on my first DWC grow now, flipped over to flowering last weekend. I have been using General Hydroponic products for a while and I have no complaints. I will post some pictures of the final product once done. Just remember you can't follow a blanket nutrient feeding schedule. You have to start low and find out how much your strain of plant needs. I started at 1/2 dosage.
March 11, 2016
GH has been around for yrs.. but recently ive noticed a drop in quality control... there are inconsistent amounts of nutrients from bottle to bottle... some bottle are right on others are upto 15% higher or lower than what should be in there. Advanced Nutrients came out with a line called Jungle Juice and is identical to GH Flora line but with much better quality and cheaper!
February 16, 2021
I am running an indoor farm.The thing I like is the liquid leaves no residue when the plants consume the nutrients.My medical plants perform excellent with the simple 2 +2 concentrated mix. Throughout the grow. Changing from veg to bloom at the appropriate time.Don't even think of using dried nutrients if you are not an expert.
August 14, 2017
Plants are loving this food and at 1 to 2 teaspoons per gallon of water this will goa long way before I have to buy more. Plants that were not blooming are for the most part blooming now after 2 to 3 weeks and plants that have bloomed and set fruit all summer are now going into beast mode with substantially more blooms and peppers.
January 02, 2019
I never run nutes at full recommended strength (usually about half - bubbleponics), with the exception of FloraBloom - it contains no nitrogen, the primary culprit in nute burn.Transpiration and evaporation can lead to nutrient intensification between flushes, which is why I don't run them full-strength.Thanks, GenHydro!
December 27, 2013
I use this for hydroponic tomatoes, and boy did they love it. I had so many tomatoes using this stuff. Flora Series is the best nutes you can buy, cannot go wrong with it.Also, the PH level stayed stable most the time with this stuff until it came time to change the water.