Ratio: ¼ teaspoon of Groconut per litre of water into a spray bottle. Shake well, and use mixed solution within 12 hours. Spray foliage (especially the undersides) of plants and cuttings once a week for best results.
Ratio: ½ teaspoon of Groconut per litre of water. Mix well. Pour solution generously over soil until water runs through the bottom of the pot. Use mixed solution within 12 hours. Use Groconut with every second watering for best results.
Ratio: 1 teaspoon of Groconut per litre of water for use in propagation. Mix well, and leave the base of the cutting in solution for 30 minutes to 1 hour. Discard solution and put cutting in your choice of growth medium.
TIP 1: Foliar spray or use the above method to re-soak cuttings once a week throughout the propagation process to stimulate growth.
TIP 2: Instead of discarding the solution, dilute it further and add it into your potted plants/gardens to reduce waste!
TIP 3: Use Groconut with Urban Botanist's Cloning Paste for great results! "Studies have shown that coconut water enhances plant quality (by regulating physiological and morphological processes) of treated plants better, in comparison to solely treating with synthetic cytokinins" (READ FULL ARTICLE HERE).
Add Groconut to reservoir for 6-12 hours. Replace with clean water. For best results, add hydrogen peroxide (3ml per litre of a 3% solution) to the reservoir after use.
For use in full hydroponic systems we recommend using Groconut 6-12 hours before you’re due to do a clean and a water change.
Based on favourable EC/PPM levels, we recommend using Groconut in the following doses:
· Seedling Phase: ¼ teaspoon per litre
· Vegetative Phase: ½ teaspoon per litre
· Flowering Phase: 1 teaspoon per litre
Mix ½-1 tsp of Groconut per litre of quality new soil medium when repotting toreduce/prevent the effects of transplant shock.
TIP: Add activated charcoal into your soil mix for best results. Learn more about the benefits of charcoal here.
Use mixed product within 12 hours for best results. Using it after this time may mean the active ingredients are no longer effective and beneficial bacteria may start to multiply. This is very useful for conditioning soil of potted plants/gardens, however not useful for unrooted/rooting cuttings or hydroponic plants which thrive in sterile conditions.
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