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1. What nutrient line will you be using?

Our 1-Parts are simple and effective - no feeding chart necessary! Use Perfect One-Part Veg from rooted clone till pre-flowering begins. When early flowering begins, switch over to Perfect One-Part Bloom. The usage rate for each product is 6-9 grams per 1 gallon of water. Clones or very young plants may require even lower strengths of One-Part Veg. Always check your runoff - if your runoff EC/PPM is high, give your plants lower strength feeds until runoff numbers are closer to normal.

Do you want to use silica?

If you want to use silica, you need to have a separate open injector dedicated to a silica concentrate. Silica will be the first injector on your board followed by a mixing chamber. We recommend using Agsil 16h - potassium silicate. It can be purchased in various sizes online and the mixing instructions are in the spreadsheet below.

If you need a 2-part base, you will need to purchase the 3-part line. During the mixing of the liquid concentrates, Grow will be one part (A) micro+bloom will be the second part (B) and Agsil 16h potassium silicate will be the third part (C).

The top part of the spreadsheet below tells you how many grams of each product you will add to 1 gallon of distilled or RO water. Do not use tap or well water to make liquid concentrates. The second section of the spreadsheet allows you to adjust your injector ratios. Below each injector setting is the recommended upper and lower limit for veg and bloom. Finally, the bottom portion is your nutrient profile. The nutrient profile will adjust with changes to the injector ratios.

If you don't have an injector for pH correction - no problem. You can adjust the pH of the bloom+micro liquid concentrate up or down to get the final pH where you need it. We highly recommend using sulfuric acid as a pH down with this line. It can be found online or at any auto supply store under battery acid refill kits. If you don't have access to sulfuric acid, phosphoric acid will work too.

Download the file below to make any adjustments to the injector ratios in this spreadsheet.

If you need a 2-part base, you will need to purchase the 3-part line. During the mixing of the liquid concentrates, Grow will be one part (A) and micro+bloom will be the second part (B).

The top part of the spreadsheet below tells you how many grams of each product you will add to 1 gallon of distilled or RO water. Do not use tap or well water to make liquid concentrates. The second section of the spreadsheet allows you to adjust your injector ratios. Below each injector setting is the recommended upper and lower limit for veg and bloom. Finally, the bottom portion is your nutrient profile. The nutrient profile will adjust with changes to the injector ratios.

If you don't have an injector for pH correction - no problem. You can adjust the pH of the bloom+micro liquid concentrate up or down to get the final pH where you need it. We highly recommend using sulfuric acid as a pH down with this line. It can be found online or at any auto supply store under battery acid refill kits. If you don't have access to sulfuric acid, phosphoric acid will work too.

Download the file below to make any adjustments to the injector ratios in this spreadsheet.

Do you want to use silica?

If you want to use silica, you need to have a separate open injector dedicated to a silica concentrate. Silica will be the first injector on your board followed by a mixing chamber. We recommend using Agsil 16h - potassium silicate. It can be purchased in various sizes online and the mixing instructions are in the spreadsheet below.

The spreadsheet below has mixing instructions for the 3-part line. During the mixing of these liquid concentrates, Grow will be one part (A) Micro will be one part (B) Bloom will be one part (C) and Agsil 16h potassium silicate will be one part (D).

The top part of the spreadsheet below tells you how many grams of each product you will add to 1 gallon of distilled or RO water. Do not use tap or well water to make liquid concentrates. The second section of the spreadsheet allows you to adjust your injector ratios. Below each injector setting is the recommended upper and lower limit for veg and bloom. Finally, the bottom portion is your nutrient profile. The nutrient profile will adjust with changes to the injector ratios.

If you don't have an injector for pH correction - no problem. You can adjust the pH of the bloom liquid concentrate up or down to get the final pH where you need it. We highly recommend using sulfuric acid as a pH down with this line. It can be found online or at any auto supply store under battery acid refill kits. If you don't have access to sulfuric acid, phosphoric acid will work too.

Download the file below to make any adjustments to the injector ratios in this spreadsheet.

The spreadsheet below has mixing instructions for the 3-part line. During the mixing of these liquid concentrates, Grow will be one part (A) Micro will be one part (B) and Bloom will be one part (C).

The top part of the spreadsheet below tells you how many grams of each product you will add to 1 gallon of distilled or RO water. Do not use tap or well water to make liquid concentrates. The second section of the spreadsheet allows you to adjust your injector ratios. Below each injector setting is the recommended upper and lower limit for veg and bloom. Finally, the bottom portion is your nutrient profile. The nutrient profile will adjust with changes to the injector ratios.

If you don't have an injector for pH correction - no problem. You can adjust the pH of the Bloom liquid concentrate up or down to get the final pH where you need it. We highly recommend using sulfuric acid as a pH down with this line. It can be found online or at any auto supply store under battery acid refill kits. If you don't have access to sulfuric acid, phosphoric acid will work too.

Download the file below to make any adjustments to the injector ratios in this spreadsheet.

2. How do you grow?

Your hydroponic method:

Drain to waste type:

Recirculating type

3. Where do you grow?

Choose Your Lighting Source:

Do You Use Supplemental Lighting?

Choose Your Lighting Source:

4. What water source do you use?

Find your city’s water analysis:

Please search the internet for your city’s most recent water quality analysis (eg. “Water Quality Report Los Angeles”). If you cannot find the analysis online, call your local water district and ask for these values.

If you're using well water, it is important to have your water tested every 6 months.If you’re not testing it, we highly recommend using a reverse osmosis system. If you have your well water analysis, please enter the following values:

5. Do you inject CO2?

6. Please enter your growing details: