Snoop's Premium Nutrients Complete Starter Kit

Snoop's Premium Nutrients

Snoop's Premium Nutrients Complete Starter Kit

Package Contains 1 Liter of each:

  • Starter A & B
  • Grow A & B
  • Bloom A & B
  • Heavy Harvest
  • Radical Roots
  • Yummy Yield
  • Hyzyme

GROW A & B: THE SCIENCE

During the growing phase, a plant needs and will take in equal amounts of anions and cations. To take in a negative ion a plant has to release an electron. This electron when released into the water is a negative load creating a hydroxide particle. This particle will bring the pH up in the root zone/substrate. The anion mainly responsible for this reaction is NO 3. To take in a positive ion a plant has to release a proton (+). This proton when released into water will add a positive load creating an H+ particle. This H+ particle will bring the pH down in the root zone/substrate. The cations mainly responsible for this reaction are Calcium (Ca2+) and Magnesium (Mg2+). When your using SNOOP'S PREMIUM GROW a plant uptake of the negative and positive ions in the growing phase are balanced. This regulates the internal pH of the substrate as well as the pH levels you choose to feed with from your feed tank and thus keeping the pH in a range which allows the elements to be taken by the plant. 

BLOOM A & B: THE SCIENCE

When flowering plants need and will take more Potassium (K+). K+ is a positive ion (cation). To take in a positive ion a plant has to release a proton (+). This proton when released into water will add a positive load creating a Hydrogen (H+) particle. This H+ particle will bring the pH down in the root zone/substrate. A flowering plant acidifies the substrate. There is also NH4 in the Bloom recipe to regulate the internal pH of the substrate as the uptake of K+ on its own does not release enough H+ particles to keep the pH optimum. The remaining Nitrogen needed for making amino acids to build the flowers is given in the form of the anion nitrate (NO 3). When a plant uptakes NO 3 an electron is released into water adding a negative load which creates a hydroxide particle. This particle will bring the pH up in the root zone/substrate. Also, other cations like Calcium (Ca2+) and Magnesium (Mg2+) are decreased to the right amount to make sure the plant gets the correct level of K+ it needs in order to allow flowers to reach their full potential. Flowering plants that acidify the substrate too much can create an absorption problem of most nutrient elements. Early autumn coloring in the leaves is often the result.s keeping the pH in a range which allows the elements to be taken by the plant. 

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