Hornet Hydro A+B

£14.99£54.99 inc VAT

Description

Thanks to the special characteristics of HORNET HYDRO, It doesn’t have a Vega and Flores variant, but there is one unique formulation for both the growth and blooming phase. We can’t make things easier! HORNET HYDRO is easy to use, dissolves directly and is extremely suitable for growing in all watering systems, like for example ‘run-to-waste’ systems, flood systems and ebb and flow systems.

Rich in high-value elements

HORNET HYDRO is composed of high value minerals. HORNET HYDRO contains natural chelates, humic and fulvic acids which give the plant optimum nutrient absorption. Growers throughout the world have been enthusiastic for years about the explosive growth and profuse flowering with HORNET HYDRO.

Why A&B nutrients?

HORNET HYDRO nutrients consist of two parts, an A part and a B part. We separate these parts for a reason. As it happens, if some of the elements in part A and B are thrown together at the same time, they clog together. The plant cannot absorb this. That’s why you should first add the A component and then the B component!

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Description

Description

Thanks to the special characteristics of HORNET HYDRO, It doesn’t have a Vega and Flores variant, but there is one unique formulation for both the growth and blooming phase. We can’t make things easier! HORNET HYDRO is easy to use, dissolves directly and is extremely suitable for growing in all watering systems, like for example ‘run-to-waste’ systems, flood systems and ebb and flow systems.

Rich in high-value elements

HORNET HYDRO is composed of high value minerals. HORNET HYDRO contains natural chelates, humic and fulvic acids which give the plant optimum nutrient absorption. Growers throughout the world have been enthusiastic for years about the explosive growth and profuse flowering with HORNET HYDRO.

Why A&B nutrients?

HORNET HYDRO nutrients consist of two parts, an A part and a B part. We separate these parts for a reason. As it happens, if some of the elements in part A and B are thrown together at the same time, they clog together. The plant cannot absorb this. That’s why you should first add the A component and then the B component!