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Micro Nutrient Pack

(4 customer reviews)

$36.00$103.50

A complex blend of plant essential micronutrients chelated to remain in plant available form until needed for uptake

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Description

Product form:

Dry powder, water soluble

NPK analysis:

N/A

Product Designation:

Natural. (This product is a candidate for organic certification. To ensure the lowest price, Kelp4Less has chosen not to register this product.)

Primary function/use:

Soluble and available micro-nutrients.

Well suited for:

Hydroponics, soil and soil-less.

Boron trace amounts
Manganese – 2.00%
Iron – 4.00%
Zinc – 1.00%
Molybednum trace amounts
Magnesium – 4.00%
Chelated with EDTA

When and where to use:

During all stages of plant development.

How to mix:

Mix one (1) dry oz. per 50 gallons of reservoir water.
Mix 1/16 tsp. to one (1) gallon of water.

Storage:

Ensure bag is properly sealed and stored in cool, dry, dark place.

Additional information

Weight N/A

4 reviews for Micro Nutrient Pack

  1. Mycophage

    AMAZINGLY cheap when compared to the hydroponic store nutrients, and you don’t need to be a bodybuilder to carry the container around! I’m NEVER buying liquid nutrients (other than molasses) ever again… It’s ridiculous how much water you’re paying for. I wish I had discovered this website years ago, I would have saved thousands.

  2. Ryan

    Great product. Beats typical micro-nutrient blends in quality and price.

    I didn’t realize it also has magnesium, a macro-nutrient, so my formula already contained magnesium. Its great for soil, but there’s a few elements it doesn’t supply for hydro. Other than that it is a great product, and I’d definitely recommend it over any micro-nutrient blends you’ll find in your local hydroponic store.

  3. Peter Trzos

    Well, it’s been nearly two years since I ordered my last micronutrient pack, and it’s FINALLY almost time to reorder! I grow year-round indoors and out, barely have to buy any of my own produce, give tons away for free, and sell a couple hundred dollars worth to local restaurants every year, so I’m somewhere between a hobbyist, and a small-scale commercial operation. This stuff lasts forever, and saves you a fortune compared to wet products from hydroponic nutrient providers (which I’ll never buy from again)!

  4. cphillips1

    In my opinion, zinc gets the least attention. Yet, it is essential for making plants hardy and green. I use this product in all my product applications. A pinch is all you need.

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