Microgranular for Hydro
Microgranular hydro basic fertilizers adapted on each stage of the development
Microgranular fertilizers for cultivation on hydroponic substrates
Mineral fertilizers are generally comprised of seperated components (often an A and a B), because otherwise radical reactions between fertilizers could occur. Our microgranulates have a different chemical and physiological composition, preventing any undesired reactions. In addition, working solutions of mineral concentrates usually don’t have a buffering effect in substrates. Our microgranulates have a unique capacity to attach themselves to anorganic substrates, creating a buffer which allows fertilizers to be continuously available in anorganic substrates as well.
TKA mineral microgranular fertilizers are composed of high-grade mineral components. The fertilizers used are primarily selected on the basis of quality and degree of absorbability. The microgranulate serves as a natural organic substrate. Through intramolecular fraction, fertilizers remain available, even when the amount of water in the medium decreases. The final result is a high-quality, high-yield end product.
The fertilizers are highly concentrated (1:2000/1:3000). They contain, in specific ratios, the main macrofertilizers nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K), as well as all of the essential microelements, in particular chelated iron and zinc, for wide pH margins. In addition, soil- improving substances were added, such as fulvic and citric acids. The fertilizers can be used for any crop and are suitable for food crops as well as ornamental horticulture.
The fertilizer can be used for cultivation on anorganic substrates such as stone wool slabs. There are four different basic fertilizers, one for every stage in the cycle, being the root growth and development stage, the growth stage, the flowering stage, and the final flowering stage. In addition, we have Micro-Backup for the administering of extra microelements. The exact duration of each stage depends on the type of crop.
When plants are fed 1-3 times per week (water + microgranulate), the EC level may increase no more than 0.6. When plants are fed continuously (by means of a drip system), the EC level may increase no more than 0.4. After the microgranulate is administered, the pH level should be no higher than 6-6.5. Water with a high pH level first needs to be acidified to pH 7. After the microgranulates are dissolved in water with a neutral pH level (pH 7), the pH level will decrease and, depending on the temperature, fluctuate around 6.5. First, dissolve the microgranulate in a small amount of warm (±40 °C) water. Next, mix with the desired amount of (acidified) water.