Using the New Plant-Prod Solutions MJ Program in an A-B Tank System
Are you used to a Part A-B system and unsure of how to implement the new Plant-Prod Solutions MJ program? With the New Easy MJ program, we promise the switch is easier than it looks.
Why Two Part A-B Cannabis Fertilizer Systems Are Used
Complete nutrient programs are broken into two parts due to product incompatibilities. Solubility of materials and nutrient availability are affected when two incompatible products are combined and react to form insoluble compounds. An example of this would be diluting a product containing sulphur with a product containing calcium. These two products would react to form gypsum – insoluble calcium sulphate. Insoluble nutrient compounds won’t be available to your plants and will clog your lines and emitters.
Typical A-B systems separate calcium/magnesium containing formulations and phosphorus containing formulations. Consider CM as your constant Part A, and the stage specific formulations, Veg and Flower as your Part B. While they’re incompatible in a concentrated stock solution, they’re compatible when injected with water through the irrigation system. Together, CM and the stage specific formulations Veg and Flower, provide an ideal ratio of K:Ca:Mg. Each Plant-Prod Solutions MJ formulation also contains a complete micronutrient package to ensure no deficiencies.
For more information on each formulation, visit the New Easy Plant-Prod Solutions MJ cannabis fertilizers product page. Talk to your local Plant-Prod sales rep about how to best introduce the Plant-Prod Solutions MJ Fertilizer Program to your growing set up and to find a Plant-Prod fertilizer supplier near you.
Plant-Prod is a leading manufacturer of 100% water soluble fertilizers including water soluble cannabis fertilizers. The choice of growers from California to Maine for over 70 years, we formulate with everything from chelated iron, to calcium nitrate and zinc fertilizer in order to help you improve yields while cutting fertilizer costs. Click here to find a Plant-Prod fertilizer supplier near you.