TriPart Micro (formally known as GHE FloraMicro) is part of the three bottles used in Terra Aquatica 'TriPart' range. Micro is the foundation of this amazing nutrient range and provides your plants with micro, sub-micro and even some macro nutrients. It is used alongside TriPart Grow and Bloom to maximise results and ensure the healthiest and very best plants. The easy to use three-part formula was first created in 1976 and is still one of the most used nutrients today. It can be used with soil, coco or hydroponics.
How It Works
TA TriPart Micro is designed to be used in conjunction with TriPart Grow and TriPart Bloom to form a complete nutrient profile that alters throughout the plants life cycle based on it's needs. By splitting the bottles into 3 parts allows the grower to tailor the nutrition precisely, increasing or decreasing certain elements as required in different stages of growth. This approach can produce the very best crops without the need for additional products such as flowering additives or CalMag! TriPart Micro contains all the micro-elements plants require throughout their growth cycle. It is crucial to ensure these often overlooked elements are available in the right quantities throughout the vegetative and flowering stages so that plants can grow bigger, better and faster without any nutrient deficiencies! TA Micro is available in both soft and hard water versions so it delivers the correct ratio of elements whilst accounting for what your tap water contains.
How To Use Terra Aquatica TriPart Micro
Terra Aquatica TriPart Micro must be used alongside TriPart Grow and TriPart Bloom for the best results. The formula is suitable for all types of growing medium and system. Terra Aquatica recommend a dose between 0.2ml - 1.6ml per litre of water depending on what stage of growth your plants are at. Check out their feed chart for accurate measurements during the veg and flower stages.
Terra Aquatica TriPart Micro is available in 1L, 5L and 10L bottles.
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