Iron (Fe) deficiency is a plant disorder also known as "lime-induced chlorosis". Symptoms include leaves turning yellow or brown in the margins between the veins which may remain green, while young leaves may appear to be bleached. Iron becomes unavailable for absorption if pH is not between 5 and 6.5. The most common problem is excessive alkalinity of above 6.5. Iron deficiency can also develop if the medium is over-watered or over-fertilised. Revived gives back iron to the plant in an easily assimilable form, allowing the chlorophyll to build quickly and leaves to 'green up' so photosynthesis can return to full potential.
IMPORTANT: pH levels should be lowered to pH6 when using this product.
Use: 1/2 ml per litre of nutrient solution as a preventative or 1ml per litre if chlorosis has occurred.
The technological breakthrough came when we were able to isolate the very substance that the plants use to fight disease. To put quite simply, AU 60 ROOT REPAIR fights disease FOR the plant. This allows the plant to flourish uninhibited by disease and grow more roots to facilitate a greater food production, thus growing bigger, stronger and healthier. AU 60 ROOT REPAIR is a non-toxic pesticide. AU 60 is an organic, naturally occurring substance that controls disease.
Use: 1 ml per litre of working solution at every nutrient change.View full product details
Gold Label Roots is a highly concentrated root and growth stimulator with biological extracts of kelp, humic acids and high quality amino acids. We incorporate EDDHMA chelated FE which is the most stable FE available on the market.
Use: Use Gold Label Roots through seedling, cutting and vegetative stage of growth.View full product details
Gold Label Enzyme is a professional highly concentrated enzyme additive based on natural enzymes. Enzymes are natural process catalysts. Gold Label Enzyme contains enzymes that break down dead root material into nutrients that will benefit your plants and make room for new root development. You can regard them as the cleaners and recyclers of your medium.
Use: Once a week starting week 3 of flower period.View full product details