Coco is a professional-grade plant nutrition that provides your plants with everything they need for lush growth and abundant blooms.
Because of the unique properties of coco substrate, CANNA COCO nutrients are only available in a single formulation that serves both the growth and flowering stages. Nothing we do will make things simpler. CANNA COCO is ideal for "drain-to-waste" growing in buffered coco media since it dissolves directly and is simple to use.
Rich in high-value elements
CANNA is the first company to provide a fertilizer that is optimized for the unique qualities of coco substrates thanks to years of study into potting mixes, drainage, and leaf analysis. A lot of the minerals in CANNA COCO nutrient are very valuable. Growers all around the world have been gushing over CANNA COCO's rapid growth and abundant blooming for years.
Why A&B nutrients?
CANNA COCO nutrition consists of two components, an A portion and a B part. There is logic to this dissection. High concentrations of Calcium and Phosphate are required for the nutrition to function correctly. Putting so many strong substances in a single bottle might cause them to react with one another and leave behind a sticky residue. Nothing goes wrong so long as you keep these two things apart and combine them with the water in your nutrient reservoir at a later time. That's why you should first add the A component and then the B component!
- Dilute the A and B concentrates with equal parts of water to create a fertilizer solution that is ready to use.
- Before using, give both the Coco A and B a good shake.
- Put some water in the food tank.
- Approximately 40 milliliters per 10 liters (0.5 fluid ounces).
- Mix well and let stand for a few hours.
- pH between 5.5 and 6.2 is ideal.
- Coco A+B require an EC of 0.8–1.8 mS/cm (Part A plus Part B and assuming source water at 0.0 EC)
- Gift of water equal to 3 to 6 liters per square meter every day (for full grown plants)
- Rooting is optimal in the Coco medium when it is not very damp.
Insoluble combinations will form if you combine A-concentrate and B-concentrate without first diluting them.
Keep out of the light and temperature extremes.
The nutritional balance and quality of plants suffer when they are over-fertilized.
Natural areas, wetlands, reed beds, tiny woodlands, bodies of water, and groundwater collection points are all off-limits.
Coco A: Do not leave where children may get it. Never consume any liquids or smoke while using this product. Put on some goggles.
Primary Care: If ingested, seek medical attention or contact the Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222. If it gets in your eyes, carefully flush them out with water for a few minutes. If you're able to, take out your contacts. You should keep rinsing. If the inflammation in your eyes doesn't go away, you should see a doctor.
Coco B: Place out of the reach of children. To avoid skin and eye irritation, wash with water after contact with the solution.