Dutch Pro pH – Bloom 1L

Dutch Pro PH – Bloom 1L Reduce the pH-level during the bloom phase.

pH – Down Bloom (Phosphoric Acid) is used for reducing the pH of your nutrient solution. Phosphoric Acid works really well during the flowering/fruiting phase as it is fairly stable and also provides a source of phosphorus.  Dutch Pro pH Down Bloom can be used in the growth (vegetative) stages. But Dutch Pro pH Down Grow (Nitric Acid) is more effective during that time due to it’s Nitrogen content.

  • Dutch Pro pH Down Bloom – reduces the pH of your nutrient solution
  • Concentrated – 30% Phosphoric Acid
  • Phosphoric Acid – stable and provides a source of phosphorus
  • Ideal for the flowering/fruiting stage
  • Corrosive – requires careful handling
Add small amounts of pH-Bloom, until the desired level is reached.Recommended level pH 5.8-6.5.
  • High concentration
  • Designed for the bloom phase
  • Minimal use

How to use Dutch Pro – pH Down Bloom (Phosphoric Acid)

Use Dutch Pro pH Down (Phosphoric Acid) during the flowering/fruiting stage. For the growth stage it is best to use a Nitric Acid based pH Down product such as Dutch Pro – pH Down Grow (Nitric Acid).

To grow plants successfully particularly in hydroponics. it is necessary to monitor and adjust the pH of your nutrient solution on a regular basis. In general, plants grown in hydroponics like a pH of approximately between 5.5 and 6.5 (plant species dependent) with a little bit of variation within this range. This is because plants can only absorb certain nutrients. At a pH close to 5.5 and others at a pH closer to 6.5. If your nutrient solution strays out of this optimum range for too long, your plants will not be able to absorb all the nutrients that they need and will become deficient, leading to slowed growth and eventually sickness. To avoid a pH problem, and the plant problems that it can cause. It is wise to check and adjust the pH of your nutrient solution very regularly (every day if possible).

To use, take a small sample of your nutrient solution and measure the pH with a digital tester or liquid pH test kit. If the pH of your nutrient solution needs to be adjusted then draw off about half a litre of nutrient solution in a jug and add a small amount (depending on the size of your reservoir) of Dutch Pro pH Down using a pipette. Mix very well. Add the contents of the jug back to reservoir in small stages. Mixing the reservoir well and re-testing the pH in-between each addition until the desired pH is reached.