Turbo Grow Feeding Guide

38 L Turbo Grow Plant Food Guide

(Scoop = 30 mL)

Rooting Growth Stage – Super Boost

   Transplanting:  Mix ¼ tsp into one gallon of water.  Top feed gently for 3 – 5 days until rooted.

Vegetative Growth Stage – Gro Terra

   Small plants:  rooted cuttings, seedlings.  Add 2 scoops, (60 mL) into 300 mL of hot water, (shake until dissolved) then add to Turbo Grow.

   Medium Plants:  Add 3 scoops, (90 mL) into 300 mL of hot water, (shake until dissolved) then add to Turbo Grow.

   Large plants:  Add 3½ scoops (105 mL) into 300 mL of hot water, (shake until dissolved) then add to Turbo Grow.

Flowering Growth Stage – Bloom Terra

Add 3 scoops (90 mL) into 300 mL of hot water, (shake until dissolved) then add to Turbo Grow.

160 L Turbo Grow Plant Food Guide

(Scoop = 60 mL)

Rooting Growth Stage – Super Boost:

   Transplanting:  Mix ¼ tsp into one gallon of water.  Top feed gently for 3 – 5 days until rooted.

Vegetative Growth Stage – Gro Terra:

   Small Plants:  rooted cuttings, seedlings.  Add 2 scoops (120 mL) into 600 mL of hot water, (shake until dissolved) then add to Turbo Grow.  Repeat once.

   Medium Plants:  Add 3 scoops, (180 mL) into 600 mL of hot water, (shake until dissolved) then add to Turbo Grow.  Repeat once.

   Large Plants:  Add 3½ scoops, (210 mL) into 600 mL of hot water, (shake until dissolved) then add to Turbo Grow.  Repeat once.

Flowering Growth Stage – Bloom Terra:

Add 3 scoops, (180 mL) into 600 mL of hot water, (shake until dissolved) then add to Turbo Grow.  Repeat once.

Turbo Grow Tips

Watering:  Turbo Grow’s unique design and technique completely eliminate the most common problem in horticulture, over and underwatering.  Before planting, rinse the medium twice through the top.  Doing so lowers the natural concentration of dissolved solids and sets up the medium’s granular gradation to promote superior root structure leading to optimal oxygen, water, and nutrient absorption.

Young Plants:  Do not oversaturate plants.  Feed gently from the top until plants are well rooted, (3-5 days) then begin bottom feeding.  Always keep the weight of the plant pots on the medium side.

Established Plants:  A good starting guide is to feed using 1-2, one-minute cycles every 24 hours.  This rate will vary depending on atmospheric conditions, plant and pot size, and growth rate.  Always keep the air moving.  Regularly check the pot’s weight.  When they start to feel light, give the plants a feeding.  Between scheduled nutrient replenishments, it may be necessary to top up the nutrient reservoir.  Simply add water into the tray.

Flowering Stage:  Keep the atmospheric humidity low to promote heavy glandular production and to ward off mildew.

To facilitate drainage, the tray can be propped up a couple of inches by placing an object underneath the tray at the end opposite to the drain.

Periodically, the tray surface and the aqueduct can be wiped down with a microfiber cloth. The cloth will act like a magnet to pick up any debris.  Rinse any debris off the cloth by spraying each side with water under high pressure.