21 November 2018

Why did you change your application charts? 


We reviewed all our application tables in 2017 to make them more ergonomic, more professional, and to make improvements related to all our observations and customer feedback.

Main changes :

– the evolution of dosages and proportions no longer depends on the weeks because no genetics, no phenotype, no growing environment is similar, and the cultivation of a plant should be based above all on the observation of its condition and the stage of its growth and development. The phases expressed in weeks can mislead the grower.

– the balances/portions have been refined and the Ec ranges allow the user to get an idea of what the dosage will give with starting water whose conductivity is between 0mS and about 0.5mS. This range is also the one we recommend when working with our fertilizers.

– supplements (additives) are presented in separate tables for better visibility. Our fertilizers are complete, correctly balanced and free of impurities (including trace elements): they are self-sufficient. Supplements are real supplements (and not fertilizers) and are mainly used to direct and amplify the metabolism in a very effective way according to the phases and objectives of the grower.

– application rates are now expressed in ml/L (instead of ml/10L on the old labels).


Dosages : the new tables have taken into account both the observed average evolution of the more greedy cultivated phenotypes and have been calculated to correspond to very soft or even osmosed water.

(The old dosages were given to avoid any risk of burning even for users with very mineralized or very hard water, who did not have a means of checking the final concentration of their nutrient solution (conductivity meter / Ec-meter)).


Both tables remain valid in terms of balance. The new tables are more precise (equilibrium) and present optimal Ec work ranges in the majority of cases.

The tables are presented for information only and may be adjusted upwards or downwards, especially with regard to concentration (Ec), depending on plant observations and environmental conditions.