How To Use Simply Professional Formula

David Stevens

Produce award-winning flowers with Simply Professional Vegetation & Bloom Formulas. SimPro is fortified with microbes, seaweed, silica, Amino Acids, fulvic acid, yucca, and organic and mineral nutrients to help your plants thrive.

The microbes are aerobic and will thrive in quality grow media and aerated reservoirs. Microbes will quickly germinate; Bacillus will germinate within 24 hrs, fungi will germinate sooner. Among numerous benefits Microbe colonization will prevent unwanted reservoir algae and media pathogens.

Use both our Vegetation Formula and Bloom Formula during the early stages of plant development to promote root growth and our Bloom Formula at full strength during flower to optimize the budding potential of your plants.

Check out our simple week-by-week guide to feeding your plants below.


Coco Hydro DWC

Frequency: Feed Every or Every Other Watering

Vegetation
Formula
Bloom
Formula
Target
EC/PPM
Seedling
Clone
4 gmEC=0.8
500ppm
Week 1
VEG
3 gm3 gmEC=1.2
600ppm
Week 2
VEG
7 gm0 gmEC=1.4
700ppm
Week 3
VEG
8 gm0 gmEC=1.6
800ppm
Week 4
VEG
9 gm0 gmEC=1.8
900ppm
Week 1
TRANS
4 gm4 gmEC=1.6
800ppm
Week 2
TRANS
2 gm6 gm
EC=1.6
800ppm
Week 3
FLOWER
0 gm8 gmEC=1.6
800ppm
Week 4
FLOWER
0 gm8 gmEC=1.6
800ppm
Week 5
FLOWER
0 gm9 gmEC=1.8
900ppm
Week 6
FLOWER
0 gm10 gmEC=2.0
1000ppm
Week 7
FLOWER
0 gm10 gmEC=2.0
1000ppm
Week 8
FLOWER
0 gm8 gmEC= 1.6
800ppm
Week 9
FLOWER
0 gm0 gmFLUSH

Nutrient Enriched Soil

Frequency: Feed Once per Week

Vegetation
Formula
Bloom
Formula
Target
EC/PPM
Seedling
Clone
2.5 gm
EC=0.5
250ppm
Week 1
VEG
1.5 gm1.5 gmEC=0.6
300ppm
Week 2
VEG
3.5 gm0 gmEC=0.7
350ppm
Week 3
VEG
4 gm0 gmEC=0.8
400ppm
Week 4
VEG
4.5 gm0 gmEC=0.9
450ppm
Week 1
TRANS
2 gm2 gmEC=0.8
400ppm
Week 2
TRANS
1 gm3 gmEC=0.8
400ppm
Week 3
FLOWER
0 gm
4 gm
EC=0.8
400ppm
Week 4
FLOWER
0 gm4 gmEC=0.8
400ppm
Week 5
FLOWER
0 gm4.5 gmEC=0.9
450ppm
Week 6
FLOWER
0 gm5 gmEC=1.0
500ppm
Week 7
FLOWER
0 gm5 gmEC=1.0
500ppm
Week 8
FLOWER
0 gm4 gmEC= 0.8
400ppm
Week 9
FLOWER
0 gm0 gmFLUSH

How often should you water?

Water when the top of your grow media shows signs of drying out. Don’t let plants run out of water, although don’t overwater; make sure roots get access to plenty of air.

If the growing medium is waterlogged and looks super wet, the roots likely aren’t getting enough oxygen for the fastest growth. With over-moist soil, you should give less water at a time or water less often.

How much SimPro should you use?

Gradually increase the strength of your feedings. Don’t overdo it. SimPro Formula is strong; a full strength mix of 10 grams per gallon will produce large dense flowers.

Aeration of a SimPro solution before watering will not enhance its performance. SimPro mixed in RO water will have a pH <6.0;  Aeration will reduce CO2 and increase O2 in solution causing the pH to increase over time. Use phosphoric acid to reduce the pH also use phosphoric acid to reduce the pH in aerated hydroponic and deep water culture (dwc) reservoirs. If the solution is not aerated use within 24hrs.  Note: seaweed will eventually flocculate out of solution, this is normal and will not affect the overall performance of SimPro

The number one rule for watering coco is that you should always provide enough nutrient solution to each plant to produce 10-20% run-off. Runoff is the excess water that exits the bottom of the grow container when you water plants. Run-off carries away the excess nutrients and allows you to maintain a consistent root zone EC. Heavy feeding will require runoff.

Constant heavy feeding without runoff will cause problems. Water with a mild nutrient solution (EC 0.6 / 300 ppm) anytime you suspect a nutrient issue.

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