Our feeding schedule is a handy tool for feeding, watering and lighting fruit, flowers, plants and herbs. At a glance you can see exactly which lighting, food or additives, such as a root stimulator or a growth booster, is needed at what stage of the growth of your crop. By using the right food method and ensuring a good mixing ratio you improve the growth of your crop. With a larger yield as a result.
ALL SCHEMES FOR VARIOUS CROPS AT A PLACE
To give you a hand in grooming and feeding your crop, we have collected the different feeding schedules of various crops for you. You can view the nutrition schedule of your crop here, so that you can consult the schedule for nutritional advice at any time during the growth and flowering phase.
ERROR FREE GROWING AND CULTIVATION WITH OUR FOOD SCHEDULE
We do not have to tell you that the use of a feeding schedule, especially for the novice grower, is of great value. By following the recommended dosages, exposure period and watering, you increase the yield and prevent errors during the growth of crops. Important to know is that a breeding schedule is only a manual. Depending on the conditions in which crops grow and the needs of your crop, you can of course deviate from the general dietary advice.
- 7 WEEKS -
SCHEDULE FOR SPICES
Dill, chive, onion, basil, rosemary, coriander, lavender, parsley, sage, thyme, fennel, watercress, oregano, caraway
- 13 WEEKS -
SCHEDULE FOR FRUIT VEGETABLES
Watermelon, melon, pickle, tomato, peppers, pumpkin, zucchini, peppers, eggplant, cucumber
- 20 WEEKS -
SCHEDULE FOR CARROT SEEDS
celery, lamb's lettuce, spinach, celeriac, endive, iceberg lettuce, cabbage lettuce, leaf lettuce, cress, warmoes, purslane
- 26 WEEKS -
SCHEDULE FOR (ORDER) FLOWERS
Aster, daisy, edelweiss, tulip, lily, sunflower, geranium, carnation, anemone, hyacinth, hydrangea, daisy, daffodil