Big Plant Science – Danish produced fertiliser

All plants need at least 4 things to grow, Water, heat, light, and not least nutrients. If one of these is missing, the plants will quickly wither and die. Therefore, it is important that all these elements are present in the right amount in order to get healthy and attractive plants that give a large yield.

Advantage of liquid fertiliser

When fertilizer is used in solid form, it can fall in lumps on the surface of the soil, or as highly concentrated areas in the soil. With such a distribution, it is difficult for plants to absorb the nutrients evenly, and the plants have to wait for the fertilizer to become available to them. On the other hand, liquid fertilizer can easily seep into the soil and is spread more uniformly, so your plants get even and immediate access to the necessary nutrients. In addition, it is also easier to add the liquid fertilizer with the water, and the dosage is very easy to adjust precisely, so that the plants get neither too much nor too little fertilizer.

Big Plant Science fertilizer

BiG Plant Science liquid fertilizer

With the BiG Plant Science series of liquid fertilizers, your plants get all the nutrients they need, in a form that is easy for them to absorb. The BiG Plant Science series is developed and produced in Denmark according to Danish scientific principles.

With the liquid fertilizer from the BiG series, the special Danish water conditions have been taken into account, and with its 2 basic products; Part A and Part B provide all the necessary nutrients that a plant needs to be able to produce a high yield.

Developed for Danish water conditions

When giving professional advice on fertiliser, the starting point is always the water quality - BiG does not deviate from this principle. It is therefore important that you check whether the water quality is hard, medium or soft and then look in the Big Plant Science fertilizer chart.

You can see how the water quality is in your immediate area on the map below:

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How much fertilizer should I use?

How much liquid fertilizer you need to use depends on several factors, such as the type of plant, your water hardness and which media you use, including hydroculture, coke, soil etc. It is recommended to follow the instructions in the fertilizer chart or to consult an expert to ensure that you are using the correct amount. Over-fertilizing can lead to damage to your plants, so it is important to be careful.

Big Plant Science Fertilizer Schedule

The chart shows which and how much fertilizer should be used in the different growth phases, as well as the growing medium the plants grow in, as well as dependence on the hardness of the water.

For those who grow in soil/mulch:

Download: Soil form for hard water
Download: Ground form for medium hard water
Download: Soil form for soft water

For those who grow in Coco or similar:

Download: Coco formula for hard water
Download: Coco form for medium hard water
Download: Coco form for soft water

For Smart Indoor kitchen garden or hydroponics: 

Download: Hydro form for hard water
Download: Hydro form for medium hard water
Download: Hydro form for soft water

How to read Big Plant Science fertilizer schedule:

For plants in germination and the growth phase, fertilizer and nutrients are added every time you fill your hydroponic system with water or Smart kitchen garden.

Ex. If the plants are growing well and you live in an area with hard water, you should add the following per 1L of water:

  • 2 mL of Part A – Power House
  • 2 mL of Part B – Calcium PLUS
  • 0.5 mL of Stimulus X
  • 0.5 mL of Aroma Boost Y

A larger amount of water can be mixed with fertiliser - store in a dark and cool place in a closed container for a maximum of 4 weeks.

Fertilizer mix for flowering

For plants that need to set flowers, the following should be used if you live in an area with hard water - add the following per 1L of water:

  • 2 mL of Part A – Power House
  • 2 mL of Part B – Calcium PLUS
  • 1 mL of Stimulus X
  • 1 mL of Bud Explosion Z
  • 0.75 mL of Aroma Boost Y

In the area around Copenhagen where the water can be extra hard, you should increase the addition of the A and B fertilizers by 0.5-1 mL/L. Keep an eye on whether your plants get light green leaves, if this is the case you should increase the A & B fertilizer by 1mL/L until the leaves get deep green tones again.

Need help with the BiG Plant Science series?

Is there something that you are in doubt about, or something that you would like advice on regarding its use Big Plant Science fertilizer products, so don't hesitate to write to us.

 
 

BiG Plant Science series of liquid fertilizers

  • Big Plant Science A+B Liquid Fertilizer offerBig Plant Science A+B Liquid Fertilizer offer
  • PH Meter for water | with pH bufferPH Meter for water | with pH buffer
  • Root Explosion – get more and stronger roots on plantsRoot Explosion – get more and stronger roots on plants