Canna Mononutrients 1L
Canna Mononutrients 1L are liquid minerals vital for healthy plant development and wellbeing. They are soluble and therefore easier to absorb directly by the plant.
Canna select only the finest ingredients for use in producing these liquid minerals, and they are 100% compatible with all the other nutrients in the range.
Canna Mononutrients 1L Calcium (Ca 15%)
Canna Mononutrients 1L Calcium (Ca 15%) is chloride free and responsible for the plant tissues’ structural and physiological stability.
Calcium provides stability to the plants’ cell walls, influences plants’ growth hormones and regulates water transportation and nutrient levels. A plant can absorb liquid Calcium directly, immediately strengthening its cell tissue.
Growers may use Calcium fertiliser to replenish a plant’s deficiency or as a supplementary nutrient for stimulating growth.
Dilute 1 to 2ml for every litre of water
Canna Mono Iron (Fe)
Canna Mono Iron (Fe) is an essential element for plant life. It contains various essential functions necessary in the plant’s overall metabolism and is vital for chlorophyll synthesis.
A plant can immediately absorb liquid iron chelates contained in Canna Iron. And Canna Iron can mix with all fertilisers and is stable with each typical pH value.
- Administer if your plants develop iron deficiencies.
- Use as a supplementary remedy for growth and bloom stimulation.
- Dilute 1-2ml per litre of water.
- When used for general plant maintenance, allow 0.75ml per litre.
- To remedy a moderate iron deficiency, allow 1ml per litre.
- To remedy more severe deficiencies, allow 2ml per litre.
Canna Iron contains all the crucial elements in the correct proportions, over-dosing with Canna Iron will not damage the plant but will obstruct its phosphate absorption.
Canna Mono Magnesium (MgO 7%) 1L
Canna Mono Magnesium (MgO 7%) is a mineral fertiliser used to treat Magnesium deficiency in plants or as a supplementary remedy to stimulate growth and bloom.
Magnesium is an indispensable ingredient for plants, and it provides the building blocks for chlorophyll, making it essential for photosynthesis. Magnesium plays a significant role in a plant’s energy transfer and (together with Calcium) influences the water hardness of tap water.
When there is a magnesium shortage, yellow-brown coloured spots appear in the leaf green on medium to old leaves, just under the flowering tops. The magnesium moves into the plant’s younger parts; this has little effect on flowering but does exacerbate discolouration during the bloom phase.
If a plant’s nutrient uptake is constrained, magnesium deficiency can occur. Often, this is due to:
- A cold, wet or acidic root environment.
- High levels of Ammonia, Potassium or Calcium when compared with Magnesium levels.
- The demands of a heavy plant overbear the root system capacity.
- The growing medium has high EC levels and hinders evaporation.
Canna Mono Magnesium fertiliser provides plants with Epsom salts, effectively supporting the metabolic process.
- Dilute 1 to 2ml into every 1 litre of water.
- Apply as a fertiliser to treat a magnesium deficiency.
- Give as a supplementary remedy for growth and flowering stimuli.
- Administer via the nutrient solution or spray diluted directly onto the leaves (1ml per litre).
Canna Mononutrients 1L Nitrogen (N 17%)
Canna Mononutrients 1L Nitrogen (N 17%) works to produce proteins and energy metabolism, which stimulates plant growth and improves juice production levels.
Nitrogen is a vital element for plants as it influences growth and development. Nitrogen is crucial for vitamins, proteins, hormones, chlorophyll, and DNA. It’s involved in all enzyme reactions, which play a significant role in plant metabolism, producing more branches, larger leaves and an extended vegetative period.
Canna Nitrogen is safe to mix with most fertilisers, except for those containing concentrated sulphate.
Typical nitrogen deficiency symptoms include purple stalks, yellow leaves and leaf fall. Additional symptoms include:
- Larger leaves in the plant’s middle and upper sections fall.
- Plants are a lighter colour generally.
- Larger leaves in the plant’s lower region turn light green, and smaller leaves develop purple stalks. Subsequently, leaves turn yellow and then white before withering and falling away.
- Inhibited growth gives smaller plants thinner stems and smaller leaves with less formation.
- Additional yellowing and whitening occur in the mid to upper plant sections.
- Leaves located at growing points on the plant stay green longer but are less green than they should be with normal nitrogen levels.
- Forced flowering begins, and mass leaf loss occurs.
- There is a significant yield reduction.
How to use:
- Dilute 1 to 2ml concentrate per litre of water into the nutrient solution (1:1000/500)
- Use as a direct leaf spray using 1ml per litre.
Canna Mono Phosphor (P 20%)
Canna Mono Phosphor (P 20%) is a liquid fertiliser used to treat Phosphorous deficiency in plants or as a supplementary remedy to stimulate flowering.
Phosphorous plays an indispensable role in the developing stages of plant life. It influences the secondary metabolites in plants, stimulating their blooming phase.
Phosphorous deficiencies can occur due to the following symptoms:
- If your growing medium has a pH level higher than seven, insoluble Phosphorous compounds develop, which plants cannot absorb.
- If the ground has too much acidity or is extremely rich in Zinc and Iron, it restricts plant intake absorption rates.
- Plants cannot absorb Phosphate if the soil reacts with other minerals and becomes fixated.
Deficiencies are recognised in plants when:
- Plants become dark green and suffer from side shoot restriction, which stunts growth affecting your plant’s height.
- In their medium old phase, leaves begin to develop dark purple-black spots after a few weeks, which affects their shape, making them malformed. This plant necrosis can expand to the leaf stem, making it curl considerably and eventually die off.
- Plants flowers entirely but with minimal yield.
Dilute Canna Phosphorous with water at 1-2ml per litre and add to your fertiliser base.
Canna Mono Potassium (K 20%)
Canna Mono Potassium (K 20%) is an organic mineral fertiliser used as a supplementary remedy to stimulate flowering in plants and treat Potassium deficiencies.
Potassium is a vital ingredient in plant nutrition; as plants move towards the flowering phase, they require more Potassium.
- The absorption of water through the roots.
- The functioning of the stomata.
- The turgidity of the plant.
- The transport of sugars throughout the plant.
Plants take up roughly five to ten times as much Potassium as they do Nitrogen or Phosphorous. Potassium becomes the predominant ion in solution, heavily influenced by the entire plant’s osmotic potential right down to the level of individual cells. Potassium stored at higher levels in the cells raises the cell’s osmotic pressure, making the plant cells turgid.
In addition to water uptake and management, Potassium is critical for producing essential enzyme proteins and other compounds. A shortage of Potassium will result in a soft and weak plant; the leaves develop necrotic spots across the leaf’s surface, partly because of the lack of water to cool the leaf. An excess of Potassium can produce burn marks around the leaf tips, similar to those of a high EC.
The potassium ratio will be even higher when you add the Phosphorus Potassium nutrient, Canna PK 13/14. The other elements are already at the right level for the plant, but when the plant begins to form flowers, it will need more Potassium. Canna recommends extra PK 13/14 for about one week only because this will provide enough Potassium in the substrate for absorption through the roots if the plant has formed enough flowers. If the plant doesn’t have enough flowers, the leaves will absorb this extra Potassium which will damage the plant; prevent over-fertilisation. Only give the plant PK 13/14 when it has developed enough flowers.
Canna Potassium contains 20% K20 and is Chloride-free.
Canna Potassium works to remedy Potassium deficiency in plants. The following symptoms can identify a Potassium deficiency:
- Younger leaves develop grey discolouring at their tips.
- Leaves begin to yellow at the edge, gradually spreading in the direction of the leaf veins.
- Darker rust-coloured dead spots appear in the leaves.
- Leaf tips begin to curl significantly, with large sections starting to rot. The leaf continues to twist and eventually dies, falling off.
An extreme Potassium deficiency will produce meagre, weak looking plants with significantly reduced flowering. Canna Potassium is absorbed rapidly by plants, and visible results show within several days with plants grown in hydroponic systems.
Dilute 1-2ml Canna Potassium concentrate with 1 litre of water (1:1000/1:500).
Canna Mononutrients 1L Trace Mix
Canna Mononutrients 1L Trace Mix is a mineral fertiliser consisting of essential elements for enzyme systems, used to stimulate plant bloom and reduce trace element deficiencies.
Trace Mix uses several trace elements in multiple enzyme systems that positively impact plant growth and development. Because it’s a mineral fertiliser, it’s invaluable as a supplementary nutrient helping to stimulate growth and flowering in plants; it also works to reduce trace element deficiency.
- Administer to remedy any trace element deficiency.
- Use as a supplementary remedy to help stimulate plant growth and flowering.
- Dilute 1-2ml concentrate for every litre of water (1:1000/1:500).
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