Shogun Samurai Coco Base Nutrients
- Formulated specifically to complement chemistry of Coco Coir
- Balanced, high quality nutrition to support all stages of growth
- More than just a mineral NPK mix
- SmartZen Yield Maximiser can increase yields by up to 8%
- AquaZen Slow Water ingredient for superior media wetting capability and enhanced root development
SHOGUN Samurai Coco is a A&B formulation coco nutrient that is literally light years ahead of all others. With high quality nutrient ingredients mixed perfectly to maximise performance in Coco.
Coco Coir has slightly different chemical properties to other hydroponic mediums and soil – Coco is different from hydroponics as the coco provides some buffering, while it contains a lot less nutrients than soil. Under normal growroom conditions, coco has the tendency to absorb calcium and magnesium while releasing phosphorous and potassium. Shogun have formulated their coco base nutrients to account for the nuances of coco so your plants will receive all the nutrition they need.
SHOGUN Samurai Coco also includes the revolutionary SmartZen Yield Maximiser and AquaZen Slow Water ingredients – two developments that are simply without equal in all other coco nutrients. AquaZen allows your nutrient solution to permeate the coco while SmartZen is a blend of natural compounds to stimulate growth derived from other plants, bacteria and fungus.
How to Use:
Root Feed – Add at a rate of 2-4ml/L of Part A, mix thouroughly, and then add same volume of part B to your nutrient reservoir or watering can (EC – 1.0-2.5).
Shogun’s Coco nutrients are used throughout vegetative growth as well as fruiting & flowering, so you’ll have a reduced number of bottles to dose from.
Coir requires approximate 20-40 % DRAIN each day to keep the nutrients around the roots within acceptable concentrations. The drain conductivity should be between 0-15% higher than the input solution conductivity.
Shoguns coco nutrients are formulated at a higher concentration than other coco feeds, so make sure to follow the feed schedule so you don’t over-fertilise. Under-feeding is much more easy to treat than an overfed plant – Less is more.