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Hydro Coco Grow ,Bloom,PK 13/14 and Root Boster 200ml bottles for £1.00 in Poundland

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) Hyrdo Coco Grow 200ml 10-5-4 N 10 Ureic nitrogen 7.8 Ammonicial nitrogen 2.2 Phosphorus pentoxide 5 Potassium oxide 4 Also contains plant extract with sugar and amino acids, boron, copper… Read More
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2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
) Hyrdo Coco Grow 200ml

10-5-4
N 10
Ureic nitrogen 7.8
Ammonicial nitrogen 2.2
Phosphorus pentoxide 5
Potassium oxide 4

Also contains plant extract with sugar and amino acids, boron, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, zinc.

2) Hydro Coco Bloom 200ml

5-4-9
Ureic nitrogen 2.7
Ammonical nitrogen 2.3
Phosphorus pentoxide 4
Potassium oxide 9

Same micronutrients.

3) Hydro Coco PK Boost 200ml

Phosphorus pentoxide 13
Potassium oxide 14

4) Hydro Coco Natural Rooting Powder 75g

cant go wrong for pound.
make ur plants happy and then they will make u happy ;)
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2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
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banned#1
Hot 420 :{
#2
great kid for 6 quid.
ppl selling then on ebay for 7 quid a bottle
#3
Will these help chillies, or are they just for 'exotics'?
1 Like #4
Yes they will help chillies as well :-)
#5
Just a shame they don't do electric.
#6
Can they be used on hydroponic systems?
#7
Yip, just make sure u putting right amounts
#8
Herc
Can they be used on hydroponic systems?
I wouldn't use a coco specific feed, unless you're using coco.

I assume its a coco feed, difficult to be sure with such marketing nonsense as hydro-coco.
#9
yeah it is coco specific.....denied.
#10
Does this work in soil?
#11
Suitable for coco and soil
#12
It says for plants in bloom, but I suggest soaking any shrub roots in a bucket an hour prior to planting, especially established large shrubs such as Hydroranger Fruit trees Conifer Leylandai and Privet, used this stuff for a few years on our allotment but paid more than a quid for it

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