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Pro Line Feed Schedules

Alexis Medina
Alexis Medina

Use these feed schedules when using Athena Pro Line. This 2-part per stage soluble formula is ideal for large-scale cultivators with advanced irrigation systems who are looking for peak efficiency and performance. We recommend mixing the powders as a concentrate prior to mixing a batch reservoir. 

Measuring by Concentrate (Recommended)

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Measuring by Weight

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About this Feed Schedule

For passionate cultivators, achieving optimal plant growth and development is a top priority. Just like humans need specific nutrients at different life stages, plants require unique care during their various growth phases. To assist our valued customers in nurturing their green companions, we provide a comprehensive feed schedule.

The seedling/clone stage marks the delicate beginning of a plant's life. During this phase, plants require a balanced mix of nutrients to develop strong roots, healthy leaves, and robust stems. The feed chart will offer specific recommendations for the right nutrient ratio, ensuring your seedlings receive the best start.

As plants transition into the vegetative stage, their growth rate accelerates significantly. During this period, they primarily focus on developing foliage. Consequently, their nutrient requirements change. The feed chart will provide you with the precise combination of nutrients, including essential macronutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, to support vigorous leaf growth and overall plant development.

Once your plants reach the flowering stage, their needs transform yet again. During this critical phase, they demand a different nutrient profile to bolster flower production, enhance fragrance, and increase the potency of fruits or flowers. The feed chart will help you supply the right nutrients at the appropriate time, ensuring a bountiful and high-quality harvest.

It's important to remember that every plant is unique, and factors such as plant species, growing environment, and nutrient availability can impact their requirements. The feed chart acts as a foundation, but growers are encouraged to make adjustments and fine-tune the nutrient concentrations based on their specific observations. Regular monitoring and assessment of plant health will help you fine-tune your feed mix, maximizing the potential of your garden.

The use of a well-crafted feed chart is an indispensable tool. Understanding the nutrient needs of your plants at different growth stages empowers you to provide tailored care and nourishment, resulting in healthy, thriving greenery. By following our feed chart and monitoring your plants' progress closely, you will not only witness remarkable growth but also cultivate a deeper connection with the fascinating life of your botanical companions.

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  • Comment author
    Roman Gracia

    Ok why does veg chart end at 4 weeks do you just repeat formula as needed. 

  • Comment author
    Alexis Medina

    Yes if plan to veg longer, just repeat the same formula. 

  • Comment author
    Ray Escoto

    Why did the Mixing order change? Before Core would go before Grow or Bloom. Also Cleanse says to use 2-5 ML. What are something's that determine how much to use of this product? Is Balance only used when using RO water? 

  • Comment author

    Hi, I need help on my feed schedule for my RDWC system which contains a recirculating water volume of total 200L, which is 35L per 4 pots and a 60L tank. Which Water volume do I need to calculate on my feeding schedule and can I use the same amount or should I add more/less?


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