Advanced Nutrients pH-Down 1L
Plants will grow in an environment that suits their needs best. If they are growing healthy and robust, produce abundant foliage and blooms, you are on the right track with your gardening. Most of the time, the best fertilizers can fuel the plant's nutrition needs and boost its growth and production.
However, if you notice that your plants are growing skinny with yellowing leaves, it can get problematic. If you think you have fed it everything, maybe you forgot to look down at the bottom of the problem.
The plant media is the first thing that every gardener should pay consideration to. It can alter its pH level, and when the plants cannot stand the soil condition, they may wither and die. Changes in the soil’s pH level prevent the plants from pulling up nutrients to support their growth.
For soil that turns slightly acidic, the Advanced Nutrients pH Down is your go-to assistant. It contains pharmaceutical-grade phosphoric acid that comes from pure concentrates. Adding it to your plant media will lower its acidity level at an acceptable range. Thus, plants can max out the nutritional elements they can get from fertilizers and plant additives.
Ideally, you should maintain a soil pH in the 5.5 to 6.5 range within the plant media. Regular and daily monitoring is necessary so you can address the problems immediately at the root cause. If you are working on rocks and gravel, the soil conditions there destabilize quickly. The poor quality of water also contributes to the rapid chemical changes in soil or hydroponic media.
You can change your media’s pH level by adding the Advanced Nutrients pH Down in small increments. Just add about 1mL per gallon of this product at a time. Then, after one hour, test your soil or water again and add a little bit more of the product until the acidity stabilizes. pH Down is one of the most cost-effective and straightforward solutions to acidic plant media. Instead of adding sulfur to alter the soil, this is a more convenient way of handling the situation.