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Advanced Nutrients pH-Up 10L

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Original price $180.00
Original price $180.00 - Original price $180.00
Original price $180.00
Current price $88.01
$88.01 - $88.01
Current price $88.01

Garden soil is not a one-shot-fits-all that works with everything you put into it. Plants thrive in different soil conditions. Some plants will only survive in a certain acidity level and stunt outside its pH requirement. The pH is the soil’s measure of acidity and greatly affects the action of plant nutrients. For this reason, every gardener needs to test their soil’s acidity level to create a conducive environment for their plants to flourish.

 Ideally, crops will grow in the soil’s acidity level between 5.5 or 6.5. Vegetables may thrive at something near 6.8, while herbs prefer the neutral 7.0 measure. However, when your pH meter registers a low acidity level, it can be detrimental for the plants. Extremely alkaline soil can stunt their growth and hamper their uptake of nutrients. Some plant nutrients like manganese and molybdenum will become toxic and cause the yellowing of leaves. Other plants may also wither and die.

 To address the soil’s low pH level, gardeners often use limestone to elevate it to an ideal level. But for a foolproof soil alkalinity solution, you can also trust the Advanced Nutrients pH Up buffer. pH Up is an acid booster and regulator that supports plant growth and prevents it from wilting. It has pharmaceutical-grade potassium that brings the soil’s acid grade to a desirable level. This product is ideal for adjusting the acidity in the root zone of hydroponic plants. It is also best for aeroponics, sphagnum, Rockwool, or other types of plant media.

 A healthy pH level in the soil or water helps the plants get the most out of the nutrients that you feed them. Without considering the pH level, you can render your fertilizers useless. It will cancel out the effort, so plants will hardly yield better crops. Worse yet, it will succumb to its environment and overthrow your investment.

 That is why regular checking of the soil’s acidity is necessary. If it falls below the requirement, whip up the Advanced Nutrient pH Up. Through optimal pH levels, you