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Fruit Bearing Formula Liquid Concentrate

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NutriHydro (NH) Fruit Bearing Formula is a potassium biased plant nutrient perfect for small to orchard sized fruit bearing plants.

NutriHydro’s Fruit Bearing formula is perfectly balanced making it a highly effective plant nutrient. Its nutrient design pushes crops to flower and contains energy to sustain towards fruiting. NutriHydro Fruit bearing formula is perfect for tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, potatoes, and small fruit bearing plants. It also performs well in giving plant nourishment to orchard sized crops.

 

AVAILABLE SIZES: 4 liters, 1 liter, 500 mL

NutriHydro Fruit Bearing
Commercial Farm Formula (CFF)

NutriHydro Fruit Bearing Commercial Farm Formula (CFF) is a completely water-soluble formula in dry form. It is as effective as the liquid concentrate formula and the difference only being in its dry form. Both are completely water soluble.

NutriHydro Fruit Bearing Commercial Farm Formula (CFF) is used by commercial growers due to its flexibility. In greenhouses, NutriHydro Fruit Bearing CFF is usually mixed with Calcium Nitrate, Calcium Chelate, Iron Chelate, and Magnesium Sulfate. In its dry form, growers are able to customize their mixture to suit the different stages of fruit bearing crop’s growth. The dry form is also more cost effective compared to the liquid concentrate.

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CROP USE

Crops pH Requirement TDS Requirement Optional Supplemental Nutrient
Tomatoes
5.5 to 6.5 pH
1,500 to 3,500 ppm
NutriHydro Calcium Chelate
NutriHydro Iron Chelate
Eggplants
5.5 to 6.5 pH
1,750 to 2,450 ppm
NutriHydro Calcium Chelate
NutriHydro Iron Chelate
Peppers
5.8 to 6.3 pH
1,400 to 2,100 ppm
NutriHydro Calcium Chelate
NutriHydro Iron Chelate
Potatoes
5.0 to 6.0 pH
1,400 to 1,750 ppm
NutriHydro Calcium Chelate
NutriHydro Iron Chelate

The use of supplemental nutrients is completely optional. Supplemental nutrients such as NutriHydro Calcium Chelate and  NutriHydro Iron Chelate are made available due to the fact that at times, depending on conditions, fruit bearing crops need more iron and calcium than usual during its growth period. Use optional plant nutrients as a supplement and not as a source of main nutrients.

Agriculture Reputation

NutriHydro's Nutrient Formulas are known for its potency and are stable and therefore can be relied upon to deliver consistent results.

FOCUS ON FOOD SECURITY

NutriHydro is focused on its proactive stance in the country's food security. Based in the Philippines, NutriHydro works with traditional agriculture to improve current farming systems and it also focuses on hydroponics and other means of growing that use water-soluble fertilizers which it believes will spur the growth of modern agriculture.

VERY HIGH QUALITY COMPONENTS

NutriHydro uses the highest quality components in manufacturing nutrients. NutriHydro never cuts corners and always value quality above cost.

NutriHydro's suppliers are carefully vetted and checked for credibility and reputation and NutriHydro sources only from the very best. Our first priority is to support local suppliers. The stability and growth of local and small business industries is very important to NutriHydro.

Research and data driven improvements

NutriHydro works with local growers, hobbyists, enthusiasts, commercial growers, and researchers. Working with the local community towards a data driven improvement mechanism allows the product to perform at the highest peak possible at the disposal of local growers.

A huge number of growers that use NutriHydro started off as hobbyists later on becoming enthusiasts, and eventually found themselves commercially growing. All thanks to the data shared across by NutriHydro users that took the level of growing from curiosity to new paths of possibilities.

Pro-Growers Tips

use of tds meters

For users who want to ensure maximum yield from lettuce crops, it is recommended to use a TDS meter. TDS is short for Total Dissolved Sediments Meter. It is used as it is called, to measure total dissolved sediments in water. Doing so gives you a guide on how much nutrient solution is in the water. It is recommended that you use a TDS meter so you can measure objectively and eliminate guess work.

use of ph testers

It is a must to use a PH meter. Your crop needs nutrient enriched water at a specific pH level. Going below such range will lead to macronutrient deficiency and stunted growth. Going beyond the required range will lead to micronutrient deficiency which leads to burnt tips and causing crops to turn yellow and lose its health. As it is so said in hydroponics, “pH is the key”. Once you have tested your pH, you will need NutriHydro pH Adjusters to dial down your pH to the correct range.

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

NutriHydro Fruit Bearing formula is a plant nutrient used to grow the solanaceous family of crops. These are tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and potatoes. NutriHydro Fruit Bearing is available in liquid concentrate and in dry form, both of which are completely water-soluble. NutriHydro Fruit Bearing formula can also be used for other small and orchard sized fruit bearing crops.

NutriHydro Fruit Bearing Formula is used in hydroponics, aeroponics, drip irrigation, sprinklers, and foliar. It can be used both in greenhouse and open-field settings.

NutriHydro’s Fruit bearing formula in liquid concentrate and dry formula are essentially the same. The difference being in its form factor. One is in liquid concentrate while the other is in dry form. Both formulas are completely water soluble.

The liquid concentrate works best for growers who do not want to be bothered by measurements. All the grower needs is to put equal amounts of concentrate in their nutrient tank until they reach a specific TDS. TDS stands for Total Dissolved Sediments and is a measure of how much nutrient is dissolved in nutrient tanks. It is highly advised that growers use a TDS meter to measure nutrient present in tanks.

The dry form is more commonly known as NutriHydro Commercial Farm Formula and is abbreviated as CFF. This nutrient form is fast becoming popular to growers due to its customizability. When using NutriHydro’s CFF, growers can custom blend nutrients for the different stages of crop growth. For crops in its seedling and growth stage, growers can put together a nitrogen rich blend. Nitrogen is the nutrient used by plants to grow. At a later stage when crops come closer to fruiting, growers can put together a phosphorus and potassium rich blend that is necessary for crops to bloom, flower, and fruit. Such is the flexibility and customizability of NutriHydro CFF which is why it is being popularly adopted by commercial growers.

Yes.

NutriHydro Fruit Bearing is manufactured specifically for the solanaceous family of crops and it works very well in growing tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and potatoes. NutriHydro Fruit Bearing formula can also be used to grow other small and orchard sized fruit bearing crops

Your crops will certainly grow without use of any pH adjusters. However, using pH adjusters unlocks the nutrient absorption ability of your crops.

Bringing the pH level of your nutrient tank to the correct levels will allow your crops to receive as much macronutrient, micronutrient, and trace elements as it can. In published agricultural journals derived from actual science based research, crops grown in the correct pH grow larger, healthier, and heavier compared to crops grown without the use of pH control. Hence the reason why commercial scale growers are particular about pH adjusters and make use of 24/7 monitoring systems that automatically dose nutrient tanks with pH adjusters.

Since the time of this writing April 2022, NutriHydro Fruit Bearing Formula liquid concentrate form has been around for over a year while its dry form is fairly new in the market. NutriHydro is popularly used by enthusiasts and new growers and is beginning to break grounds in the commercial space. Users of NutriHydro are Miguela’s Farm in Tanay, Yeye’s Farm in Batangas, Biado farm in La Union, Edgetech Farm in Silang Cavite, participating farmers of One Bataan, and a loooooong list of farms spanning from Luzon to Mindanao.

We have quite a list of experts in hydroponics and in the use of NutriHydro plant nutrients. Here it is:

  1. Marvin Baeza – Tanay, Rizal
  2. Nars Adriano – Bulacan
  3. Nathan Miguel – Marikina
  4. Rafael Ragos – Baguio City
  5. Xavier Boado – La Union
  6. Emman Camacho – Tuy, Batangas

NutriHydro Fruit Bearing has an online calculator. All you have to do is put in the quantity of water where you need to mix in your nutrient.

Do note that the calculator is a mere guide. The finality of mixture in your nutrient tank will rely on the use of  a TDS meter. TDS stands for Total Dissolved Sediments and it indicates the measure of nutrient presence in your tank.

Dilution Instructions | Liquid Concentrate

  1. Measure the TDS of the water in your nutrient tank using a TDS meter. TDS stands for Total Dissolved Sediments. The value you will see at this point is the existing dissolved sediments in your water. Using distilled water, which we discourage, will read 0 ppm. Using water from tap will read anywhere from around 50 to 200 ppm. Using water from deep well will read above 300 ppm and beyond. At this point, know that what you see from your TDS meter will be the inherent TDS of your water which you will later subtract to get the real TDS from your nutrient tank.

    For example: Your water without nutrients measure 60 ppm. When you add nutrients, your TDS meter, for this example reads 500 ppm. From this value, you must subtract 60 ppm. Therefore 440 ppm is your real TDS measurement when nutrients are added.

  2. Determine the quantity of water in your nutrient tank.
  3. Refer to the table below on how much nutrient you will use by entering the capacity of your nutrient tank.
  4. From the results of the table below, pour solution A into your nutrient tank and stir very thoroughly. Ensure that the liquid concentrate is well diluted in the nutrient tank.
  5. Again from the results below, pour solution B into your nutrient tank and stir very thoroughly. Ensure that the liquid concentrate is well diluted in the nutrient tank.
  6. Measure the TDS after you have poured in and mixed solutions A and B into the nutrient tank. DO NOTE that the nutrient calculator is a mere guide which will help you reach your TDS target within a ballpark figure. The final measurement should come from your TDS meter.
  7. If your TDS reading falls short from your target, add equal parts of solutions A & B into your nutrient tank. If your reading falls above target, dilute further by adding water into your nutrient tank.

Dilution Instructions | Dry Form (CFF)

  1. Measure the TDS of the water in your nutrient tank using a TDS meter. TDS stands for Total Dissolved Sediments. The value you will see at this point is the existing dissolved sediments in your water. Using distilled water, which we discourage, will read 0 ppm. Using water from tap will read anywhere from around 50 to 200 ppm. Using water from deep well will read above 300 ppm and beyond. At this point, know that what you see from your TDS meter will be the inherent TDS of your water which you will later subtract to get the real TDS from your nutrient tank.

    For example: Your water without nutrients measure 60 ppm. When you add nutrients, your TDS meter, for this example reads 500 ppm. From this value, you must subtract 60 ppm. Therefore 440 ppm is your real TDS measurement when nutrients are added.

  2. Determine the quantity of water in your nutrient tank.
  3. Refer to the table below on how much nutrient you will use by entering the capacity of your nutrient tank.
  4. From the results of the table below, pour Calcium Nitrate into hot water. Stir until the water becomes clear then pour into your nutrient tank. Mix thoroughly. Ensure that the liquid concentrate you’ve created is well diluted in the nutrient tank.
  5. Again from the results below, pour NutriHydro Fruit Bearing Dry Formula (CFF) into hot water. Stir until the water becomes clear then pour into your nutrient tank. Mix thoroughly. Ensure that the liquid concentrate you’ve created  is well diluted in the nutrient tank.
  6. Finally, from the results below, pour Epsom Salt otherwise called as Magnesium Sulfate into hot water. Stir until the water becomes clear then pour into your nutrient tank. Mix thoroughly. Ensure that the liquid concentrate you’ve created  is well diluted in the nutrient tank.
  7. Measure the TDS after you have poured in the Calcium Nitrate, NutriHydro Fruit Bearing CFF, and Epsom Salt into your nutrient tank. DO NOTE that the nutrient calculator is a mere guide which will help you reach your TDS target within a ballpark figure. The final measurement should come from your TDS meter.
  8. If your TDS reading falls short from your target, add more dry form (diluted in hot water) into your tank until you reach your desired TDS. If your reading falls above target, dilute further by adding water into your nutrient tank.

NutriHydro Fruit Bearing Calculator | Liquid Concentrate

NutriHydro Fruit Bearing Calculator | CFF | Dry Form

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