What is CANNA COGr?
CANNA COGr is a revolutionary coconut product line for plant cultivation. It is perfect for the experienced and demanding grower. Advantages of CANNA COGr: Total control. A grower can buffer, administer the nutrients and even determine how long the plants grow or bloom.
How do you feed Canna Coco A and B?
- Shake bottle well before use.
- Fill nutrient reservoir with water.
- Add CANNA COCO A & B to the nutrient reservoir with the dilution ratio 1:250 (40 ml A and 40 ml B per 10 litre of water).
- The EC of Coco dissolved in (tap) water varies between 1.2 – 2.3 mS/cm2 (= the solution EC + the water EC)
How do you use Canna nutrients?
- A ready to use fertilizer solution is made by diluting A & B concentrates in equal amounts with tap water.
- Shake Coco A and Coco B well before use.
- Fill the nutrition tank with water.
- Dosage: 0.5 fl oz/gal (40 ml/10L)
- Stir well and let mixture stand for some hours.
- Recommended pH: 5.5 – 6.2.
How much is Canna Coco A and B per Litre?
Use 2-4ml/litre (CF of 12-23) of both part A and part B. Use 2ml/litre for small light-feeding plants and 4ml/litre for larger heavy-feeding plants. The size and vigour of your plants will also affect how frequently they should be watered.
What do you feed cannas?
Fish emulsion fertilizer is a little higher in nitrogen, but is a fantastic organic alternative for feeding your cannas. Higher nitrogen fertilizers tend to increase the average height of cannas. If you have rose food or tomato food on hand, both are great options for cannas, too!
Do you use canna A and B together?
Tips: To prevent any residues from appearing in your nutrient reservoir, always mix the A and B portions separately in the reservoir with a large amount of water. Mix the COCO A solution first and stir well before adding the COCO B solution to help prevent saline residues. Always use COCO A and COCO B in equal amounts.
What is the best fertilizer for cannas?
Cannas are not terribly picky when it comes to fertilizer. Cannas easily bloom all summer without much effort. For those of you who want to give your plants an extra boost, we recommend applying 5-10-5 or 10-10-10 two or three times during the growing season.
Is CANNA COCO A and B enough?
COCO is divided into a two-part nutrient solution known as COCO A and COCO B. There are two bottles but it is actually only one fertilizer, so you need both of them to work as a complete nutrient.
Is Miracle Gro good for canna lilies?
If you go to any farm or farmer’s market the only type of fertilizer they will recommend using is this water-soluble solution by miracle-gro.
When should I feed my canna plant?
You should start fertilizing in early spring and continue to add fertilizer once a month. Make your last application of fertilizer about six weeks before you expect the first frost. This schedule of fertilizing will ensure you get blooms throughout the summer and into the fall.
Does Canna A and B contain nitrogen?
Canna Coco contains chelated forms of nutrients such as nitrogen which can be easily absorbed by your plant. Most growers know about the three major nutrients that plants need: potassium, phosphorus and nitrogen.
What should I feed my canna lilies with?
Cannas bought as potted plants can be planted directly into the garden. Water in well and feed with a slow-release fertiliser. They rarely require support.
Do canna lilies need feeding?
Cannas Aren’t Picky: Basic Feeding Although they need some nutrition, canna lilies are known to bloom even when neglected, just like any other plant. Unfortunately, if you want the most out of growing canna lilies, you’ll need to provide them with fertilizer.
What nutrients can I use with coco coir?
Here are the nutrients your plants will need if you use coco coir:
Is CANNA COCO any good?
Flower: High yields, great flavor, strong smell, appearance/bag appeal, and incredible resin production. Consistent and reliable. Nutrients have a fairly long shelf life when stored properly. Even without any clay pebbles or perlite, coco retains 22% oxygen even when fully saturated.
What kind of fertilizer do cannas need?
To truly get the most out of your cannas, begin with a 20-20-20 ratio fertilizer on young plants. Once they’ve matured or are about to bloom, switch to a 15-30-15 ratio. With these concentrations, you will only need to feed once in the spring before new growth appears and once again in the summer.