Mills - Basis A&B is a two-part nutrient made to improve nutrient absorption during your plants' development. The formula is provided in two parts designed to boost plants' natural flavours and aromas. The product comprises essential ingredients, which ensure high harvest yields and tastier fruits. What's best, Basis promotes and stimulates the synthesis of protein and improves the photosynthesis process.
- Growers use Mills - Basis A&B throughout the plants' entire growth cycle;
- It's suitable for use in hydroponic growing systems, run-to-waste hydroponics, and organic soil;
- Basis is a 2-parts nutrient comprising top-quality micro and macronutrients to strengthen your plants and ensure high yield harvests;
- It's used throughout the entire development cycle to provide your plants with the boost they need.
- Mills Basis A&B optimizes nutrient absorption;
- Stimulates photosynthesis;
- Improves water and nutrient transportation;
- Strengthens plants' immune system;
- Enhances fruits' taste and flavour.
Mills Basis is a two-part nutrient used throughout the entire development and blooming cycle. The product is made to improve the quality of your crops and increase the harvest yield. Basis is designed to harden the water, which you use for feed. Soft water has low quantities of minerals and a low pH. And Basis A&B adjusts and neutralizes the pH, adding in essential minerals such as Calcium and Magnesium. These minerals support plants' growth and support nutrient absorption.
Basis A comprises high amounts of Ca (Calcium 4%) and Fe (Red Iron). They help plants absorb a wider pH range. Basis B comprises high amounts of Mg (Magnesium 1%) and Molybdenum.
The product contains top-quality organic and inorganic fertilizers, which help your plants absorb macro and micro-nutrients faster. This way, you'll achieve better and higher crop yields without losing any flavours. Also, Basis stimulates photosynthesis and improves cell growth and division.
How to Use
Basis is a user-friendly product and it's suitable for all growing systems. Growers use the same amounts of part A and B at a rate of 1 ml/L and 3.5ml/L to achieve the required nutrient concentration.