Advantages of Canna Coco
Coco growers that really want the best of the best choose CANNA COCO. It is a sophisticated combination of high-value coco substrates and fertilizer that guarantees the best results.
Rich in high-value elements
After years of research into potting mixes, drainage, and leaf analysis, CANNA has succeeded in being the first to develop a fertilizer that is specifically tailored to the characteristics of coco substrates. CANNA COCO nutrient is composed of high-value minerals. Growers throughout the world have been enthusiastic for years about the explosive growth and profuse flowering with CANNA COCO.
Canna Coco encourages root development
CANNA COCO substrate is airier than for example potting mix. This means there is more room for rooting and plants get much more oxygen. This stimulates growth and bloom and produces bigger yields.
CANNA COCO substrate is environmentally friendly. No energy-wasting production methods are used during the production of this long-lasting, cultivation substrate. Coconut fibers are obtained from coconut husks which are natural products that can be harvested throughout the year.
It's easy to grow on CANNA COCO. All the nutritional elements for the growing and flowering phase are present in the CANNA COCO A & B nutrients. Due to the unique buffering capability of the CANNA COCO substrate (it binds nutrients and releases them), and its sponge-like structure, the nutrients needed to ensure high yields are stored in the coco. This means that the plant itself can regulate the amount and timing of its nutrient intake.
Why A&B Nutrients?
CANNA COCO nutrient consists of two parts, an A part and a B part. We separate these parts for a reason. The amounts of Calcium and Phosphate that have to be present for the nutrient to do its job properly are quite high. When you put such highly concentrated elements in one bottle they will conflict with each other sometimes resulting in a slimy residue. When you separate these two elements from each other, then mix both of them with the water in your nutrient reservoir later on,there is no problem. That's why you should first add the A component and then the B component!