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General Hydroponics FloraShield  
General Hydroponics FloraShield

An excellent general disinfectant, FloraShield also protects roots and sanitizes seeds. It is a unique combination of anti-microbial compounds extremely effective against plant disease. Safe to use on actively growing plants at all growth stages, it can also be used as a disinfectant for cleanup of tools and growing systems. Works against powdery mildew!

Directions For Use

Reservoir Treatment:
Add 1 part FloraShield to 100 parts of nutrient solution in the reservoir and circulate. (example: add one Liter FloraShield to 100 Liters of nutrient solution, 1 1/4 oz. to 1 gal.).

FloraShield Dosage for Equipment Cleaning, Seed Soak, Vegetative Propagation and Pre-treatment of Rooting Media:
Mix :
1 1/4 oz. FloraShield into 1 gal. of water (one Liter to 100 Liters). This is the standard 1:100 solution.

Equipment Cleaning:
Dip tool in FloraShield Mixture for 2-3 minutes. Wipe equipment with FloraShield and allow to air dry.

Seed Soak:
Soak seeds for 5-10 minutes in FloraShield 1:100 Mixture, then rinse with clean water before planting.

Vegetative Propagation:
Cuttings should be dipped in FloraShield Mixture for 20-30 seconds, then rinsed with clean water prior to applying cloning gels or rooting powders. Pre-Treatment of Rooting Medium: Drench in a 1:100 solution of FloraShield and allow to drain.
Product ID: XFLORASHIELD
Category: pH and Nutrient-Additives & Supplements-Preventatives & Root Health
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FloraShield, 1 quart $23.16
FloraShield, 1 gallon $64.76
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