On this page you can find information about the nutrient tables for the nutrient brands available in Natural Experience marijuana seeds. Below you will find general information on this subject, and at the end of the text, links to each of the nutrient tables.

Feeding Schedule charts

A nutrient fertilizer table for plants provides an effective way to keep track of the essential nutrients for a particular type of plant. It is a graphical representation of the amount of essential nutrients, such as nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus and magnesium, that a plant needs at each stage of growth and flowering. The chart also helps to understand what kind of balance must be maintained for the plant to receive adequate nutrition. This chart is useful for both gardeners and commercial growers, as it can help them understand what type of fertilizer to use on their plants and in what amounts.

Advantages of using a feeding chart

Using a nutrient feeding chart makes it easier to track a plant's progress and ensure that it receives all the essential minerals it requires. A chart helps to understand the nutrient requirements of the different stages of the plant and to identify the right type of fertilizers and fertilization methods to use. This ensures that plants receive the right amount of nutrients at the right time and in the right proportions. 

How to read a nutrient table

Reading a nutrient feeding table is relatively simple. The table usually has a numerical representation of the levels of each nutrient to be applied. As well as a time horizon, typically indicated in weeks, so that you know when to apply each of the products. By reading each of the coordinates on the table, we will know what to apply in each of the weeks of the crop.

Different types of nutrient feeding tables

Nutrient feeding charts can take different forms, depending on the type of crop or the type of nutrients you want to use. There are tables designed specifically for soil, coco and soilless media (hydro and aerial). Each nutrient table can also be divided into the type of nutrient, i.e. organic, mineral or other. It is important to find the right type of board for the specific type of crop you are trying to grow. 

Tips for using a nutrient feeding table

Using a nutrient feeding chart can be a great way to monitor a plant's progress and make sure it is getting all the essential nutrients it needs. Here are some tips on how to get the most out of a nutrient feeding chart: 

  • Make sure you use the right nutrient table for the type of plant you want to grow. 
  • Choose a nutrient table that corresponds to the type of nutrient and substrate you plan to use.
  • Check the nutrient levels of the plant weekly or daily. 
  • Adjust the nutrients to the amounts recommended by the manufacturer at all times. 
  • Regularly measure the pH and Eq of the nutrient solution and soil.

By following these tips, it is easy to ensure that plants receive the right amount of nutrients at the right time and in the right proportions. This will help ensure that the plants grow healthy and can reach their full potential.

Feeding tables for different brands of nutrients