Ripen
Ripen
Ripen
GHE

Ripen

Fantastic finish to your fruits and flowers before flushing

 

Flowering forcing solution
 
Ripen, by General Hydroponics, is a specific tool to speed up the flowering process. Ripen basically slowly stresses the plant thus 'forcing' it to speed it's ripening process in an effort to spread it's genes.
This is particularly useful when you have to finish a crop in hurry.
 
E.g. If you have a mite infestation or some other problem. You can use Ripen in either hydroponics & soil and you use it on it's own at the rate of 4-5ml/litre.
It is only possible to use Ripen for 2 weeks maximum prior to desired harvesting date.
 
Ripen has also been found to be beneficial in producing additional essential oils in plants.

Ripen by GHE is a superb late bloom feed that has the perfect nutrient formulation for the end of flowering/fruiting. Due to its unique composition, Ripen accelerates the final stage of flowering to provide a fantastic finish to your fruits and flowers before flushing. It can also be used to speed up the flowering process for an early finish - which proves very useful if you're struggling from a mite infestation or pest problem. A complete replacement for your normal bloom nutrient, Ripen is a pure flowering feed which we highly recommend in all growing media. Use at 4-5mls per Litre for 2 weeks maximum prior to desired harvesting date.

Ingredients : Ripen™ is an especially formulated mixture of chemicals that are mixed in proportions toassure excellent plant nutrition. The chemical identity of the compounds and exact proportions used in the mixture are a trade secret, however, they are derived from : Phosphoric Acid, Potassium Phosphate, Magnesium Phosphate, Potassium Chloride, Magnesium Sulfate, Potassium sulfate, Ammonium Sulfate, Potassium Nitrate, and Magnesium Carbonate.

Physical and chemical properties

  • Physical State: All compounds in Ripen™ are in aqueous solution.
  • Color: Orange
  • Density: 1.19
  • pH: 3.7
  • Odor: None
  • Solubility: Ripen™ is readily soluble in water