Grow 7-9-5 is an all purpose complete nutrition concentrate containing all 6 essential macronutrients and all 10 essential micronutrients that every plant needs. It can be used to promote both foliage and blooms. It is ideal for poor, rocky soils, container grown plants and hydroponics. The low soluble salts and slightly higher phosphorus makes this a great all year African violet or orchid formula for those who don’t want to switch formulas to promote flowering. Use Grow 7-9-5 as a rapid cure for nutrient deficiencies. When mixed at dilute concentrations, it is quick acting as a foliar spray. If you are looking for a single formula to use all the time on all your plants, this is the one. Compare to Other Brands The National Home Gardening Club tested Grow 7-9-5 to other popular brands and the result was a 98% approval rating. Click on the image to the left to open the comparison document. Application Rates Grow 7-9-5 is available in 1 pint, 1 quart, or 1 gallon liquid concentrate. Indoor Plants Mix 1/4 to 1/2 tsp. per gallon of water with every watering. Outdoor Plants Mix 1/2 tsp. per gallon of water with every watering. For monthly feeding, use 1 tsp. per gallon of water. Hydroponics Mix 2-3 tsp. per gallon of water for recirculating systems or 1 tsp per gallon for non-recirculating systems. Siphon Mixer (1:15 ratio) Mix 1-3 fl.oz. per gallon of water for a concentrate feed solution. Irrigation Injector (1:100 ratio) Mix 10-18 fl.oz. per gallon of water to make an injectable concentrate. Product Analysis Total Nitrogen 7%* Chlorine (Cl) 0.1%* Ammoniacal (NH4) 2.6%* Cobalt (Co) 0.0015%* Nitrate (NO3) 4.4%* Copper (Cu) 0.05%* Phosphorus (P2O5) 9%* Iron (Fe) 0.1%* Potassium (K2O) 5%* Manganese (Mn) 0.05%* Calcium (Ca) 2%* Molybdenum (Mo) 0.0009%* Magnesium (Mg) 0.5%* Nickel (Ni) 0.0001% Sulfur (S) 0.05% Sodium (Na) 0.1%* Boron (B) 0.02%* Zinc (Zn) 0.05%* *Nutrients marked with an asterisk (*) are guaranteed in all states. The other minerals are at concentration levels which are ideal to achieve optimum crop growth but may be below levels to satisfy the labeling requirements of some state fertilizer laws.