Final Flush™ is formulated to remove excess salt from growing media to ensure a cleaner tasting harvest. Plants tend to absorb excess nutrients and store them in plant tissues. By purging nutrients from the root zone, plants are forced to convert accumulated salts into secondary metabolites that improve harvest quality. The result is a top quality harvest with the flavour and aroma you expect.
01 Knocks Salts Away From Plant Roots
02 Mitigates Over Fertilization Damage
03 Brings Out Natural Flavours
Use in the final week of flowering to flush plants of excess nutrients, or anytime to purge growing media of accumulated nutrients.
1L makes 500L of solution
2ml per 1L
Observe for visible signs of excess fertilizer salts such as the appearance of a white, powdery residue on the surface of the growing medium.
Use 10 ml of Final Flush per 5 L (2 tsp/5qt) of water. Safe to use while plants are growing or between crops.
Hydroponics: Add Final Flush mixture to pure water in the nutrient reservoir and run the system for about one hour.
Salt Accumulation: Apply Final Flush mixture liberally to the top of the container and allow any excess solution to drain out the bottom. Repeat a second time if necessary and then wait one week before resuming a regular feeding program.
Prior to Harvest: Use mixture 7-10 days before harvest, to remove unnecessary fertilizer salts and fertilizer flavors.
Ascorbic Acid, Citric Acid
GUARANTEED MINIMUM ANALYSIS
Nutrient (ppm) at 1 ml/L
Ascorbic Acid 6 ppm
Citric Acid 6 ppm
1L / 4L
A CLOSER LOOK
Flushing with water only removes dissolved nutrients, whereas Final Flush contains powerful solubilizers that liquify and remove precipitated and adsorbed nutrients.
To address nutrient imbalance or salt accumulation, apply Final Flush mixture liberally to the top of the container and allow any excess solution to drain out the bottom. Repeat a second time if necessary and then wait one week before resuming a regular feeding program.
For a pre-harvest flush apply Final Flush mixture 7-10 days before harvest, to remove unnecessary fertilizer salts and fertilizer flavours.