VitaLink Coco MAX AB


Size: 1L (SOFT)
Sale price£15.00


VitaLink Coco MAX (previously known as Coir Max) is a highly-concentrated A and B formulation, tailor-made to get the best possible results when growing in coco coir.

This 2-part nutrient contains a balanced mix of macro and micronutrients and is ideal for use throughout both growth and flowering stages. Fulvic acid and chelated micronutrients improve plants’ uptake of nutrient solutions, resulting in better photosynthesis and thus more vigorous growth and flowering.

Iron is chelated with EDDHA, making it available over a wide pH range, so your plants will never starve for this element – even in periods of high demand. Iron is necessary for the production of chlorophyll, which is essential for photosynthesis.

With proven results in grow trials with VitaLink 100% Coco, VitaLink Coco MAX can be used for many applications, including hand-watering, gravity feeding, flood and drain and drip systems. The mixed nutrient solution is highly stable.

Usage instructions:

Always check the water quality in your area and ensure you are using the correct variant – either hard water or soft water. In very soft water areas, we recommend a half-strength VitaLink CalMag supplement (0.5ml/L) during the growth stage.

Always use equal amounts of A and B to prepare your nutrient solution. If required, adjust the pH. Recommended pH range: 5.8-6.5. Shake well before use.

Use at 1-2 ml/L of each of A and B solutions for seedlings and young plants. Begin to increase the dose rate once you see your seedlings or plants have established and are actively growing. Use at 3-4 ml/L of each of A and B solutions for mature plants.

We recommend that you always maintain at least the minimum recommended dose rate for your plants stage of development. The base feed is the foundation of healthy plant growth. Carefully selected additive use can then maximize this potential but it can never replace it.

VitaLink’s range of nutrients does not adversely affect the flavour of herbs, vegetables, salad, fruits and other plants grown for consumption.

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