Q & A on Heavy T’s Grow Show
HydroRush was On-The-Air with Heavy T and the Fellas, talking about how HydroRush works and provides many benefits for your plants and growing systems.
We’ve edited parts of Heavy T’s Grow Show so you can get right to the questions. To listen to Our unedited segment of the show, there’s a link toward the bottom of this page or you can listen to the complete show here.
HydroRush keeps the anaerobic and anaerobic bacteria in balance by providing Oxygen at a molecular level to enable your garden to be able to utilize your nutrients efficiently.
Use in Compost Teas, “True” Organic Nutrients and Mineral Nutrients for positive response.
The common perception is that there aren't bacteria in Deep Water Culture reservoirs. Does HydroRush help?
We recommend you go slow and low and work your way up because HydroRush really enhances your root zone environment for nutrient uptake
Our suggested retail price is $ 29.99 for Quarts and $89.99 for Gallons.
For the small dosage that is recommended, this is a very good value for the cost per gallon and the benefits that it provides.
Increased microbial activity has the ability to help increase the efficiency of nutrient uptake toward making them more available.
Yes, One of the things that gardeners have reported to us was that their systems were quite a bit cleaner because HydroRush keeps your bacteria stimulated and doing it’s job, it will digest the waste that’s in your system and as a result will convert and release those nutrients instead.
Call-in questions from Listeners:
What’s shelf life of HydroRush?
HydroRush is very stable and will last at least 2 years.
Will HydroRush cause any fallout or problems with existing nutrients?
HydroRush is compatible with everything you’re currently using
Is it adding Oxygen or pulling Oxygen from what’s already there?
HydroRush adds an alternative Oxygen Source as an electron receptor
How is HydroRush different from H2O2 (hydrogen peroxide)?
HydroRush is very different from H2O2. Hydrogen Peroxide is a sterilizing agent HydroRush is not. H2O2 is a poor unstable source of Oxygen.
Why do you recommend using HydroRush only up to the first week of bloom?
Sometimes you do not want Nitrogen uptake at excessive levels in your plants during this phase of your growing cycle. In some situations Nitrogen residue is still present and HydroRush that is activating the bacteria can actually help your plant extract and utilize the Nitrogen that is still in your system that you’re not aware still exists and sometimes this is undesirable.
The method of respiration in bacteria is called Anoxic Respiration. So, HydroRush provides Oxygen as an oxidizing source not as a pure Oxygen source.
Yes, As we talk about on the Website, start at a low rate because your nutrient solution is in constant contact with the vegetative and rooting sites.
In our Pepper Plant Side-By-Side Growing Tests, we used 1-2 ml. per gallon on our seedlings with noteably visible results as you can see if you follow this link.
So, stay low and go slow.
In Flo and Grow systems HydroRush works great. You can increase your dosage to the 3-5 mls per gallon and add it to your reservoir and you’ll be in good shape.
You can always contact Sunlight Supply too.
For those of you who want to listen to the complete unedited HydroRush segment of Heavy T’s Grow Show,
here you go.
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Long Beach, CA 90815
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