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Soil nutrients

Soil nutrients

Strongly concentrated and very complete one-component Soil Nutrition for the growth or blooming period.

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Cocos nutrients

Cocos nutrients

Strongly concentrated and very complete A&B Cocos Nutrition for the growth or blooming period.

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F1 extreme Booster

F1 extreme Booster

BAC F1 Extreme Booster is a very strongly concentrated booster and is provided with the highest quality trace elements and various sugar molasses.

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Hydro nutrients

Hydro nutrients

Strongly concentrated and very complete A&B Hydro Nutrition for the growth or blooming period.

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Additives

Additives

Are you looking for products that can stimulate or support your crop’s growth during all phases?

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Mineral plant food

Are you looking for plant food that stimulates your crops during the growth and blooming phases? BAC Online offers a range of the most complete types of mineral plant food.

Plant food consists of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. These elements contribute to the plant’s growth, bloom and sturdiness. The elements calcium and magnesium have also been added to the product. Calcium helps to neutralise acidity, preventing the soil from becoming too acid. Magnesium contributes to the leaves’ wonderful green colour, giving the plant a healthy, rich look.

BAC Online offers a range of mineral plant food products:

What are mineral fertilisers?

Plants, just like humans and animals, need nutrients to grow and develop. And the correct quantity and ratio of the so-called NPKs is of great importance in this respect. NPK stands for the amount of Nitrogen (N), Phosphate (P) and Potassium (K) in a fertiliser. Plants always need these elements to serve as a stable foundation.

Mineral fertilisers, better known as artificial fertilisers or inorganic fertilisers, do not consist entirely of natural ingredients, as they are created by means of a chemical process. However, all the elements found in mineral fertilisers are essentially natural elements.

The main advantage of mineral fertilisers is that BAC has put together several recipes to respond perfectly to specific plants’ needs. Depending on which growing medium you use, these recipes allow for highly targeted fertilisation. BAC artificial fertilisers contain all necessary elements and plants will not have to pick which elements they need. Nutrients in mineral fertilisers are almost always absorbed quicker than those in organic fertilisers.

A disadvantage of mineral fertilisers, however, is that they do not contribute to healthy soil life, because they consist of various different salts. Using BAC stimulators is therefore strongly recommended.

If mineral fertilisers are used incorrectly, salts can start to accumulate around root systems, which may damage them.

Knowledge centre

BAC’s employees have extensive knowledge of crop cultivation, which they are happy to share with you.

If you have any questions about one of our products or if you want advice on how to use a product, feel free to contact us anytime.

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