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TriPart Bloom is part of the widely renowned TriPart series by GHE Terra Aquatica. It's one of the most commonly used mineral fertilizers by cannabis growers worldwide. With TriPart, you'll achieve a high-quality final product and the largest yields. TriPart Bloom should be used alongside TriPart Grow and TriPart Micro from the start of the cultivation.


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Type and Use

TriPart Bloom is one of three components from the TriPart Series GHE Terra Aquatica for indoor and outdoor cannabis cultivation, with soil, coco, or hydroponic substrates. TriPart Micro and TriPart Grow should be used from the early weeks. The proportion of each fertilizer will need to be adjusted throughout different growth phases.

Benefits for the Plant

TriPart Bloom contains phosphorus and potassium, essential macro elements required in varying doses throughout the cannabis plant's life cycle.


NPK 0-5-4

  • Nitrogen: 0%
  • Phosphorus: 5%
  • Potassium: 4%
  • Magnesium: 3%
  • Sulphur: 5%

Phosphoric acid, monopotassium phosphate, dipotassium phosphate, magnesium phosphate, potassium carbonate, and magnesium sulfate.

Usage and Dosage

  • Soil: 0.2ml/L initial roots; 0.6ml/L initial leaves; 0.5ml/L growth; 1.5ml/L pre-flora; 0.7ml/L flowering.
  • Coco and Hydro: 0.5ml/L initial roots; 1ml/L initial leaves; 0.6ml/L growth; 1.5ml/L pre-flora; 2.4ml/L flowering.

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Keep in mind that you'll always need to use all three components of the TriPart GHE Terra Aquatica range to achieve a basic fertilizer, meaning you'll also need Tripart Grow and TriPart Micro from the beginning of cultivation.

Data sheet

Type of composition
Mineral or chemical
Growth stage
Type of fertilizer
Fertilizer for flowering stage
Type of grow
Aeroponic grow
Coco grow
Hydroponic grow
Soil grow

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