Are you buying hypochlorous acid in a bottle?
Did you know it is one of the simplest solutions to make yourself?
Greenhouse operators around the world are now buying hypochlorous acid generators like the Hypo 7.5 and making their own hypochlorous acid to replace Athena Cleanse, Current Culture's Clear Line and UC Roots, and Plant Aid.
Why should you choose onsite generation?
Athena Cleanse= $70/gallon
Hypo 7.5= $0.20/gallon
What can hypochlorous acid do?
- Root zone optimizer
- Pre-germination seed soak
- Equipment sanitation
- Biofilm eliminator
- Antifungal + sporicidal
- Produce rinse
- Cuttings dip
- Growing media cleanser
- Algae inhibitor
Hypochlorous acid can be added directly to water systems, (R) deep water culture tanks, flood tables, hydro-buckets, and misters. Free available chlorine levels should not exceed 5 ppm at the plant root.
Descaling: 5 ppm in a recirculating system or 500 ppm for flush to waste
Root zone optimization: 2-4 ppm in a recirculating system
Equipment sanitation: 200 ppm dip or soak
Growing media: 200 ppm soak (>10 minutes), then rinse with water
Cuttings: 10 ppm dip
Seed sanitizer: 2 ppm soak
Produce wash: 50-100 ppm (dependent on type of produce)