Cultured Solutions UC Roots

Cultured Solutions UC Rooting enhancer reduces the potential habitat for plant pathogens and biofilms in reservoirs while also aiding in root growth and development.
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Name Cultured Solutions UC Roots
Brand Current Culture
SKU CSUCROOTS
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associated with hydroponics cultivation. Our well balanced, extremely concentrated mineral nutrient enables plants to thrive at relatively low concentrations, while maintaining unparalleled performance and quality.

Cultured Solutions potent formulation provides US growers with a premium plant nutrient without incurring the large carbon footprint associated with importing foreign nutrient lines. With high quality mineral inputs, pure Sierra Nevada water and exceptional chemistry, Current Culture H2O has created a Premium Plant Nutrient. It's our innovation, horticultural expertise and commitment to excellence that's enabled us to formulate and blend the best nutrient line in the world...right here in California!

UC ROOTS is a multipurpose root zone optimizer that uses proprietary chemistry to aid in mineral descaling and the removal of potentially harmful biofilms in nutrient reservoirs. By reducing the potential habitat for plant pathogens, UC ROOTS has been shown to aid in root development.

Root Zone Optimizer:

  • Reduces Mineral Build-Up
  • Liquid Crop Insurance
  • Highly Concentrated
  • Weekly Treatment for Hydroponics System/Reservoir:
  • Add 1-3mL of UC ROOTS per gallon of nutrient solution every 5- 7 days if nutrient temps are below 68°F or every 1-3 days if nutrient temps exceed 76° F.


  • Periodic and Final Nutrient Flush:
    Periodic: Add 5-7mL of UC ROOTS per gallon of water and continue to irrigate as normal. Continue this process for 12-24 hrs. then drain away solution and mix new nutrient. Final: Add 5-7mL of UC ROOTS per gallon of water and continue to irrigate as normal. Continue this process for the last 3-5 days of fruiting/blooming cycle.

    Cloning /Propagation:
    Add 5-10mL of UC ROOTS per gallon of fresh water at the beginning of the cloning/propagation process. Cuttings may be dipped or fully immersed in 25-30mL of UCROOTS per gallon of water for 20-30 seconds, then apply cloning gels or rooting powders.

    Hydroponic System/Reservoir Cleaning (Without Plants):
    Add 30mL of UC ROOTS per gallon of water. Circulate for 1-24 hours then drain the system/reservoir.

    To Clean Used Media:
    Soak overnight in 30mL of UC ROOTS per gallon of water. This will clean and help prepare media for reuse and is suitable for clay pebbles, coconut fiber, rockwool , etc. that are not excessively degraded or contaminated.

    UC ROOTS is suitable for all hydroponics applications including Rockwool, NFT, DWC, RDWC, Ebb-N-Flow and substrate based DTW applications.

    Recommendations and Notes for Cultured Solutions Nutrients:

  • Cultured Solutions is formulated so that when used with tap water (100-150 ppm) it does not necessitate the use of additives such as CalMag. When tap water is in excess of 250 ppm we recommend the use of a reverse osmosis filter.

  • When using reverse osmosis water add CalMag @ 1-3 ml/gal to ensure an appropriate ratio of Ca to Mg is achieved before adding in Cultured Solutions.

  • For applications where all parameters such as lighting, CO2, RH and temps are dialed in, increase recommended dosage of all nutrients by 15-25% and monitor plants to optimize proper dosages.

  • For Greenhouse applications it may be necessary to increase dosages by 15-25% to maximize plant production given the increase in lighting concentrations. Conversely, in lower light applications it may be necessary to decrease concentration slightly so as not to push plants beyond the given parameters at hand.

  • For soil or soilless applications it is recommended to leach with UC Roots periodically to aid in the avoidance of toxic mineral salt build ups. If pushing the plants with higher ppm regimes be sure to leach weekly.