a bottle Lemon Kick, ph control to reduce the ph value when preparing your nutrient solution. Reduce ph the natural way.

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Naturally reduces the pH value

Lemon Kick is an organic pH regulator that allows you to reduce the pH value of the nutrient water to the ideal level of 5.5 - 6.5. Only a nutrient solution with the correct pH value will ensure that the plant absorbs the nutrients in the correct proportions. This then has a stimulating effect on the plant’s metabolism, which makes the plant grow faster.

The advantages of Lemon Kick
  • Does not influence the EC value.
  • Up to three times as effective as other pH regulators.
  • Suitable for all watering systems.
  • Dosage and use

    Shake well before use. Add Lemon Kick in steps of 0.5 ml per litre of water (1:2000) and measure the pH value as you go along.


    Water, citric acid.


    Lemon Kick is available in 500ml, 1 litre and 5 litre bottle.
    Tips from Plagron
  • Lemon Kick has a strong effect and must therefore be added step-by-step.
  • Lemon Kick is safer to use than the ph regulators PH Plus and PH Min.
  • Frequently asked questions about Lemon Kick
    If you grow organically, you don't want to use phosphoric acid or nitric aci. This kills your important soil life. Furthermore, Lemon Kick doesn't change your NPK value, while phosphoric or nitric acid does. Lemon Kick also doesn't affect your soil life.
    Yes, with Lemon Kick you decrease the pH value of the nutrient water without affecting the soil life.
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