Gold Leaf Simplifies Hydroponics

Listen to Dr. Russel Sharp, the inventor of Gold Leaf, explain the origin of Gold Leaf.

Directions for Hydroponic Use

Using Gold Leaf for hydroponic applications is simple and easy. Here are the steps for successful hydroponic crops.


Feed 1/8 oz. of Gold Leaf per gallon of water until the desired EC is reached.

  • Shake Bottle
  • Add to Water and Stir
  • Wait One Minute for Product to Disperse
  • Apply to Crops

Ebb and Flood:

Use in the same manner as a conventional two part fertilizer. Do not allow pockets of stagnant solution to remain once drained.

Nutrient Film Technique (NFT)/continuous flow:

Top off tank with water daily, then add Gold Leaf to reach the EC level equivalent to 1.0 mL/L.

Flood to Drain systems:

We advise that in Spring and Summer, effluent is placed onto nearby gardens and lawns to take advantage of any unused nutrients.


Use as a direct replacement for ‘two part’ fertilizers.

High Value Crop Dosing Instructions

PLEASE READ COMPLETELY. Shake very well. Mix thoroughly. Wait a few minutes before applying. Only mix the amount you plan to use for the current application. Don’t mix and store away for later applications. Use as a continuous feed for hydroponics. For use in soil or peat, apply every third watering and use plain water in-between Gold Leaf applications.
The following chart represents approximate dosing ranges for all growth stages of High-Value Crops, along with recommended lighting cycles. These are tested ranges based on several strains grown with Gold Leaf. Use this chart as a guideline and make adjustments according to your plant’s performance and your own personal experience. Gold Leaf contains both calcium and magnesium. Some plant strains, however, prefer additional amounts of each depending on the growing medium. Gold Leaf is compatible with all Cal/Mag, Microbial Amendment and Terpene Enhancer products.

High Value Crop Dosing