How You Get The Biggest Yields From Your Bloom Booster
You’re likely to be among the 91.7% of growers who use bloom boosters every bloom cycle, so it’s natural for you to want to be sure that your boosters give you the biggest yields possible for your garden.
To be precise, you look for bloom booster effects that include:
Larger, heavier, denser flowers
Flowers with more essential oils, aromatics, terpenoids, phenols and other potency factors.
Measurable, significant increases in overall harvest weight and market value.
How do most bloom boosters stack up in meeting these goals? Not as well as they could. In fact, until recently poorly-absorbed forms of phosphorus and potassium (P and K) were the main ingredients in most bloom boosters.
Worse yet, almost all bloom boosters have incorrect ratios or types of phosphorus and potassium. Most bloom boosters provide double the amount of phosphorus to potassium. That’s not useful. Your plants are much hungrier for potassium than for phosphorus during bloom phase.
And when too much phosphorus is dumped into your plants, it creates a potential for phosphorus toxicity that works against flower production and overall plant health.
Not only that, your crops may taste harsh so they hurt your throat and lungs.
Potassium And Phosphorus Are Only Parts
Of The Real Story
There’s a lot more to fueling bigger flowers than giving your plants correct ratios and types of potassium and phosphorus.
It turns out that floral production revs up most when your plants are provided the full range and correct forms of substances called amino acids, which are building blocks of proteins, terpenoids, phenols and alkaloids.
Follow This Simple Feed Chart Designed by our Research Team
|Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Week 5||Week 6||Week 7|
|Big Bud||2 mL/L||2 mL/L||2 mL/L|
Conversions: 1 Teaspoon = 5mL | 1 Tablespoon = 15 mL | 1 Ounce = 30mL | 1 Cup = 240 mL