BOOST FLOWER SIZE AND
Bud Booster is an original bloom additive from Green Planet which, because of its high level of phosphorus, helps promote blooming and assists in the plants metabolism during the middle of the flowering stage. Bud booster simply put is a flower enhancer generally used by entry level gardeners to achieve a larger heavier crop.
This extremely cost effective product will increase the size and density of flowers using powdered phosphorous and potassium. The potassium helps improve the quality of your flowers/fruits and helps with the plants starch production.
RAW Potassium contains 50% Water Soluble Potash derived from potassium sulphate. This is the highest concentration of natural Water Soluble Potassium available to the home gardener. During fruiting and flowering, large amounts of potassium are used by the plant in a matter of days which can lead to potassium deficiencies. RAW Potassium is ideal for boosting Potassium (K) levels, treating deficiencies.
Potassium is an essential element for plant growth, and high levels are required during the fruiting and flowering stage. Although potassium isn’t physically part of any plant tissue, it activates many key enzymes for plant growth and reproduction. Typically, a base grow nutrient has one-and-a-half times more potassium than nitrogen, and a bloom formula has at least twice as much potassium as nitrogen. So if a grower can control the potassium to nitrate ratio of the nutrient formula, it is possible to greatly improve the quality of fruits and flowers.
Massive Bloom is a high performance organically derived flowering cycle nutrient, enhanced with all the necessary micro elements to increase flower size, taste, cell division, health, colour and yield.
Massive Bloom Formulation incorporates naturally occurring gibberellic hormones designed to increase internodal spacing allowing more room for the flower to mature and swell to their full potential. After the spacing of the internodes or when flower sites have been established, the components in Massive Bloom Formulation work aggressively to produce and transport vital fluids and cell building materials to the flower sites creating truly massive stacked flower clusters full of aromatic essential oils. Massive Bloom Formulation couples the naturally occurring gibberellic hormones with the scientifically proven plant steroid triacontanol that increases the rate of photosynthesis and CO2 utilisation.
When adding CO2 to your grow room, the flowering stage is the most important. Adding CO2 to your grow room, especially in the first 2-3 weeks of flowering, can kick start flower production and boost flower size significantly. Use Exhale CO2 bags to naturally provide your plants the extra CO2 they can thrive on. The power lies in the mycelial mass inside the vented cultivator. This mycelial mass cultivates carbon dioxide and the one-way breather patch releases CO2 continually for up to 6 months.
They work through photosynthesis, carbon dioxide and water are converted into carbohydrates and oxygen by the action of chlorophyll in the chloroplasts of the plant. Plants growing indoors under artificial light often lack enough CO2 to efficiently photo-synthesise. When plants are able to maximise the process of photosynthesis, the result is larger plants with larger yields.
During the transition from grow to bloom, a great deal of energy is diverted to flower production. So extra phosphorus helps promote the development of additional flowering sites, especially during the early stages of flower production. During heavy fruit and flower production, the plants continue to need higher levels of phosphorus to help provide energy for the developing fruit, but higher levels of potassium are also important for increased carbohydrate metabolism. Generally speaking, phosphorus and potassium are both important during the fruiting and flowering stage, but increased phosphorus is particularly beneficial during the early generative stage, while increased potassium is particularly beneficial during the final stages of fruit and flower production.
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