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Maximize Your Yields with Our Simple Potassium Additive

Horti rawK boosts your final crop in the last weeks of flower

After harvesting your final product, has there ever been a time when you thought they would weigh more than they did? You have high-quality buds, but the weight just wasn’t there. Maybe you were expecting a denser flower with more mass.

In your garden, there can be environmental factors that result in airy flowers. If the temperature around the top of your grow’s canopy is too hot, your flowers are going to loosen up resulting in an airy final product. Growers will also find that excessive levels of CO2 and hormone application can cause your yield to miss the mark on the final weight they are after.

But if you have mastered your garden environment, you are growing a healthy strain, and you have the rest of your nutrient program dialled in, you are ready to add a nutrient supplement like Horti rawK. This is a 0-0-62 powder nutrient, delivering solely potassium (K) to your plant in late flower. When you mix Horti rawK according to the directions, without adding any other nutrients, you can end up with a feeding solution as high as 1400 PPM of straight potassium (K). Even after one application, you will see an increase in the weight of your buds.

In 20 years of doing this, I have never seen 1400 PPM of K applied to a plant. Now that we’ve been doing it, we’re seeing great results. My clients come to me and they say, ‘That works.’

David Robinson, The Garden Sage, Author of the Grower’s Handbook

What is Horti rawK?

Horti rawK is our highly-concentrated potassium supplement used in the last weeks of flower. This dry fertilizer is a specially formulated blend of potassium that is used separately from your regular feeding program. Using Horti rawK in your grow will maximize weight and bulk flowers during the bloom stage for a final crop full of dense buds.

The power of potassium (K)

Horti rawK is a one of a kind dry fertilizer that delivers a large dose of potassium (K) during heavy fruiting and flowering. This is completely unique from any other GreenPlanet Nutrients product we offer. Plants that are lacking in potassium during the later stages of bloom run the risk of producing airy and loose flowers. By introducing a 0-0-62 straight potassium formula to your plants, Horti rawK ensures you get the maximum weight out of your flowers when it comes time to harvest your crop.

The results of Horti rawK comes from the key role potassium plays in the development of flowering plants. Potassium is responsible for sugar production and the plant’s ability to store the energy it needs for healthy and vigorous flower development. It will also increase the strength of the plant at a cellular level to promote the production of sturdy stems that support large flower sites. These benefits of potassium make Horti rawK a must use for cultivators looking to get the most out of their buds.

How do I use Horti rawK in my grow?

Depending on your grow medium and grow system, there are 2 different ways to apply Horti rawK:

Soil/Soilless/Coco Application: Use 1-2 grams per 1 litre (4-8 grams per 1 gallon) of water once a week. Use only in the last 3 weeks of flower, allowing at least one week for flush. Do not mix Horti rawK with any other nutrients, mix with water only.

Hydroponic Application: Flush your nutrient reservoir of the existing nutrient solution. Add 1-2 grams per 1 litre (4-8 grams per 1 gallon) of water. Circulate in your system for up to 48 hours. Flush and then replace it with fresh nutrient solution, then repeat the following week. Use only in the last 3 weeks of flower, allowing at least one week for flush. Do not mix Horti rawK with any other nutrients, mix with water only.

If you are a grower with your environment dialled in, plants are in good health, and looking for a simple product that guarantees your plants will produce buds with maximum weight, Horti rawK is the supplement you have been looking for.

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The Power of Carbohydrates in the Garden

If you’ve been in the industry long, you’ve probably had your share of interesting conversations centred around ways to increase the output of your garden. To be fair, many of these conversations are brought forth by people, who, given their experience in the trade, can offer advice with a certain amount of validity. There are others, however, who offer not-so convincing ideas on the subject of yield increase.

One of the most commonly heard ideas about increasing the overall yield of a garden is the act of enriching your medium with a carbohydrate, or sugary substance. Being that simple sugars are found in abundant quantities throughout our daily life, for example, in soda, the not-so convincing “experts” recommend enriching your garden with sugary, carbonated drinks like cola, orange or grape soda. It’s argued that not only does the high sugar content boost your plant’s metabolism, but the flavour profile extracted from the soda can leach into the end product of your flower. This claim, however, has not been evidenced.

So, while it may be appropriate to utilize the sugars found in some household products, like blackstrap molasses, using soda in your scheduled feeding program is not recommended. These drinks, most notably, varieties of cola, are highly carbonated and are known for their ability to neutralize bacteria. Being that the whole point of introducing a source of carbs to your feeding program is to cultivate and sustain living microorganisms, using soda as a source of sugar seems counterproductive to the initial premise of increasing the maximum yield of a garden.

Carbs give your plants energy without making them work for it.

– The Garden Sage, Author of “The Grower’s Handbook

With this in mind, there are other efficient and economical sources of carbohydrates that are specifically formulated for use in the production of food and flowers. By adding a quality source of sugars to your regular fertilizing program, gardeners can typically expect the increased activity of living bacteria and fungi, which can ultimately lead to the essential uptake of nutrients, and the faster movement of fluid and fertilizer throughout the plant system. The passages below will dive deeper into the subject of the power of carbs in the root-zone. 

Key Benefits of Carbohydrates

Unlike the mention of soda before, which contains simple processed sugars (among other possibly harmful additives), a clean, quality-focused carbohydrate supplement like our Liquid Weight or Karbo Boost, contains an array of simple sugars like dextrose, sucrose and fructose. Following this, there are essentially two improvements you can expect from adding a rich source of carbohydrates into your scheduled feeding program: an increase in microbe activity and a higher rate of nutrient and fluid uptake. 

Promote an active root zone for your plants with beneficial bacteria and carbohydrates as a food source.

Increased Microbe Activity

To encourage the rapid growth of healthy bacteria, fungi and protozoa in your root zone, pairing your regular feeding program with a sugary carbohydrate supplement will help to speed up the growth rate of beneficial microbes. Plants spend an amazing amount of energy-releasing complex sugars like cellulose into the root-zone; so, by supplementing your plant’s expenditures with additional carbs, you can be sure the beneficial microbes in your soil will be plentifully fed, which in turn will support the cultivation and growth of your living medium. Furthermore, this action of supplementing carbohydrates will allow your plant to focus its energy on producing the rest of its anatomy throughout its lifecycle.

Increased Nutrient and Fluid Uptake

This expected result pairs hand in hand with the formerly discussed increase in microbe activity. Because of the increase and growth of living organisms in the root-zone, available elements like nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, along with a host of other micronutrients, are broken down at an accelerated pace. This point also indicates an increase in the uptake of fluids due to the plant’s active metabolism, which, if maintained, can produce a faster-growing, healthier plant overall

Liquid Carbohydrate Additive: Liquid Weight

Liquid Weight is a liquid additive nutrient used in the flowering stage of the plant cycle. It provides a blend of simple carbohydrates to support the beneficial microbial life in the root zone. Introducing carbohydrates via the root zone will benefit microbes that expand the root zone’s ability to absorb nutrients and other vital fluids.

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Beneficial microbes do this by bonding with the plant’s roots to break down larger elements into simple chemical components that are easier for the plant to uptake and absorb. This translates to increased yields in both mass and quality. Liquid Weight is a must use additive in all our liquid nutrient programs.

Dry Carbohydrate Additive: Karbo Boost

Karbo Boost is a dry additive nutrient used in the flowering stage of the plant cycle. This formula uses naturally occurring carbohydrates to ensure your plants are getting an added clean source of energy to support heavy fruiting. An added source of carbohydrates is important during the flowering stage to ensure microbes can help your plants uptake the nutrients they need to produce a healthy and aromatic crop.

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These microorganisms can help break down larger elements into simple chemical components that are easier for your plant to uptake and absorb. Healthy microbial life in the rhizosphere not only helps mobilize nutrients but also benefits water and oxygen absorption in the root zone for faster and stronger growth. Add Karbo Boost alongside your favourite nutrient program.

Beneficial Bacteria Additive: Root Builder

Root Builder is a liquid additive nutrient used in the vegetative and flowering stage of the plant cycle. Our formula introduces two key forms of beneficial bacteria to your grow medium: Bacillus licheniformis and Bacillus subtilis. Bacillus licheniformis will help break down elements so your plant can use its energy on other important plant functions, such as producing big, beautiful flowers.

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Bacillus subtilis is an extremely strong beneficial bacteria that focuses on boosting natural defences. It will also produce molecules called iturins that will target harmful microorganisms in the rhizosphere and eliminate them. Together, these organisms perform as a microbial soil amendment, which improves the conversion of organic and inorganic fertilizers into plant-available forms for more efficient nutrient uptake. 

Ready for the Carbohydrate Advantage?

Consider adding any of the supplements above to your grow for a high-quality source of carbohydrates. Compared to adding a sugary carbonated alternative, these formulas ensure any microbes receive a full range of sugars, letting your plants focus on developing a frosty final crop.

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Finding your CoA

At GreenPlanet Nutrients, we believe in making your lives easier and that’s why we have our Certificate of Analysis on our website. To find your CoA, you’ll need to locate the batch/product code which is attached to every product. This batch product code will help locate the CoA associated to that GreenPlanet Nutrient product.

NOTE: We do not produce COA's for Non-fertilizer products. For example PH Up and PH Down

Understanding and finding your batch/product code. 

In this video, we’ve given you an example of how to locate your batch/product code. Some of our bottles have them printed on the back of the bottle or placed on with a sticker.

Example #1

Example: 12170318 is (Product – 12)(Batch – 17)(Month – 03)(Year – 18)

Example #2:

The above batch code is 21460620 (Product Code – 21)(Batch Code – 46)(Month Created – 06)(Year Created – 20)

Now that you have the batch/product code, please head over to our CoA finder. You can input the batch code into this section to retrieve the CoA associated with that product. We’ve password-protected this area and if you would like access to it, please contact us or your sales rep.

If you’re struggling or need some help please contact your sales rep for more information and support

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Increase the weight of your harvest with Dense

Avoid loose and airy buds when using Dense in your garden

Have you ever had big, beautiful flowers after harvest, but when it came time to weight them, it wasn’t what you were expecting from your yields? You were ready for your best harvest to date with big buds, but they are not as hard and dense as you wanted them to be.

In your garden, there can be environmental factors that result in airy flowers. If the temperature around the top of your grow’s canopy is too hot, your flowers are going to loosen up resulting in an airy final product. Growers will also find that excessive levels of CO2 and hormone application can cause your yield to miss the mark on the final weight they are after.

But if you have mastered your garden environment, you are growing a healthy strain, and you have the rest of your nutrient program dialled in, you are ready to add a nutrient supplement like Dense. This is a 0-0-62 powder nutrient, delivering solely potassium (K) to your plant in late flower. When you mix Dense according to the directions, without adding any other nutrients, you can end up with a feeding solution as high as 1400 PPM of straight potassium (K). Even after one application, you will see an increase in the weight of your buds.

Avoid loose and airy buds when using Dense in your garden

Have you ever had big, beautiful flowers after harvest, but when it came time to weight them, it wasn’t what you were expecting from your yields? You were ready for your best harvest to date with big buds, but they are not as hard and dense as you wanted them to be.

In your garden, there can be environmental factors that result in airy flowers. If the temperature around the top of your grow’s canopy is too hot, your flowers are going to loosen up resulting in an airy final product. Growers will also find that excessive levels of CO2 and hormone application can cause your yield to miss the mark on the final weight they are after.

But if you have mastered your garden environment, you are growing a healthy strain, and you have the rest of your nutrient program dialled in, you are ready to add a nutrient supplement like Dense. This is a 0-0-62 powder nutrient, delivering solely potassium (K) to your plant in late flower. When you mix Dense according to the directions, without adding any other nutrients, you can end up with a feeding solution as high as 1400 PPM of straight potassium (K). Even after one application, you will see an increase in the weight of your buds.

In 20 years of doing this, I have never seen 1400 PPM of K applied to a plant. Now that we’ve been doing it, we’re seeing great results. My clients come to me and they say, ‘That works.’

David Robinson, The Garden Sage, Author of the Grower’s Handbook

What is Dense?

Dense is our highly-concentrated potassium supplement used in the last weeks of flower. This dry fertilizer is a specially formulated blend of potassium that is used separately from your regular feeding program. Using Dense in your grow will maximize weight and bulk flowers during the bloom stage for a final crop full of dense buds.

A dry powdered nutrient used throughout the flowering stages
Can be used in these growing techniques

The power of potassium (K)

Dense is a one of a kind dry fertilizer that delivers a large dose of potassium (K) during heavy fruiting and flowering. This is completely unique from any other GreenPlanet Nutrients product we offer. Plants that are lacking in potassium during the later stages of bloom run the risk of producing airy and loose flowers. By introducing a 0-0-62 straight potassium formula to your plants, Dense ensures you get the maximum weight out of your flowers when it comes time to harvest your crop.

The results of Dense comes from the key role potassium plays in the development of flowering plants. Potassium is responsible for sugar production and the plant’s ability to store the energy it needs for healthy and vigorous flower development. It will also increase the strength of the plant at a cellular level to promote the production of sturdy stems that support large flower sites. These benefits of potassium make Dense a must use for cultivators looking to get the most out of their buds.

How do I use Dense in my grow?

Depending on your grow medium and grow system, there are 2 different ways to apply Dense:

Soil/Soilless/Coco Application: Use 1-2 grams per 1 litre (4-8 grams per 1 gallon) of water once a week. Use only in the last 3 weeks of flower, allowing at least one week for flush. Do not mix Dense with any other nutrients, mix with water only.


Hydroponic Application: Flush your nutrient reservoir of the existing nutrient solution. Add 1-2 grams per 1 litre (4-8 grams per 1 gallon) of water. Circulate in your system for up to 48 hours. Flush and then replace it with fresh nutrient solution, then repeat the following week. Use only in the last 3 weeks of flower, allowing at least one week for flush. Do not mix Dense with any other nutrients, mix with water only.

If you are a grower with your environment dialed in, plants are in good health and looking for a simple product that guarantees your plants will produce buds with maximum weight, Dense is the supplement you have been looking for.

Check out our Resource Center for more product information

Click here to use our Nutrient Calculator

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Choosing the right plant nutrients with our simple icon guide

If you’re new to gardening, you are probably overwhelmed by the choices of plant nutrients. You might have questions about the nutrients you’re using. “What are base nutrients?”, “Is it mandatory to use additive nutrients?”, “How can I alter my pH?”, or “What is the best nutrient system for me?” As a more experienced grower, you just want to know what you’re buying.

Quick Video Explainer of our icons

Being growers ourselves, we get you. We know how hard it can be to find the right products for your growing situation. With our icon system, GreenPlanet Nutrients has made it super simple for you to figure out what you need.


OUR PRODUCTS

GreenPlanet Nutrients includes many types of fertilizers in our lineup, including dry and liquid fertilizers. These fertilizers include base nutrients, additive nutrients and maintenance products. Whether it’s to provide a base level of nutrition, increase resin and aroma in flowers, and maintain your growing environment, each fertilizer is designed to optimize performance

GreenPlanet Nutrients has a product for you, no matter your style. We’re passionate about formulating the best, cleanest, and most highly bioavailable nutrients on the market. High quality nutes = happy and healthy plants.

You can learn about all our products by checking out our shop or reading our online nutrient booklet:


Fertilizer Type

Dry Fertilizer

This icon symbolizes dry fertilizer.

If you’re a “leave it and forget it” type of person, dry fertilizers are for you. Dry plant fertilizers consist of small beads or pellets that release nutrients into the soil. They also allow you to feed less often apart from watering. 

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Dry fertilizers are excellent for potted plants and garden beds, as well as
large-scale outdoor grow operations such as farms.

Outdoors, potted plants, flower beds, and large-scale outdoor farms are ideal growing situations for using dry fertilizer. GreenPlant Nutrients’ Dry powder fertilizers and granular fertilizers come in base nutrients such as BackCountry Blend, and additive nutrients such as Horti rawK.

It is important to note that dry plant nutrients can cause nutrient toxicity and burning if used too often. In some cases, it is better to use less fertilizer, as warm and wet climates will accelerate nutrient release into the soil. Follow the recommended feed program and adjust your nutes to your climate to avoid this undesirable situation!

Liquid Fertilizer

This icon symbolizes liquid fertilizer.

If you’re all about indoor growing and hydroponics, liquid fertilizers are probably your go-to type of plant nutrient.

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Measuring liquid fertilizer for a hydroponic system.
Liquid fertilizers are useful for most types of farming.

Liquid fertilizers have the most variety out of all our products, and are useful in all styles of gardening. GreenPlant Nutrients’ liquid fertilizers come in base nutrients such as GP3 and additive nutrients such as Massive Bloom Formulation.

Under no circumstances should you pour liquid nutrients directly from the bottle into your garden! Liquid nutrients are highly concentrated. Always mix your solution first.

Please check our feed programs to see how you can use our vast array of liquid plant nutrients.


Nutrient Type

Base Nutrients

This icon symbolizes base nutrient

NPK stands for nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.
NPK stands for Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), and Potassium (K).
Click here to read our Blog on what NPK is

Base nutrients are the most essential type of nutrient, as they encompass the foundation of your plant’s diet. Just like your diet consists of three basic food groups, plants have three basic elements they need to survive: Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K).

You’ll notice “NPK numbers” on the front label of most fertilizers. Different stages of plant growth require these elements in varying amounts.

Circled in red are how we show the NPK numbers on our labels.

Base nutrient systems also provide secondary macronutrients like Calcium, Magnesium, and Sulfur. Additionally, base nutrient systems also provide micronutrients, including: Boron, Chlorine, Cobalt, Copper, Iron, Manganese, Molybdenum, Nickel, Sodium, Silicon, and Zinc.

All in all, base nutrients are essential to plant growth, and you really can’t grow without them. As important as it is for you to eat in order to sustain yourself, your plants need to eat too. Although you can’t share a sandwich with your plants, you can give them a good base nutrient program that will supplement their growth.

Additive Nutrients

This icon symbolizes an additive nutrient.

Additive nutrients are performance boosters. They can enhance aroma, resin production, and even the size of blooms, when included in your feed program.

Some additives, like Massive, have PPM (parts per million) which is indicated by NPK numbers on the front label. To avoid overfeeding, you need to adjust your base nutrient system to keep your PPM in the ideal range.PPM can range anywhere between 100 ppm to 1350 ppm, depending on your base feed program, your style of gardening, and the stage of growth your plants are in.

That said, some additive nutrients do not have PPM. This is indicated by a lack of NPK on the front label. Rezin can be added on top of your base feed program. No need to adjust anything!

Whether you want bigger flowers or sweeter fruit, or just better vegetative growth, add some additive nutrients to your feed program. You’ll thank your plants, and they’ll thank you. Hey, maybe even your wallet will, too!

Maintenance Products

This icon symbolizes a maintenance product.

If you know someone who is high maintenance, chances are they and your plants might have a lot in common. Maintenance products maintain a certain aspect of your garden, and help you help your plants.

Things can go very wrong very fast if you don’t maintain your garden. The wrong pH, for example, can prevent ideal nutrient uptake, destroy root systems, and can even harm–or in the worst case scenario–kill your crop. For instance, if your plants prefer a higher pH, you can maintain an alkaline pH with pH Up. If you want the reverse, pH down will make your solution more acidic.

In conclusion, it is essential your plants have the right environment to grow. As refreshed as you might feel after a nice massage, your plants will also be happy after some maintenance. Maybe some music will help too. Hey, it’s science.


Like all living organisms, plants have life cycles. Their life cycles happen in three stages: seedling (or cutting), vegetative, flowering, and in some cases fruiting. 

A plant’s stages of growth have different requirements. For instance, indoor gardens need different lighting and nutrients for grow and bloom cycles. GreenPlanet Nutrients formulates fertilizers tailored to two specific growth stages: vegetative and flowering.

Growth Stage

Vegetative Stage

This icon indicates this product is formulated for use during the vegetative stage of growth.

Tomato plants during the vegetative stage of growth.

The first stage of growth is the vegetative stage, which includes seedlings/cuttings and vegetative growth up to the start of pre-flower.

GreenPlanet Nutrients Hydro Fuel is our 4-Part feed program dedicated to these each growth stage. Hydro Fuel Grow is excellent at providing your plants with ideal vegetative growth! Additionally, adding Vitathrive and Root Builder to your vegetative feed program further supports plant development.

Vegetative growth builds the foundation to support flowers. Good and healthy vegetative growth is incredibly important in bloom production. Poor vegetative growth will result in smaller and fewer flowers.

In the event you’re growing to harvest leafy vegetables (or you’re growing a mother plant to use for cuttings), vegetative growth is equally important. Although vegetative plants will not bear flowers or fruits, you still want loads of growth. The larger your plant, the more you can harvest (or cut for clones!).

But, no matter what your goal is, having healthy and vigorous plant growth in the vegetative stage sets your plants up for success. The bigger your plants, the more weight they can bear. Bigger weight = bigger harvest.

Flowering Stage

This icon indicates this product is formulated for the flowering stage of growth, including fruiting.

Tomato plant with flowers and developing fruits.

The second stage of growth is the flowering stage, which involves pre-flower, flowering, and fruiting in some plant varieties.

Flowering is the reproductive stage of growth. Plants are more concerned about reproducing and less concerned about developing their vegetation. Due to this fact, base nutrients designed for flower have lower levels of Nitrogen and higher levels of Phosphorus and Potassium, which help support bloom development. For example, Hydro Fuel Bloom is the 2nd part of our 4-part feed program, which focuses solely on flower development.

Additive products can boost bloom development even further. In particular, products like PK Spike and Horti rawK boost available phosphorus and potassium to your plants. In fact, P and K help your plants grow denser and larger flowers, so supplementing this in Bloom is often a good idea!

Another key point is if you want more resin production, there are additive nutes that do just that. For instance, you can achieve larger and more aromatic flowers, or sweeter fruits, by including products like Massive and Rezin in your feed program.

Making sure your plants receive optimum support and nutrition throughout all growth stages is crucial in achieving a great harvest. Additives which support your plants throughout every growth stage is an excellent way to accomplish this. Ocean Magic, GPF Uptake or GPH Uptake, Pro Cal and Plant Guard help support your plants throughout their whole lives. Happy, healthy plants result in great yields.


You may be wondering how to use our products, or what kind of feed program is suitable for each product. Thankfully, we have a means of indicating that.

On the back side of our labels, we have icons that show how these products can be used.

For Use In

Hydro

Products with this icon can be used in hydroponic systems.

Hydroponic systems include anything from drip systems, nutrient film technique, water culture/deep water culture, aeroponics, and wick systems.

Coco

Products with this icon are great for use in coco mediums.

Coco mediums are any type of medium that is derived from coconut fibres. 

Soil/Soilless

Products with this icon can be used in soil and soilless mediums.

Soilless mediums include perlite, peat moss, sand, gravel, pebbles, rock wool, vermiculite, rice hulls, sawdust, straw, etc.

Continuous Liquid Feed

Products with this icon are suitable for continuous liquid feed (CLF) programs.

CLF programs provide plants a constant feed of nutrients and recycles nutrient solution continuously. In other words, they are referred to as a “recirculating” system.


Here are a few examples to help you with to use our icon system

EXAMPLES

Base Nutrient Example

Medi One 1-Part Base Nutrient for the Organic Grower

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Medi One is a Liquid Fertilizer and is a Base Nutrient used throughout the Vegetative and Flowering Stages.

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Medi One is used in Continuous Liquid Feed Program, Coco and Soil/Soiless

Additive Nutrient Example

Bud Booster is a dry additive nutrient that helps promote heavy flowering.

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BudBooster is a Dry Fertilizer and is used as an Additive Nutrient throughout the Flowering Stage.

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BudBooster is useable in Continuous Liquid Feed Program, Hydro, Coco and Soil/Soilless

Maintenance Product Example

This is pH Up. pH Up is an alkaline base solution which increases the pH levels of your nutrient solution.

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Ph UP is a Liquid Product and is used as a Maintenance Product throughout the Vegetative and Flowering Stages.

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Ph UP can be used in Hydro, Coco and Soil/Soilless

SUMMARY

Whatever style of growing you decide, we want to help you achieve the best results possible. Our icon system aims to aid you in choosing the right product to suit your individual growing needs. If you need to figure out which feed program is right for you, take a look at our predetermined feed programs:

NUTRIENT CALCULATOR

Don’t forget to use our NUTRIENT CALCULATOR with our feed programs to get the best results.


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