Flower Power Start Fertilizer

$99.00

Jump start your seedlings and clones safely!

Flower Power Start Fertilizer contains all of the essential micro elements that your plants need.

Blended with a balance of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium from natural sources, these formulas also include beneficial probiotics and mycorrhizae that will take your plants from infancy to healthy, vigorous maturity.

A healthy start is important. You can be ensured that the rest of development will go as planned with a great start .

Flower Power Start Fertilizer is an enriched NPK fertilizer, especially for the starting stage of development and growth.

Starter fertilizers are most beneficial when crops are planted into cold, moist soils in early spring or late fall, regardless of soil fertility. Using a starter is especially important in conservation tillage systems. Crops planted in late spring or early fall generally do not require a starter fertilizer unless soil fertility levels are low.

Use a small amount of fertilizer and apply it near the seed to meet the demands of the seedling for readily available nutrients until the plant's root system develops. They also enhance the development of the emerging seedling.

Nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) are the key nutrient components in a starter fertilizer. Phosphorus is nonmobile in the soil, thus, undeveloped seedling roots have difficulty obtaining the necessary amounts for proper growth. Also, phosphorus promotes vigorous root growth.

High phosphorus (P) content. NPK 11 - 40 - 13.

Flower Power Start Fertilizer is suitable for any grow medium like soil and hydroponics.

Ideal for cloning and propagation.

Dosage

Gradually build up from EC 1.0 to 1.3; dissolve about 0,5 to 0,75 gram in 1 liter tap water (20ºC).

Stir well and if necessary adjust to the optimum pH value 5.8 to 6.5. An easy way to start your grow cycle.

Click here to download the feeding schedule for soil

Click here to download the feeding schedule for hydro

 

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