Aptus - N-Boost
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Aptus - N-Boost

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A source of high-quality organic nitrogen!

All plants need plenty of nitrogen, especially during the vegetative growth stages, and by using N-Boost in your nutrient solution you’re giving your plants the best source of nitrogen available in organic form.

  • N-Boost – high quality nutrient from Aptus
  • Fully water soluble and leaves no residue
  • Purely organic product that stands out for bioactivity of growth promoting substances
  • Improves growth productivity and sugar content
  • Promotes solid, compact growth
  • Increases resistance to pests and diseases in any medium   

Aptus N-Boost Contains:  

N-Boost is available in 3 different sizes: 150ml, 500ml, 1litre

How Aptus N-Boost Works:

Aptus N-Boost not only contains high quality nitrogen, it also contains L-amino acids that are required for the vegetative stage for superior growth potential. Because of this, Aptus N-Boost improves the growth productivity and sugar content of your vegging plants, giving them everything needed prior to flowering.

As well as providing growth, biostimulation and boosting bacteria populations, N-Boost also stimulates your soil or medium being used. It can also be used in drip systems to prevent clogging, as it leaves no residue behind.

By using Aptus N-Boost you’re giving your plants the best possible start in life so they can grow, as well as supporting a healthy and abundant crop, along with aiding resistance to crop damage and lowering the risk of blockage.

Using Aptus N-Boost:

Use N-Boost throughout your growth phase by mixing 3ml to 5ml into 10 litres of water. While N-Boost is fully soluble and won’t leave any residue, make sure to always shake well before use. Use with every feed during the vegetative stage.

Aptus N-Boost should be used to replace Aptus Startbooster - do not use these two products together, as nitrogen levels in the nutrition schedule can get too high, which could result in nutrient burning of the leaves or overdose.

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