Plant Magic Boosting Powder - 65 Gram Sachet

Plant Magic Boosting Powder - 65 Gram Sachet

SKU: 150430
£6.95
Plant Magic Boosting Powder - 65 Gram Sachet

Missing H&G's Shooting Powder Already? Here's the Answer!

Boosting Powder makes a great substitute for House & Garden Shooting Powder, which is sadly not currently available. This flowering stimulator is formulated for use in the final 3 weeks. Boosting Powder is a real yield-bomb!

  • Created by a Plant Magic - Great British legends
  • Forces a new layer of growth to your crop
  • Adds weight and density to harvest
  • Will not compromise quality or aroma

Contains:

1 x 65 gram sachet of Plant Magic Boosting Powder

How Plant Magic Boosting Powder Works:

Boosting Powder is a strong booster for use in the final 3-weeks before harvest. Boosting Powder contains a special formulation of Phosphorous and Potassium (PK) which causes the plant to grow a new layer of growth over existing fruit when normally the plant is into its maturation stage. Boosting Powder also adds weight and density to the existing fruit without causing any degradation in quality or aroma.

How to use Plant Magic Boosting Powder

Boosting Powder can be used in exactly the same way as H&G's Shooting Powder.

Boosting Powder demands a lot from your plants so it should only be used on plants in peak health which are being grown in optimum conditions of heat, light and CO2. Boosting Powder should only be used in the last 3 weeks flowering. In the first week of the last 3 weeks of flowering, reduce the E.C. of your base nutrient to 1.2 and then add Boosting Powder at a rate of 0.65gm/Litre (1 sachet for a 100 Litre tank). Adjust pH as normal. For the last 2 weeks of flowering, again use a base nutrient solution with an E.C. of 1.2 but add Boosting Powder at a rate of 1.3gm/Litre (2 sachets for a 100 Litre tank) and then adjust pH to the required level. It is not advisable to use any other additives or boosters with any NPK value (such as PK 13/14) while using Boosting Powder as this may lead to over-fertilisation.

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