Green House Feeding BIOBLOOMCode: 20660/125
Product detailed description
BioBloom NPK: 4-9-9
BioBloom is an "ALL - IN - ONE" organic fertilizer in powder form, created especially for the flowering phase of all plants. All essential nutrients are mediated by natural minerals and organic raw materials. BioBloom is suitable for organic farming. Natural minerals are immediately available to plants and organic nutrients are released slowly and gradually after microorganisms are broken down in the soil. The beneficial fungi and bacteria in BioBloom improve the microbial activity in the substrate by supplying the components that make up humus.
18% (C) Organic carbon
4% (N) Total nitrogen
4% (N) Organic nitrogen
9% (P2O5) Water-soluble phosphorus pentoxide and neutral ammonium citrate
9% (K2O) Water-soluble potassium oxide
8% (CaO) Calcium oxide
4% (MgO) Magnesium oxide
18% (SO3) Sulfur oxide
31% Organic matter from bone meal, malt sprouts, horn, feather meal, vinassa, rapeseed meal
- Phosphorus provides energy to the plant to maintain stable growth. Symptoms of phosphorus deficiency are manifested by stunted growth and bluish green leaves. As with nitrogen, the deficit first appears on older leaves, suggesting that phosphorus is also a mobile element and is moving where it is most needed.
- Mycelium may appear on the surface of the substrate. This improves the microbial life inside the substrate and does not harm humans, animals or plants. Fungi are a major factor in the decomposition of organic matter, such as simple sugars, amino acids, etc., and also dissolve minerals that are not initially available to plants.
HOW TO USE IT:
BioBloom needs to be mixed into the substrate or applied by dusting on top of the substrate. It can be used in soil, coconut or similar substrates. Nutrients are constantly released for 8 weeks. If the growth phase is less than 8 weeks or the substrate is pre-fertilized, the dosage may be reduced.
Use half the dosage for seedlings and young plants (2-3 weeks old).
If the growth phase is longer, top-up is required (by sprinkling on top of the substrate).
For plants with a flowering period of 8 weeks: 1st week 3 - 5g per 1l of substrate
For plants with a flowering period of 10 weeks: 1st week 3 - 5g per 1l of substrate, in the 3rd week of flowering add 1 - 2g per 1l of substrate
For plants with a flowering period of 12 weeks: 1st week 3 - 5g per 1l of substrate, in the 5th week of flowering add 1 - 2g per 1l