Peakboost along with its sibling product Finaleboost makes up the Aptus flower development and bulking solution. Perhaps the most noticeable implementation of the Third Pillar of Aptus Philosophy: Mineral Antagonism, Peakboost moves the vast majority of phosphorous used during the bloom cycle solely into one product. With this formulation, Aptus has allowed for absolute control of heightened phosphorus application throughout the specific phases of a plant’s growth cycle.
The specific application of plant-available phosphorous allows for optimal health by removing the negative antagonistic effects of less effective commercial bulk products containing high amounts of both phosphorus and potassium. With Aptus Peakboost, you will see the difference in your final harvest by having optimal plant-available phosphorous with the elements usually antagonized away including zinc, iron, and copper fully present.
On top of allowing for specific phosphorous application in consideration of your plant genetics, stage in the growth cycle, or desired flower set behavior, the phosphorous in Aptus Peakboost is chelated into an organo-mineral product. With the addition of L-amino acids, the phosphorous has eyes only for the plants’ roots and has a much smaller chance of being affected by outside factors.
Why use Peakboost?
- Provides high levels of natural bioavailable phosphorus during the early generative and bloom stages
- Minimises antagonism and lockout of phosphorus with other nutrients
- Powerful stimulating effect on the blooming process
- 100% water soluble and organo-mineral leaving no residue
Directions for use:
- Use during weeks 2-6 during flowering at 6-16 ml per 5 gallons. Do not use during weeks 7 and 8 of flowering
- To stave off purple stems in veg, feed at 1 ml per gallon with the Aptus vegetative feeding chart if needed.
Tips From the Field
- Gradually increase PeakBoost dosage throughout the bloom cycle until your flowers are well set and ready for bulking. It is ok to start Finaleboost transition early on plants with longer maturation periods.