Intensify fragrance and flavor in your plants with Honey Chome, a resin and aroma enricher from Emerald Harvest. Designed to enrich your valuable crops with a robust bouquet and plenty of resins during the flowering phase. This rich formulation is fortified with a boost of all three primary macroelements: nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium with an NPK of 0.5-0.5-1. The extra N, P and K in the bottle encourage crop potency and productivity for vigorous growth and fruiting. Honey Chome also contains carbohydrates derived from natural, Earth-friendly sources such as palm sugar and agave nectar. A reserve of energy and sweetness in the upper plant, carbohydrates also nourish beneficial microbes in the root zone. Microbial inoculants, in turn, assist your plants in plumping up root mass, resulting in greater nutrient uptake for more satisfyingly abundant growth and flowering.
Honey Chome enhances what your customers want most—fragrance, flavor, color and potency—imparting a robust bouquet and plenty of resins to flowers.
Honey Chome blends sucrose and monosaccharides in just the right amounts to sustain a thriving rhizomicrobial ecosystem and enhance crop quality.
Potent, attractive buds
Boosts terpenes and resins and increases flavonoid production.
Contains sugars derived from nature and no artificial ingredients.
Food for bennies
Nourishes beneficial microbes that defend and plump up the roots.
Provides all-natural sources of instant energy right to the roots.
Your crops won’t object to traces amounts of N, P, K and Mg.
Formulated not to clog lines or gum up the reservoir.
|Seedlings & Cuttings||Transplants||Early Veg||Late Veg||Week 1||Week 2|
|4 mL/Gal||4 mL/Gal||4 mL/Gal||8 mL/Gal|
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|8 mL/Gal||8 mL/Gal||8 mL/Gal||8 mL/Gal||8 mL/Gal||6 mL/Gal||6 mL/Gal|
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