House & Garden Shooting Powder forces your plants into starting a new flowering cycle after the regular cycle has stopped, significantly increasing the fruits’ total weight. The extra yield after applying this product will surprise even the most seasoned grower. Shooting powder creates a new layer on top of the existing fruit! Output increases of up to 20% can be reached this way and are very common. Top Booster acts on the basis of PK13-14 but with the added benefits of Eddha-Fe (iron). The basis of all flowering boosters is a blend of pure potassium and phosphorus. These elements are important for the plant’s flowering process and create superior flowering sites by steering the crop correctly. The EDDHA-FE Iron also helps to prevent chlorosis in flowering crops.
Use Shooting Powder at the end of the flowering period for the last three weeks. Prepare your nutrient container by first adding your base nutrient (e.g Cocos, Hydro, Aqua Flakes or Soil) to the water container. Reduce the strength of your base nutrient when using Shooting Powder. Add Shooting Powder and check pH and EC according to plant stage of growth.
Only use Shooting Powder when your plants are sufficiently healthy as it is a very strong agent. Always adjust the EC value of your base nutrient to 1.2. Do not use Shooting Powder in combination with any other PK booster. Although Shooting Powder/Top Shooter may stimulate incredible plant floral growth and serious yield increase, they contain no harmful PGRs, Synthetic hormones or harmful chemicals.
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Warning: Do not use at the same time as other PK based additives
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