Top Booster is the REAL PK 13/14 for serious floral production! Using premium mineral phosphorus and potassium (plus added EDDHA – FE Iron) to encourage the plant into a final stage of reproductive growth. Top booster encourages autumn hormones (ethylene) to reinforce the plants biological response to a changing light environment. Top Booster PK 13/14 is generally only used for 1 week in the middle of the reproductive stage. With this floral trigger and reinforcement of the flowering process, the plant will form larger flowers and fruits and encourage faster, higher quality yields. 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.
Top Booster also incorporates a specific form of EddhaFe (Iron) as this reduces chlorosis in leaves and triggers the production of autumn hormones, namely ethylene, to promote additional floral development and to regulating the ripening of fruit.
Use in Last 5 Weeks
Use Top Booster four weeks before harvest. Prepare your nutrient container by first adding your base nutrient (e.g Cocos, Hydro, Aqua Flakes or Soil) to the water container. Add H&G Additives (including Top Booster) and adjust pH and EC according to stage of plant growth.
Warning: Do NOT use at the same time as other PK based additives
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