Maxsea Bloom 50lb (3-20-20)
Bloom Plant Food
Maxsea 3-20-20 Bloom Plant Food is especially formulated to improve flowering, bud set, bud count, blossom quality, quantity and size on all flowering plants, as well as promoting abundant fruit and vegetable yields. From roses to tomatoes, this blend boosts your bounty.
Use Maxsea Bloom when flowering plants are beginning to set buds and continue to use throughout the blooming period for outstanding blossoms and abundant fruit and vegetables. For perennials, resume a regular feeding program with Maxsea All Purpose when flowering has finished.
Maxsea Bloom may be combined in varying ratios with Maxsea All Purpose or Maxsea Acid to create an endless number of formulas. A 50/50 ratio with Maxsea All Purpose will create an approximate 10-20-20 formula. This is a favorite with prize winning rose growers and our favorite for mid-season use in the vegetable garden. A 50/50 ratio with Maxsea Acid is an extremely effective way to boost flowering and fruit on acid loving plants.
This special Maxsea formula is comprised of primary plant foods nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. A full spectrum of important secondary elements and micronutrients provide sulfur, boron, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum and zinc. The seaweed granules in Maxsea contain over 60 recognized elements all found to be beneficial to plants. All components are in a concentrated water-soluble form that goes to work immediately for fast acting immediate results
At Maxsea, we manufacture 3 basic formulas and together they are all you’ll ever need for any kind of plant. Maxsea soluble seaweed plant foods come in convenient recyclable, resealable containers, in 24 oz., 6lb. and 20 lb. sizes.
MAXSEA PLANT FOODS are an excellent choice for foliar or root feeding, as well as for use in hydroponic systems. They are easy to apply using hose-end applicators, drip systems or fertilizer injectors . . . or simply by using a gardener’s watering can. One tablespoon of Maxsea yields one gallon of plant food.
BASIC INSTRUCTIONS: Dissolve one heaping tablespoon per gallon of water.
|TYPE OF PLANT||APPLICATION RATE|
|Outdoor Containers||Intermittent feeding: 1 heaping tbs. per gal. every 7–14 days. |
Constant feeding: 1 level tsp. per gal. every watering.
Apply enough solution to cause drainage from container.
|Indoor Containers||Intermittent feeding: 2 level tsp. per gallon every 7–14 days. |
Constant feeding: ½ level tsp. per gal. every watering.
|Roses, Flowers, Herbs, |
Tomatoes & Vegetables
|1 heaping tbs. per gal. every 7–14 days. |
Apply approximately ½ gal. per plant or 1 gal. per 6 sq. ft.
|Shrubs, Vines, |
Citrus & Trees
|1 heaping tbs. per gal. every 2–4 weeks. |
Apply approximately 1 gal. per 6 sq. ft.
To foliar feed your entire yard, use a convenient hose end sprayer, fertilizer injector or add to an irrigation only storage tank.
|APPLICATOR||INTERMITTENT FEEDING||CONSTANT FEEDING|
|Injectors 1:16||1-⅓ cups (8 oz. by weight) per gal.||⅓ cup (2 oz. by weight) per gal.|
|Injectors 1:100||8 cups (48 oz. by weight) per gal.||2 cups (12 oz. by weight) per gal.|
|Hose-end Sprayers||1 cup (6 oz. by weight) add water to make 1 pint of concentrate |
set dial to 1 tbs. per gal.
|1 cup (6 oz. by weight) add water to make 1 pint of concentrate |
set dial to 1 tsp. per gal.
|Irrigation Tanks: |
per 100 gallons
|8 cups (48 oz. by weight)||2 cups (12 oz. by weight)|
Be sure soil is moist before applying Maxsea; never apply any fertilizer to dry plants. Keep out of the reach of children and away from pets. Always follow label instructions. Buyer assumes all responsibility for safety and use not in accordance with directions.