The highly concentrated NUTE PACK is an ideal way to boost your plants ability to do what it does best:grow and flower.
With the proper application, you will see a noticeable difference in growth, yield and overall vigor.
The NUTE PACK is composed of:
-Nitrogen fixers, which convert nitrogen gas in to usable nitrate. Nitrogen fixers also will increase plant growth as they produce vitamins, auxins, and gibberllins. Nitrogen fixers give a boost to seedling germination and overall yield.
-Phosphate solubilizers, which will dissolve fixed tricalcium phosphate in to the usable form monocalcium phosphate. These little guys also produce organic acids (citric acid, lactic acid), hormones, and enzymes which will help in nutrient uptake and general plant vigor.
-Potash mobilizers,that will seek out Potash near the root zone and bring it to the roots of the plant. It is great for low K soil, or coco, since coco is known to “hold” K.
-Mycorrhizae. This product has 125 spore colonies per gram of each of the following endo mycorrhizae:
The NUTE PACK is composed of beneficial microbes and a pharmaceutical grade talc carrier. It may be used 2 ways, mixed with water, or applied directly by incorporating it in to your soil/peat/coco mix. It is important to follow the mixing instructions below.
Mixing instructions for watering in:
- Scoop 1/4 tsp of the NUTE PACK per 1 liter of non chlorinated water.
- Mix well, breaking up all the clumps so that the solution looks nice and cloudy.
- Let the solution settle for 3-5 minutes. The talc carrier will slowly settle to the bottom, but the microbes will stay suspended in the water.
- Pour or scoop the liquid off the top, avoiding the majority of the talc carrier sitting on the bottom. The talc carrier is safe, so don't worry about getting a little on the plants or in the soil. It is best to avoid the majority though because sometimes the talc carrier can clog sprayers and cause soil to drain slowly. When you are done rinse the talc carrier from the mixing vessel.
As a seedling treatment: 3 tsp per Liter of non chlorinated water prior to planting.
For Cuttings: Add 1/4 tsp per Liter of solution prior to placing cutting.
As a drench for rooted plants: 1/4 teaspoon per liter of non chlorinated water.
Instructions for mixing direct (dry): Add 1/4 teaspoon per gallon of mix. Example: 5 gallon pot would get 1 and 1/4 teaspoons mixed in. That's it! Mixing it in dry is best done when transplanting to new containers.
THE NUTE PACK SHOULD BE APPLIED AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE IN THE PLANTS LIFE CYCLE. Two or three applications will be sufficient and should be applied during the growth phase.