The addition of Blossom Blood to a nutrient reservoir during the flowering stage of a plant will promote fuller buds and flowers utilizing selective pH control.
Developed for stabilization and floral production in hydroponic applications, Blossom Blood may also be used in soilless growing mediums. Blossom Blood is a specific type of pH buffer salt. It is not a plant food. It is a compatible with all quality nutrients. Complete instructions are on each package for use in hydroponics and soilless growing mix.
There are other look alike products in the market that can be mistakenly sold and used. Remember if the package lists an NPK value on the label, you are buying a plant food...not Blossom Blood.
How to Use Blossom Blood
Directions are for maximum strength. We recommend using 1/2 the amount of Blossom Blood to start with. Response varies with different plant types.
Add Blossom Blood directly to your reservoir when flower buds appear well established. Repeat the process once more in 2 weeks or next nutrient change. For every 10 litres of growing solution in your reservoir mix in 1 gram of Blossom Blood. One 20 gram package will treat 200 litres of growing solution.
Dissolve 1 gram into 20 litres of water. Water with 1/2 litre per plant when the flower buds are established. Repeat the procedure once more in 2 weeks.
NOTE: DO NOT USE as a foliar spray. Use with fresh water only.