BAC Organic Bloom is a flowering fertiliser with 100% natural ingredients so that your plants can produce excellent quality flowers. It’s high concentration of nutrients comes in the necessary proportion for plants. It is suitable for soil and coco coir, but it is not recommended to use with automatic watering systems, as it could possibly block the pipes.
We recommend to adjust the pH level of your nutrient mixture before watering your plants. The best level is between 5.5 and 6.5.
Organic Bloom Nutrient Properties:-
If you measure EC, it should not exceed 0.8 mS during the growth stage, nor 0.4 mS when your plants are very young, or with less than 4 pairs of leaves. You should gradually raise the EC in flowering, first 1.2 mS, and then you can climb up to 1.6 mS at the end of flowering. There are strains that tolerate higher levels of EC, but many other plants are more sensitive to fertilisers and if you aren’t careful you can easily over-fertilise them.
You can combine BAC Organic Bloom with other products for the flowering phase, such as the Bloom Stimulator or Organic PK Booster from BAC, to increase the yield and the fantastic aroma of your crops.
Dosage and how to use Organic Bloom:-
- Use 2 to 5 ml/L of water from the start of the flowering period until ten days before harvesting.
- Start by giving it 2ml and finish with 5ml, increasing it gradually.
- Keep in mind that organic fertilisers become easily attached to soil, so you will have to pay attention and water using fertilisers only every second time, to make sure that your plants’ soil does not accumulate a harmful level of nutrients or salts.
- Use pure water without any nutrients at least once a week to absorb what is left in the soil.
- Alfalfa food.
- Mixture of sugar molasses.
- Organic Thinner.
- Stone meal.
- A balanced amount of trace elements.
Using this highly concentrated bloom feed will result in:-
- Better flavour.
- Better aroma.
- Better overall crop quality.
Recommended Additional Purchases:-
For our full range of BAC nutrients please see here!