Contains sea kelp extract. Humboldt County’s Own Bush Master (aka Superbud) has been compared with many other products, but is far more concentrated and affordable. Helps create compact plant growth and lateral branching, which increases the surface area for flowers to develop. This product is NOT registered for sale in the state of California.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Soil: The optimal concentration will vary between plant varieties but typically falls between 1-2 teaspoons per gallon. This product is usually applied in one watering but the user is encouraged to experiment. First time users should apply varying amounts from 1-2 tsp per gallon to a few plants and observe them through the end of the cycle, then choose the amount that yields the best results. Best applied at the beginning of the bloom cycle – although some users wait up to 2 weeks.
Hydroponics: The usual application is 1/2 to 1-1/2 teaspoons per gallon and run for 3 days max. If the intention is to apply at the beginning of bloom, many users add BushMaster to their nutrient tank right at the end of the grow cycle for 3 days max and then switch the reservoir to bloom nutrients. Optimizing this product in hydroponics is trickier than soil since you can’t apply varying amounts to a few plants at a time. A good rule of thumb is that the length of time you run BushMaster is more important than the dose. Larger doses should be run for shorter periods and smaller doses should be run longer.
Foliar: An alternative method, one which is particularly attractive to hydroponic growers, is to foliar feed. The pioneers of this variation applied a little less than 1/4 teaspoon per gallon to plants that were about 4-inches tall. Foliar feeding was repeated up to 3 times over a 2-week period.
Contains non-plant food ingredients:
1.5% Ascophyllum nodosum (sea kelp)