Many fertilizer companies offer, at best, one bud bulker (what other companies call “bloom boosters”) intended to be used in conjunction with a grower’s base nutrients. Although these supplements can help increase flower production, they are often very generalized. In other words, they may seem effective to a grower who has never experimented with enhanced nutrition during the bloom phase, but what these products offer is still far from optimized nutrition.
The reason is that the bloom phase of high-value plants can be broken down into several stages. In natural conditions, a plant will reach its peak flower production three to four weeks after budding is initiated. After this point, the energy a plant has to focus on flower production actually declines.
By using a specific nutrient supplement to stimulate a plant that has passed peak flowering, growers can defy nature and cause their plants to continue flower production at full capacity. This is only possible, however, with the correct bloom enhancer.
In order to create the perfect fertilizer supplement regimen for the late bloom phase and supply their plants with the optimal ratio of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, L-ascorbic acid, folic acid, and fulvic acid, growers of high-value plants should reach for Overdriveby Advanced Nutrients. Overdrive is the pinnacle of late-phase bud bulkers and has become the ripening stimulator that growers of high-value plants trust most.
When growers apply Overdrive, their plants continue to focus their energy on flower production right up until harvest. With Overdrive, growers can ensure that they are getting the largest yields possible without sacrificing quality. Field testing has shown an increase not only in flower production, but also in essential oil production. In short, Overdrive stimulates all the traits sought by growers of high-value plants.
By taking advantage of Overdrive’s proprietary combination of specialized ingredients, any grower can boost their garden’s overall production and achieve bountiful yields.
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Monday, 17 February 2014