Benefits: Grotek Monster Bloom
- Helps ripen crops
- Improves yields
- Increases quality
- Enlarges flower clusters
- Activating enzyme activity
- Accelerating protein and starch synthesis
- Increasing stalk and stem strength
- Boosting the movement of sugars and starches within the plant
- Regulating respiration and assisting CO2 uptake
Grotek Monster Bloom has been specifically designed to aid plants throughout the mid phase of flower development. The high concentration of phosphorous instigates a large amount of blooms and plays a key part in the plants metabolism. Potassium improves the quality of your blooms and fruits while aiding starch production within the plant. Due to the concentration of Monster Bloom it should be phased out before the final two weeks of flowering. This will ensure the plant has the opportunity to metabolize all the power locked within Monster Bloom. The result will be a tasty, aromatic and bountiful crop. Monster Bloom is a supplement and should be used as part of a complete fertilizer program.
For use in flowering phase
Week 4: 0.1 gram per litre
Week 5: 0.2 gram per litre
Week 6: 0.1 gram per litre
Week 7: 0.1 gram per litre
GUARANTEED MINIMUM ANALYSIS
Nutrient (ppm) at 0.1 g/L:
Elements in soils & plants
Of the seventeen essential plant nutrients, fourteen are acquired directly from the soil. These fourteen essential nutrients make up a miniscule 4% to 5% of plant matter, but without all of them a plant could not complete its lifecycle. Plant nutrients are separated into ‘macro-‘ and ‘micro-nutrients’ based on their relative abundance in plant tissue. Micronutrients are those found in concentrations less than 100 ppm in plant tissues. Natural soils typically have sufficient total amounts of each micronutrient, but conditions and element properties limit availability for root absorption and plant utilization. In some places the parent material (rock) that the soil developed from is deficient in some elements and fertilization is essential to meet crop demands.
Numerous factors limit nutrient availability in soil, including: soil moisture and aeration levels, texture (the relative amounts of sand, silt and clay), organic matter content, pH, temperature, abundance of other nutrients, heavy metal content, bicarbonate content, and biological activity. This myriad of factors limits plant growth, not because the nutrient isn’t present, but in a form unavailable to plants. In soilless and hydroponic systems several of the same factors limit nutrient availability.
Under artificial growing conditions it is largely nutrient imbalance, high concentrations of other nutrients in solution and high solution and media pH that negatively affect availability of the micronutrients iron, copper, manganese and zinc. In soilless systems plants are grown in an inert media and all nutrients are supplied dissolved in water. Assuming initial nutrient concentrations are correct, imbalances can occur when nutrients accumulate in the growing media and solutions in recirculating systems are not changed frequently enough (every 1 to 2 weeks). Nutrient solution pH and media pH will change over time as the balance of nutrients changes and roots excrete pH altering compounds.
Increasing pH corresponds with decreasing availability of iron, copper, manganese and zinc. This is partially why hydroponic nutrient solutions should be between 5.5 and 6.5 and optimum pH for garden soils is 6.2 to 6.7. This is the pH range with the highest availability for the entire range of essential plant nutrients. For example, above pH 4 each unit of increase in pH decreases iron solubility by a factor of about 1000. If the pH is too low availability of these metals may become so high that toxicity becomes a concern.
As growers we manage our gardens to match nutrient availability with crop demand, but some things are beyond our control. Outdoor growers are limited by the soil and climate nature provides and indoor growers balance the pros and cons when selecting a production system. Despite our best efforts to create ideal conditions, the nature of some metal nutrients precipitates the need for chelation.
Grotek’s nutrients, a Greenstar Plant Products brand, has been providing growers with quality science and exceptional results for over 20 years. Our high-performance products have earned the trust of both hobby and commercial growers worldwide. Grotek has been an industry pioneer, combining key organic extracts with mineral fertilizers, giving growers the opportunity to vastly improving harvest quality. Our vision is to cultivate mutually beneficial long-term relationships built on trust, quality horticultural products, and world-class service. Our mission is to have our exceptional team empowered to make continuous improvements so that we become the industry leader in our areas of the horticultural industry. We strive to deliver strong financial performance, safe environmental practices, and effective corporate governance. At Grotek, we have invested in our client’s success. It all starts in our production facility where we begin by sourcing ingredients based on quality rather than price. Virtually all of our ingredients are sourced from North America and Europe to ensure the highest specifications are met. Our goal is to cultivate mutually beneficial, long-term relationships based on trust and world-class service. From research and development to hands-on crop experience, our team has the background to assist our clients with brand advice and accepted crop production standards. Having expertise in agronomy, organic growing, crop inputs, facility design and more, we are equipped to support our customers with quality service to match our products.