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Big Up Powder 0-33-23
A local legend in Humboldt County: Big Up Powder is a premium bloom booster. Humboldt Nutrients agronomists and chemists have developed Big Up Powder after years of research and local trials. Many similar products contain artificial coloring and dyes, but Big Up Powder is free of all of these unnecessary ingredients.
Big Up is specially formulated to efficiently deliver high levels of phosphorus and potassium to the fruit or flower.
Big Up Powder is designed specifically for the first week and final weeks of the flowering period. Plants are in a transitional phase during this first week. By introducing Big Up Powder in the first week of flowering, you effectively flip the switch in your plant, sending it immediately into an intense flowering cycle.
Big Up also provides the final boost of energy that your plants need to finish the bloom cycle with some of the largest flowers you have ever seen.
Big Up Powder contains a diverse amount of specifically formulated ingredients that many competing products simply don't offer, we are confident in its quality and performance.
Our customers have been amazed by the Big Up Powder, time after time gardeners depend on the power and consistent results offered by this superb additive.
After using Big Up Powder, expect to harvest much larger and harder flowers than previous crops.
Directions and Application Rates:
Start using Big Up Powder during the final 3 weeks of your flowering period using a total of 2 applications per growing cycle.
First Application: Add 1 tsp per gallon of nutrient solution. This will increase your concentration by 300-400 ppm. Apply with 3 weeks left.
Second Application: Add 2 tsp per gallon of nutrient solution. This will increase your concentration by 500-700 ppm. Apply with 2 weeks left.
DERIVED FROM: Monopotassium Phosphate, Ascophyllum nodosum
ALSO CONTAINS NON-PLANT FOOD INGREDIENTS: 2.0% Humic Acid (Derived from Leonardite)