You can but wonder how a product ends up being called Bloombastic! Dodgy name aside, this nutrient-based flowering additive has much to offer. A PK ratio of 0-20-21 actively boosts final fruit weight and sweetens fruit flavours - ultimately leading to increased yields and enhanced crop quality. In addition to spurring on fruit and flower development, the wide array of micro-nutrients found in Bloombastic also ensure that your plants remain healthy. How? By stimulating an enzyme process that combats intense heat and light, disease and general deficiencies. Suitable for most systems and effective when used with any of our nutrients, its well worth a try!
The manufacturer's recommended dilution rates are as follows (per litre of water):
Vegetative Stage: N/A
Flowering Stage: 0.5-1mls
For a more comprehensive guide on the advised application rates of this product, give us a call on 0333 003 22 96
NPK ratio: 0 - 20 - 21
- Q & A
Questions and Answers (4)What b cuzz nutrient do I use for clay pebles in aquafarmsYou would use the ATAMI B'Cuzz Hydro nutrient for an Aquafarm with clay pebbles.
Written by KW | 18 May 2014if growing in coco would you replace pk13 with bloombastic or use it alongside pk13I would advise using either PK13/14 or Bloombastic, but I wouldn't use both together.
Written by paul | 1 Feb 2013What week of flowing would I start usin bloombasticYou would use Bloombastic during weeks 5, 6, & 7 of flowering at 0.5-1ml per litre.
Written by JS | 27 May 2012I'm in my last two weeks of flowering... Can i carry on using Bloombastic then start to using GHE ripen both together for one week? After one week stop using them both and in the final week use vital link flush for 2 - 3 days then just flush with water until harvestWe would recommend using just ripen on it's own, as it completely replaces all additives, then flush for 4 days in your final week, followed by just water for the last 3 days.
Written by Check Mate | 12 Aug 2011