Guanokalong Extract Taste Improver

Guanokalong Extract Taste Improver

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Guanokalong Extract Taste Improver - 1 Litre

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Overview

For bigger fruit & flowers with a stronger taste, try Guanokalong’s Extract Taste Improver.


It’s a 100% organic additive made from ethically-sourced bat dung (bat guano).


Plants love it! It’s a unique blend of 2% nitrogen, 2% potassium, 0.5% phosphorous and essential trace elements.


It won’t clog up your hydro system and is clear in colour.


Add it to soil, coco or your hydro system to improve the size and number of fruit and flowers, while enhancing taste.


Use this stuff, and you’ll have an excellent flowering phase! Anyone who’s used it will tell you that. But don’t trust us – try it!


100% organic hydro, soil & coco additive (NOT an NPK fertiliser)
• Made from bat guano (bat dung)
Ethically sourcedno bat habitats harmed
Clear liquidwill not clog up hydro systems
Increases number & size of flowers
Enhances taste of fruit & flowers

How to Use

Apply to your feed weekly throughout your growing cycle.


Dilution rate:


Make sure you use at least 10ml/L…some growers have been known to use it a 50% dilution rate.


We recommend diluting at a rate of 10ml/L (propagation), 10 – 20ml/L (vegetative growth) and 10 – 30ml/L (flowering)

Q & A

Questions and Answers (3)

I need to boost the Nitrogen in my plants/soil, will this do the job? Bio Grow, Alg a mic and Bio Bloom do not appear to do this.
I would go for the Nitrozyme. When applied as a foliar feed, this will boost nitrogen levels.

Written by Paul | 11 Nov 2012

Can i use Guanokalong in hydroponics?
You should be able to use this in a hydroponics system, we would recommend thoroughly cleaning the pump after you have used this, as it is an organic additive.

Written by AW | 4 Oct 2011

Can this product be used with the bat guano as the npk are relatively small? is it needed or would it be to much? Thanks
You could use these products together as they are slightly different, if you were to use them together, we would advise using them both at half strength.

Written by AJ | 5 Sep 2011


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