Get explosive yields with a flowering booster than will never ferment - SHOGUN Sumo Active Boost.
It won't ferment, froth or leave residue in any tank or system. EVER. No matter what your nutrient temperature or oxygen level.
- Drives shoot growth, flowering & bud formation
- You get bigger plants with lush, greener leaves
- Stable - will never ferment or clog drippers
To keep it stable, there's a new extraction process where plant cells are burst at a high pressure. Emulsifiers & preservatives are also added.
The end result is an emulsion that's stable in water for up to 14 days.
It's bold, and it works.
Root Feed (flowering) 1-2ml/L Foliar spray (flowering) 2ml/L
How to Use
Since it contains an emulstion, shake before use.
Apply as a root feed from the start of your flowering until harvest.
As a foliar application, spray once at the start of flowering and again 28 days later. The recommended pH for foliar application is 5 - 7.
100% stable in tanks
The plant extract that can sometimes ferment stays stable, thanks to a new extraction process. Even if your feed becomes too warm or your oxygen levels become too high.
Up to 10% weight increase
Your plants' metabolism increases, and they can absorb more of the nutrients and water needed to pack on the pounds.
Extra Flowering Sites
All of the auxins & cytokinins encourage apical growth & cell division. As a result, shoot growth & flower set formation increases.
Bigger, Greener Leaves
With the larger, greener leaves, plants can synthesize more carbohydrates! Expect to get lush, healthy plants.
More Terpenes & Essential Oils
You'll get fuller fruit & flowers that smell and taste better.
Increases Nutrient Uptake & Photosynthesis
In short, plants get water & nutrients quicker. As a result, they become healthier and better able to resist pests and diseases.
It's packed with triacontanol, auxin, cytokinin & brassinosteroids, to drive flowering, growth, bud formation & essential oil production.
Plants produce secondary metabolites (like resin & terpenes) that protect against harsh climates.
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