Loading...

Biobizz Alg-A-Mic

From £9.95
In stock
Grouped product items
Biobizz Alg-A-Mic - 500mls Code: 1297
£9.95
Increase Quantity Decrease Quantity
Biobizz Alg-A-Mic - 1 Litre Code: 2144
£15.95
Increase Quantity Decrease Quantity
Biobizz Alg-A-Mic

Overview

Harden plants to stress & promote plant vigour with 100% organic Biobizz Alg-A-Mic. 

It's a powerful stress-reliever. It's packed with hormones & chelated micronutrients, derived from cold-pressed norwegian sea kelp. 

In a couple of days it'll correct overfeeding. It also hardens plants to temperature extremes. You can use it to relieve all kids of stress. Lots of growers use it to reduce the stress of cutting, transplanting & pruning.

 

  • Helps correct overfertilisation
  • Aids transplanting, training & pruning
  • Improves tolerance to extreme hot & cold temperatures
  • Suitable for root drenching & foliar feeding
  • Handcrafted & 100% organic
  • NPK: 0.1-0.1-0.1

Note: You can use this instead of Bio-Grow during vegetative growth.

 

Certification

  • Biobizz has 7 different organic certifications worldwide!
Control Union Certifications: National Organic Program (NOP) InputControl Union Certifications: National Organic Program (NOP) Input

Control Union Certifications: National Organic Program (NOP) Input

Control Union Certifications: Organic EU InputControl Union Certifications: Organic EU Input

Control Union Certifications: Organic EU Input

Good Soil Quality MarkGood Soil Quality Mark

Good Soil Quality Mark

OMRI: Organic Materials Review InstituteOMRI: Organic Materials Review Institute

OMRI: Organic Materials Review Institute

Point VertPoint Vert

Point Vert

Clean Green CertificationClean Green Certification

Clean Green Certification

EnvirOganicEnvirOganic

EnvirOganic

How To Use

  • Start using fertilisers when your plant is 10-15cm or has 2-4 leaves. 
  • In soil, use just water every 3rd watering or once a week to prevent over fertilisation.
  • You can mix several fertilisers in the same feeding water.
  • You can replace Bio-Grow with Fish-Mix in veg, but switch to Bio-Grow when you want to trigger flowering. 

 

Biobizz Feed Chart when using Biobizz Light Mix Soil or Tropic Mix (ml/10L)
  Bio-Grow Nutrient Bio-Bloom Nutrient Biobizz Root Juice Biobizz Alg-A-Mic Biobizz TopMax  Biobizz Bio Heaven
Cuttings / Seeds (Week -6) - - 20ml - - -
Cuttings / Seeds (Week -5) - - 20ml - - -
Veg (Week -4)  - - 40ml - - 20ml
Veg (Week -3) 20ml - - - - 20ml
Veg (Week -2)  20ml - - - - 20ml
Veg (Week -1) 20ml - - 5ml - 20ml
Flowering (Week 1)
20ml 10ml - 10ml 10ml 20ml
Flowering (Week 2) 20ml 20ml - 20ml 10ml 20ml
Flowering (Week 3) 30ml 20ml - 20ml 10ml 30ml
Flowering (Week 4) 30ml 30ml - 30ml 10ml 30ml
Flowering (Week 5) 30ml 30ml - 30ml 20ml 30ml
Flowering (Week 6) 30-40ml 40ml - 40ml 40ml 40ml
Flowering (Week 7)  30-40ml 40ml - 40ml 40ml 40ml
Flowering (Week 8) 30-40ml 40ml - 40ml 40ml 40ml
Final Week Just Water Just Water Just Water Just Water Just Water Just Water

 

Biobizz Feed Chart when using Biobizz All-Mix Soil or Tropic Bat Mix (ml/10L)
  Bio-Grow Nutrient Bio-Bloom Nutrient Biobizz Root Juice Biobizz Alg-A-Mic Biobizz TopMax  Biobizz Bio Heaven
Cuttings / Seeds (Week -6) - - 20ml - - -
Cuttings / Seeds (Week -5) - - 20ml - - -
Veg (Week -4)  - - 40ml - - 20ml
Veg (Week -3) 10ml - - - - 20ml
Veg (Week -2)  10ml - - - - 20ml
Veg (Week -1) 10ml - - - - 20ml
Flowering (Week 1)
10ml 20ml - 10ml 10ml 20ml
Flowering (Week 2) 10ml 20ml - - 10ml 20ml
Flowering (Week 3) 10ml 30-40ml - - 10ml 30ml
Flowering (Week 4) 10ml 30-40ml - - 10ml 30ml
Flowering (Week 5) 10ml  30-40ml - 20ml 10ml 40ml
Flowering (Week 6) 10ml 20-30ml - - 40ml 50ml
Flowering (Week 7)  10ml 20-30ml - - 40ml 50ml
Flowering (Week 8) 10ml 10-20ml - - 40ml 50ml
Final Week  Just Water Just Water Just Water Just Water Just Water Just Water

 

NOTE: The above feedcharts are guides only.  

If unsure of your dilution rate, start low then gradually build up your nutrient strength over time. Look for signals from your plant as to whether more or less feed is required. Environmental conditions such as temperature and humidity should also be taken into consideration. 

    Write Your Own Question

    (Edit)
    More information can be found here: