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Mighty Plant Organic Grow Soluble Plant Food - 5 oz.

Mighty Plant Organic Grow Soluble Plant Food - 5 oz.

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SKU: FZR-OG-5OZ

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Description:

Organic Growth™ from Mighty Plant is a fast-acting, 100% organic, water-soluble plant food for the vegetative stage. It offers the benefits of a standard fertilizer but goes a step further by including vital amino acids, peptides, and biostimulants made to enhance the plant's growth and increase the plant's ability to more efficiently uptake nutrients.

Organic Growth is the first of its kind. This organic plant food provides readily available forms of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium (NPK). It contains 100% natural micro-nutrients: Nitrogen derived from blood plasma, phosphorus and calcium derived from finely powdered bone meal, and potassium derived directly from The Great Salt Lake. 

Additionally, Organic Growth is a water-soluble powder that is extremely versatile and has limitless potential. This powder can be used in hydroponics, irrigation systems, foliage spray, as a root drench, soil dress & much more! 

Limitless Application

Organic Growth™ contains a proprietary blend of bio-actives and nutrients that is used as a primary fertilizer for the vegetative stage. The benefits can be applied to all plants during the growth stage to provide thriving results.

Features:

  • 100% Organic
  • Fast Acting
  • No Fillers
  • Water Soluble

Directions:

For best results, water in well after application to drive nutrients into the root zone.

Type Mix Rate Application Frequency
Indoor Plants 1 tsp/gal. Root Zone Once a Week
Outdoor Plants 2 tsp/gal. Root Zone Every 14-21 Days
Foliar Spray 2 tsp/gal. Spray Foliage Every 2-3 Weeks
Early Rooting Apply 2 tsp/gal. over root zone, mix 1 tsp in soil planting hole before covering roots, or apply to soil surface. Root Zone, Soil Planting Hole, or Directly to Soil Surface. During Transplanting
Hydroponics 2 tsp/gal. Fill the Hydroponic Reservoir. Every 2 Weeks Throughout Growth and Bloom Stages

 

Conversions: 

  • 1 teaspoon=2.8 grams
  • 1 tablespoon=8.4 grams
  • 1 cup=130 grams
  • 3.5 cups-1 lb. (454 grams)


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Phil C.

Great working product. Just the smell can get all strong in the heat

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