+ GETTING USED TO MAXIMUM HARVESTS IS A PLEASURE FOR YOU
The latest news in your world of hydroponics is now you can enhance growth while at the same time promote flowering.
In the past, you've triggered your plants' genetic clock by suddenly shifting them to a 12-hour light cycle and changing them over to bloom fertilizer. All this is useful, but scientists have discovered something else you can also do.
Let's take a look at the details...
YOU MAXIMIZE YOUR FLOWERING SITES PER STEM
Your plants absolutely will maximize flowerings sites per stem when you provide specialized nutrition to your plants during early bloom phase so your plants ramp up internal production of metabolic triggers that result maximizing your budding sites.
The result is that instead of only the typical 30-55% of your stem nodes becoming hosts for flowering sites within two weeks of flowering, 70-100% of your nodes show floral initiation!
Flat out you maximize the amount of flowers per plant. And as bloom season moves forward, you notice your stems are crammed full of dense floral growth that buries your stems in thick, gooey floral clusters so you have continuous floral structures that run virtually the entire up and down length of your stems!
Using Bud Ignitor to get an eye-popping grow room full of plants with flowers from top to bottom is fun and easy, but that's not the whole story.
You see, when you give your plants Bud Ignitor compounds, your plants respond by creating the maximum amount of budding sites.
Seriously, think about how good this is for you.
You spend less time and money getting maximum harvests.
The proof is in the numbers. With maximum budding sites and optimum flowering you get more efficient use of your grow room and more finished crops per year.
YOUR PLANTS GET WHAT THEY NEED FOR MAXIMUM HARVESTS
What do your plants really need? Most bloom fertilizer programs underplay potassium and nitrogen too much, while providing too much phosphorus too late. This includes the reliance on bloom boosters used on top of base nutrients.
Come to find out that scientific testing from thousands of tissue samples on the type of plants you grow shows that if you fail to provide the right amounts and right types of potassium and phosphorus early in the bloom phase, you create a permanent deficit that lowers your harvest size no matter what you do later on.
It's like missing the starting gun for a race, and then scrambling like crazy to catch up later on.
But you can't catch up: after those first two weeks are gone, your plant is not going to create any more budding sites. You see why early application of Bud Ignitor is crucial to maximizing everything your plants do later in bloom cycle.
HELP YOUR PLANTS STORE POTASSIUM AND PHOSPHORUS TO MAXIMIZE FLOWER PRODUCTION
Your plants are smart. They bank their early cache of potassium and phosphorus in extra floral structures and other tissues. They also instruct their roots to make and bank extra cytokinins that boost floral production throughout bloom cycle.
What makes this so special? It means your plants have extra reserves of raw materials to draw on so they produce the maximum amount of floral structures with maximum oil production.
I want you to really focus on what I just said, because it's important for you: Bud Ignitor creates extra reserves on potassium and phosphorus that directly feed production of essential oils and flavoring compounds when your buds are swelling and ripening.
So now you have the total picture, and it's a sweet picture indeed. Using Bud Ignitor during the first two weeks of bloom phase, you maximize budding sites and flower production while maximizing harvests making them more valuable.
And if you want to further increase the profitability of your crop, get Bud Ignitor today, along with our proprietary series of bloom phase-specific bud boosters such as Big Bud, Bud Candy, and Overdrive. This is the full spectrum of bud potentiator fuel for your garden.
You're going to love seeing your plants produce floor to ceiling buds ready for harvest, when you use Bud Ignitor at the start of every bloom phase.