Backcountry Blend Boost is designed to be used in combination with Backcountry Blend Bloom completely during the flowering season.
Boost provides your outdoor plants an additional dosage of phosphorus (P), potassium (K), and calcium (Ca), as well as an increase of humic acid.
Phosphorus and potassium are necessary ingredients that aid in the growth of flowers and the movement of nutrients into the plant through the flowering phase.
Calcium plays a significant role in the cell wall structure and also helps support the chemical establishment in the soil. Humic acid aids in the flow of nutrients within the growing medium, which provides it easier for the plant to utilize.
These consolidated advantages enhance overall yields, floral growth, colour, and aroma.
This system is designed to be top-dressed 3-4 weeks into the flowering stage.
Backcountry Blend Boost is a controlled release granular bloom additive. It can be easily be apply in the soil to support your plants with a lift of PK throughout the flowering season.
Part of the Backcountry Blend Outdoor Feeding Program.
Please see the complete Backcountry Blend Boost MSDS (Safety Data Sheet) here.
WARNINGS & CAUTIONS
Causes mild skin irritation.
Causes eye irritation.
Read the label before utilization. Keep out of the reach of children. Wash hands and forearms thoroughly after handling. IF IN EYES: Rinse thoroughly with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, and simple to do. Continue rinsing. If eye irritation persists: Get medical information. If medical advice is needed, have a product container or label on hand.
We suggest an application rate of 1 cup (0.5 lbs) per 100 square feet every 3 weeks. For smaller sized containers, apply 1 tsp per 2 gallons of soil or about 1 tbsp for every 2 feet of plant height.
For combining the product into the soil, use 1 lb per 10 cubic feet.
This is a generalized feeding scale and may be customized based on your particular flowering requirements.
For best output, follow the Backcountry Blend Outdoor Feeding Program during the plant’s entire life cycle.