Massboost prevents calcium (Ca) and magnesium (Mg) deficiencies while stimulating powerful fruit set and development
Calcium and magnesium are in truth just as important as the macro elements nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K) you see on the front of every fertilizer label.
Base grow and bloom NPK fertilizers only include small amounts of Ca and Mg which in high intensity growing environments can quickly be stripped out of the feeding solution by your plants. Aptus Massboost fixes this problem of under-supply by providing large amounts of plant-available Ca and Mg.
HOW TO USE MASSBOOST
Add MassBoost to your reservoir during weeks 3, 5, and 7 of the flowering state. Week 8 is optional. When mixing with any phosphorus supplements (PeakBoost or mineral fertilisers), be sure to allow one to mix into solution before adding the other.
• Use at 1ml per gallon during the vegetative phase of growth
• Use at 1-2ml per gallon during the flowering phase of growth during weeks 3, 5, 7, and optionally 8.
• Use at 10ml per gallon for a repair foliar spray. Do not mix with other products as resulting mix can damage plants.
Calcium along with the Si in Fasilitor largely comprises the structure of the plant cell wall which gives the plant it’s physical shape. An uninterrupted supply of Ca contributes to healthy flowers, stout steams, leaves, and continued formation of healthy plant tissue.
Calcium’s impact on plant health can be seen by preventing blossom end rot, eliminating dropped flowering sites, and a lack of necrosis on plant tissue. As the plants undergo cell division forming new tissue, the increased supply of magnesium allows for continued production of chlorophyll in the leaves. Mg is the central element to chlorophyll which is crucial to the process of photosynthesis enabling the plant to turn sunlight into usable forms of energy.