Amino Treatment is a groundbreaking new product from House and Garden Nutrients containing high quality silica and amino acids specifically formulated to encourage root development, vegetative growth, fruit formation, and flower production. Amino acids are the basic building blocks for proteins and enzymes, which are essential to the structure and the metabolism of plants. Adding amino acids to your nutrient program has been shown to increase chlorophyll concentration in the plant, enabling a higher degree of photosynthesis and growth. As a result plants can produce larger, better-formed fruits and flowers with increased flavors and aromas.
Along with amino acids, Amino Treatment contains a carefully selected balanced complex of ingredients, including small silicate particles that are much smaller than those that you find in normal silicon. Silicon strengthens plants so they can better tolerate environmental stresses such as cold, heat, drought, salt buildup, and mineral toxicity or deficiency. Plants incorporate silicon into their cell wall, storing excess amounts as foundational support between cells. This forms a protective barrier against destructive pathogens and parasites while increasing the structure, support and metabolism of the plant. Increased levels of silicon protect your plants from stress, heat, and disease while providing the building blocks needed to increase the quality and quantity of your harvest.
Discover the benefits of adding Amino Treatment to your nutrient program. Enjoy higher levels of photosynthesis, thicker stems, increased root zone activity, increased sugar content, and higher quality and quantity of fruits with this carefully selected blend of ingredients. Amino Treatment is designed for use in all soil, soilless, and hydroponic applications. Add Amino Treatment with every watering until three weeks before harvest.
APPLICATION: First add the base nutrient and then adjust the pH. Mix thoroughly and let stand. Then add Amino Treatment and other stimulators such as Roots Excelurator. Refer to the feeding chart for detailed usage instructions.