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House & Garden Nutrients: Shooting Powder

Shooting Powder from House & Garden Nutrients is the absolute best in the field of bloom boosters. Designed to create extraordinary bud density, Shooting Powder triggers the plant to produce rich, tightly packed flowers with a significant increase in harvest weight. This flowering booster actually generates a new flowering cycle after the regular flowering phase, increasing overall output up to 20%.

Shooting Powder provides optimal level of phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) with minimal salts and other residue buildups. These elements play an important role during the flowering phase of fast growing plants. Phosphorus plays an essential role in metabolism and energy transfer. It assists in converting energy and other chemicals, such as nitrogen, into usable food. Potassium is necessary for many activities, including nutrient transportation and the overall quality and rigidity of the plant. It is involved in the manufacture and transport of all oils, starches and sugars.

When used correctly, Shooting Powder will enable your plants to achieve maximum floral development during the fruiting/flowering phase. Shooting Powder works rapidly and is immediately available to the plant, allowing the plant to focus its full energy on blossoming and produce larger, heavier harvests. Shooting Powder can be used in all soil, soilless, coco, and hydroponic systems both indoors and outdoors. It can be used in conjunction with any existing nutrient program and will noticeably improve results. Only apply Shooting Powder when your plants are healthy, as it is a very strong agent. Do not use in combination with other PK boosters such as Top Booster or Mother of All Blooms (MOAB).

Directions: Simply apply one sachet of Shooting Powder into 25 gallons of water three weeks before harvest. Use two sachets per 25 gallons the last two weeks before harvest, then one sachet during last two weeks. As with all House & Garden products, Shooting Powder is extremely concentrated. Do NOT use more than the recommended amount or for longer than the recommended time duration. Also lower the base nutrients when adding Shooting Powder to prevent fertilizer burn.

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