Gaia’s Virility 10lb Bag Bloom Fertilizer

$79.99

Description

Gaia’s Virility is a bloom fertilizer.  It is specially formulated to not use heavy salts.  All of the nutrients are from non synthetic sources.  It is formulated to increase the number of blooms, but also the size and density of individual fruits/nugs.  It is 3% nitrogen, 13% phosphates and 7% potash as well as a range of micronutrients such as calcium, iron, sulfur and magnesium.

Ingredients

Langbeinite:  A naturally occurring source of magnesium, sulfur and potassium; it is sometimes referred to as sulfate of potash-magnesia.  Magnesium plays an essential role in photosynthesis.  Deficiency symptoms exhibited may include chlorosis, or yellowing between leaf veins; appearing on lower, mature leaves first as magnesium is a mobile nutrient.  Sulfur aids in formation of chlorophyll, oils, amino acids and proteins.  Sulfur deficiency symptoms include chlorosis throughout the plant with younger leaves also experiencing necrosis of the tips.  Potassium, or potash, promotes strong plants and increases both crop quality and yield.  Potassium regulates the opening/closing of stomata.  Potassium deficiency symptoms include stunted growth, brown scorching, twisting or curling of leaves, and in some cases purple spots may appear on the underside of leaves.

Worm castings:  An organic source of nitrogen, iron and calcium.  Nitrogen is essential for lush vegetative growth.  Yellowing of lower leaves and stunted growth are indicative of nitrogen deficiency.  Iron get utilized in chlorophyll formation and some enzyme functions.  A deficiency in iron causes chlorosis, or yellowing of leaves.  Calcium gets utilized in cell walls and photosynthesis.  Calcium deficiency initially appears as localized tissue necrosis leading to stunted plant growth, necrotic leaf margins, curling of leaves and eventual death of terminal buds.

Seabird guano:  An all-natural source of calcium and phosphate.  Calcium gets utilized in cell walls and photosynthesis.  Calcium deficiency initially appears as localized tissue necrosis leading to stunted plant growth, necrotic leaf margins, curling of leaves and eventual death of terminal buds. Phosphate promotes big fruits and flowers and deficiencies can be difficult to spot other than overall stunted growth.

Blood meal:  An organic source of nitrogen.  Nitrogen is essential for lush vegetative growth.  Yellowing of lower leaves and stunted growth are indicative of nitrogen deficiency.

Bone meal: An organic source of nitrogen, calcium and phosphate.  Nitrogen is essential for lush vegetative growth.  Yellowing of lower leaves and stunted growth are indicative of nitrogen deficiency. Calcium gets utilized in cell walls and photosynthesis.  Calcium deficiency initially appears as localized tissue necrosis leading to stunted plant growth, necrotic leaf margins, curling of leaves and eventual death of terminal buds. Phosphate promotes big fruits and flowers and deficiencies can be difficult to spot other than overall stunted growth.

Sea kelp meal:  An organic source of nitrogen, phosphate and potassium.  Derived from sea kelp, specifically Ascophylluon nodosum. Nitrogen is essential for lush vegetative growth.  Yellowing of lower leaves and stunted growth are indicative of nitrogen deficiency. Potassium, or potash, promotes strong plants and increases both crop quality and yield.  Potassium regulates the opening/closing of stomata.  Potassium deficiency symptoms include stunted growth, brown scorching, twisting or curling of leaves, and in some cases purple spots may appear on the underside of leaves. Phosphate promotes big fruits and flowers and deficiencies can be difficult to spot other than overall stunted growth.

Triple phosphate:  A good source of phosphate.  It is derived from phosphoric rock that has had the impurities removed. Phosphate promotes big fruits and flowers and deficiencies can be difficult to spot other than overall stunted growth.

Sulfate of potash:  An organic source of sulfur and potassium, also known as potassium sulfate.  Sulfur aids in formation of chlorophyll, oils, amino acids and proteins.  Sulfur deficiency symptoms include chlorosis throughout the plant with younger leaves also experiencing necrosis of the tips.  Potassium, or potash, promotes strong plants and increases both crop quality and yield.  Potassium regulates the opening/closing of stomata.  Potassium deficiency symptoms include stunted growth, brown scorching, twisting or curling of leaves, and in some cases purple spots may appear on the underside of leaves.

Wood ash:  An organic source of potassium.  Potassium, or potash, promotes strong plants and increases both crop quality and yield.  Potassium regulates the opening/closing of stomata.  Potassium deficiency symptoms include stunted growth, brown scorching, twisting or curling of leaves, and in some cases purple spots may appear on the underside of leaves.

Granulated molasses:  Contains trace minerals as well as providing sugars to the soil microbes for a healthy soil and danker, more swollen fruits.

Bat guano: An all-natural source of nitrogen, phosphate and potassium. Nitrogen is essential for lush vegetative growth.  Yellowing of lower leaves and stunted growth are indicative of nitrogen deficiency.   Potassium regulates the opening/closing of stomata. Phosphate promotes big fruits and flowers and deficiencies can be difficult to spot other than overall stunted growth. Potassium deficiency symptoms include stunted growth, brown scorching, twisting or curling of leaves, and in some cases purple spots may appear on the underside of leaves.

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs

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