The Benefits of Mammoth P for Cannabis
This autumn here at Growbarato.net we’ve got yet another promo going! This month we’re working with Mammoth P, an organic additive that’ll allow your plants to grow much more, increasing quantity and quality of the final yield. From the 12th of November until the 31st of December, you’ll be able to acquire a 60ml sample of Mammoth P with every purchase over 30€ online and in stores.
Mammoth P is the first 100% organic inoculant that contains living microorganisms and alfalfa extract. It’s OMRI-certified, which means that it’s an entirely organic product. Mammoth P is designed to help your plants absorb more phosphorus from the substrate, which is quite an important element. This natural and efficient additive will guarantee healthier, larger plants.
In order to create this product, the founders of Growcentia from Colorado State University, used the latest technology at their disposal. This additive has been tested in labs and by growers themselves, confirming its efficiency when it comes to growing cannabis plants.
It can be used during your plants’ entire life cycle, increasing on average the final yield by about 16% (in dried flowers). It also increases stem and branch density by up to 6%.
Mammoth P’s effects are almost instantly visible; you’ll clearly notice the difference. It can be used both indoors and outdoors, allowing you to grow enormous buds anywhere you please.
How to use Mammoth P:
- Use Mammoth P with every second feeding – alternate between pure water and Mammoth P.
- We recommend starting off with low levels of product and increasing it as your plant grows.
- You should use around 0.16ml per liter of water during the growth period. Once the flowering period begins you can increase this dosage to 0.26ml. (soil)
- When growing hydroponically, use 0.16ml during the entire process.
- With around 2ml of this product you should have enough to feed around 10 plants.
Mammoth P contents:
- 2% alfalfa extract
- 97% inactive water
- 1% bacteria culture
- Pseudomonas Putida
- Comamonas Testosteroni
- Citrobacter Freundii
- Enterobacter Cloacae