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With Hesi Boost you’ll be able to give your plants a push in the right direction during the flowering period, speeding it up considerably.
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Hesi Boost Provides Essential Nutrients for Proper Flowering Development
Boost by Hesi is a potent flowering stimulant that accelerates your plants’ metabolic processes, so they’ll need to be fed and watered much more. Thanks to having consumed more nutrients, your plants will grow its flowers much easier, shortening growing times considerably.
Your plants will end up covered in zig-zag buds from top to bottom. Their flowering period should start as soon as possible and their internodes will become incredible short, making for a compact plant with long branches full of flowers. It increases yield quite a lot, and this can be improved upon even more when combined with other Hesi additives.
Great Flowering and Fat Buds with Hesi Boost
Boost can be used from the start of the entire process until the end of the growth period, preparing your plants for the flowering phase right from the start. You can continue using it once a week after this in order to fatten your plants’ buds even more.
We recommend using other Hesi products such as their Bloom Complex or Hydro Bloom by Hesi in order to give your plants the main nutrients that they need. You can also use SuperVit and PK 13/14 by Hesi in order to increase the amount of flowers and resin yield.
Dosage and how to use Boost by Hesi:
- Use about 2 ml per liter of water once before flipping to the flowering period.
- Use about 2 ml per liter when watering or 1 ml per liter sprayed once the flowering period begins and then again when the flowers begin fattening.
Consult Hesi’s full growing chart in order to give your plants a professional treatment:
- 1% Phosphorus
- 1% Potassium
- Floral extracts (galactol and others)
- Vegetable sugars (melitose and others)
- Alginic acid (and other acids)
- And other trace elements of natural origin
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