Bush Doctor Flowers Kiss 1.0-0.30-0.05

Bush Doctor Flowers Kiss 1.0-0.30-0.05

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Product Overview

Bush Doctor Flowers Kiss is a concentrated foliar plant food in a liquid state that is formulated to be quickly absorbed by the plant's leaves through the stomata. Much like a delicate rain, rendering organic nourishment from the top down. This concentrated plant-food adds micro nutrients that are vital in the initial flowering stage of plant growth to improve flower development and promote a bountiful yield. It helps to ease stress in the during the transition between vegetative growth to flowering. Derived from Earthworm Castings, Sodium Borate, Magnesium Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Sodium Tetraborate, Protein Hydrolysate, and Calcium Carbonate. This has a guaranteed fertilizer analysis of 1.0-0.30-0.05.

Features and Specs

Application Mix 2 teaspoons (10mL) per gallon of fresh water
Fill the Sprayer with the Solution and Turn the Nozzle to a Mist Setting
Shipping Weight 1.27 lbs
Manufacturer FoxFarm (Mfg. Number: 793950)
UPC 752289793950



How Much: Mix 2 teaspoons (10mL) per gallon of fresh water. Fill sprayer with a solution and turn nozzle to mist setting.

How to Use: Begin feeding seedlings after they have become well established, usually 3 to 4 weeks after germination. Spray once a week until fruit and bud development occurs. Do not apply Flowers Kiss™ in the heat of the day or under illuminated high-intensity lighting.

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Can you use Bush Doctor Flowers Kiss 1.0-0.30-0.05 like a a nutrient feeding?

Bush Doctor Flowers Kiss 1.0-0.30-0.05 would need to be mixed and used as needed.

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