Age Old Organics Grow - 1 quart
Age Old Grow and Age Old Bloom make a formidable fertilizing team! Plus - they are odorless! Age Old liquid nutrients come highly recommended for soil and hydroponics gardening, both indoor and outdoor use.
By adding these natural-based nutrients and enzymes to the soil, the health is restored with its natural biological life. Organic based liquid nutrients applied directly to the plants provide nutrients in forms that are immediately available to the growing plant - easy for the plant to digest.
Age Old Organics are high-quality liquid nutrients derived from:
All major and secondary elements
Age Old Organics Bloom (NPK: 5-10-5) is a fast-acting natural high Phosphorous combination of two of the oldest forms of fertilizer known, with added micro-nutrients. This odorless concentrated Bloom liquid fertilizer encourages early growth, better fruit set, increases germination rates, helps flower and bud formation, and will help overcome stress caused by natural or chemical damage.
Age Old Organics Grow (NPK: 12-6-6) is a fast acting natural high Nitrogen with a 2 to 1 ratio to encourage continued growth and vigor. Manufactured by combining fish, seaweed, and naturally occurring nutrients to form a stable odorless liquid plant food.
Hydroponics rock wool or NFT systems:
Small or slow growing plants = 1 to 2 teaspoons per gallon
Medium sized plants (most applications) = 2 to 2½ teaspoons per gallon
Large or aggressive vegetative plants = 3 to 5 teaspoons per gallon
Do not exceed 5 teaspoons per gallon of solution. If plants show signs of stress, reduce the amount of nutrient in the solution.
Safe to use in conjunction with other nutrients. Age Old Organics Bloom and Age Old Organics Grow are very concentrated products - measure accurately and remember to keep the pH of the nutrient solution between 5.8 and never above 6.5. If possible also monitor the solution with an E.C. meter, keeping the solution in a range of 2 to 4 mill/Mhos/cm.
For vegetables, flowers, and tropicals, add 1 to 2 Tablespoon to one gallon of water. Apply directly to leaves three weeks prior to bloom and then every 2 to 3 weeks.