Our set it and forget it feed program formulated specifically for the outdoor grower who wants a slow-release granular fertilizer for their outdoor grow.
Your time is valuable, so whether you have a small or commercial sized outdoor grow, grow in peace knowing you can maximize your yields without the backache.
Created as a complete soil amendment for outdoor plants.
A Granular, slow-release nutrient that is easily applied around the base of your plants to provide both macro and micro nutrients for vegetative, flowering and late flowering stages.
Buffered to correct soil pH with every water.
Can be used in coco or soil/soiless
Backcountry Blend Boost is designed to be used in conjunction with Backcountry Blend Bloom during the flowering stage.
Boostprovides your outdoor plants with an extra dosage of phosphorus (P), potassium (K), and calcium (Ca), as well as an addition of humic acid. Phosphorus and potassium are vital elements that aid in the development of flowers and the movement of nutrients through the plant. Calcium plays a major role in cell wall composition and also helps maintain chemical balances in the soil. Humic acid aids in the movement of nutrients through the grow medium, making them easier for the plant to absorb.
These added benefits improve overall yields, floral development, colour, and aroma.
This formula is designed to be top-dressed 3-4 weeks into the flowering stage.
IMPORTANT USAGE NOTES:
Measure carefully. A little goes a long way. Back Country Blend is super concentrated slow release fertiliser. You can always add more if required.
As climate and temperature can affect nutrients release, slightly lower your application rate in drier regions and slightly raise your application rate in wetter regions.
Water regularly and maintain soil moisture where possible. Over fertilisation may cause tip burn. Irrigate with fresh water if tip burn occurs.
When using feed rings or drippers be sure to top dress within the drip line. This means, if you water a plant from a feed ring or dripper system, it would leave a distinctive wet area around the plant. Top dress only where you intend to distribute the water. With drippers, divide the total amount required and distribute in piles below each dripper.