House & Garden Top Shooter is a liquid version of Shooting Powder. Top Shooter is a ulta potent PK flowering booster and is able to increase yields up to 20%! This amazing bud expander is the absolute best in the field of flowering stimulators (but contains NO PGRs). It gives visible results and works brilliantly with all base nutrients. The liquid form provides an easy and precise application for all small and large growers.
House & Garden Top Shooter forces your plants into starting a new flowering cycle after the regular cycle has stopped, significantly increasing the fruit’s total weight. The extra yield after applying this agent will surprise even the most seasoned grower. Top Shooter creates a new layer on top of the existing fruit! Output increases of up to 20% can be reached this way and are very common.
Top Shooter contains a proprietary carbonate form of phosphorus and potassium, that makes it both far more pH stable and bio-available than other yield enhancers. Top Shooter is the market leader in enhancing yields.
Dilution rate of Top Shooter is 1-2ml/L – We recommend reducing the strength of your base nutrients when using Top Shooter or Shooting Powder.
Use Top Shooter at the end of the flowering period, for the final three weeks of flowering.
Start with 1ml/L in the last three weeks before harvest.
The increase to 2ml/L in the last two weeks before harvest (if the plant is healthy and has responded well!)
Finish with 2ml/L in the last week before harvest.
Only use Top Shooter when your plants are sufficiently healthy, it is a very strong agent that requires a lot from your plant. Always adjust the EC value of your base nutrient accordingly. Do not use Top Shooter in combination with any other PK booster. Always start at half strength (1ml/L) and see how your plants respond.
Do not exceed maximum EC level for the type of plants you are growing. Monitor EC and your plant’s health closely when using Top Shooter.
SIZES AVAILABLE 100ml, 250ml, 500ml, 1L
All H&G Products are cleared for use in medical, licensed farms.