The item comes as a concentrate about 25% full. When your ready to use just add water.
2.5 Gallon BLOOM #3 6-15-17
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The Bloom #3 is lower in nitrogen and has higher proportions of phosphorus and potassium. Phosphorus and potassium promote rooting and are essential during flower and fruit production. Genesis Formula #3 is a bloom and fruit promoting blend designed to encourage flower bud formation and enhance the later stages of plant development. It provides additional phosphorus and potassium to stimulate blossoms and fruit production for maximum yield and early harvest. It is also excellent as a starter formula to aid in the initiation of new roots and to reduce transplant shock. Use with MicroBase and Grow formulas whenever increased phosphorus and potassium are desired.
This is for the final stage of a plants life or annual cycle or anytime flower bud formation is to be encouraged. Provides additional phosphorus and potassium to stimulate blossoms and increase fruit production. Use with Micro Base for a complete elemental formula. Use with Grow formulas when ever more phosphorus and potassium is desired. Works excellent as a starter formula by itself for rooted seedlings or cuttings to stimulate root initiation and reduce transplant shock for the first week or two after potting. Also aids to rejuvenate old lifeless plants to re-establish fresh roots.
The Genesis Formula comes as a saturated paste concentrate. You simply add water and shake it up. This is so we can save you money. We figure you have water, so why should we ship water all over the world. The percentages shown on the bottle represent the values of the paste, we call it mush. So after you add the water these percentages change. Below you will see the real deal. These are the values after dilution. These are also the values of the pure elements, without any other ions included. Also you will see the actual PPM of each element when one millimeter (5 ml = 1 tsp) is added to a US gallon (3785 ml) of water. That's kind of nice to know even if you aren't a chemist.