Nature's Own Guano Super Bloom is manufactured from bat manure. It is 100% organic and highly concentrated. It has been formed slowly over millions of years to produce a valuable and natural source of plant nutrients and essential trace elements. This simple and remarkable natural garden fertiliser can be used on every plant from tomatoes and fruit through to roses, lawns and indoor gardens.
Nature's Own Guano Super Bloom contains all trace elements needed to promote healthy plant growth, i.e. Manganese, Magnesium, Iron, Molybdenum, Cobalt, Sodium, Zinc and Calcium. Nature's Own Guano Super Bloom is 100% natural organic product and contains no heavy metals or man-made contaminants.
Edible plants have a far improved natural sweetness and flavour. Customers will experience an increase in plant yields and a premium quality produce, with soils conditioned for healthy growth.
For best performance, we recommend using Super Grow or Super Bloom in Soil or Coco Coir Grow Media, and to use it in addition to a base hydroponic nutrient from Bloom Advanced or House and Garden. Guano is fossilised. It has undergone conversion into rock form by chemical reaction over a very long time. For gardeners, this means essential nutrients are more soluble and readily available for plant uptake than traditional organic matter resulting in outstanding growth.
For best results use Nature's own Guano Super grow when plants are in their vegetative stage and nature's own guano super bloom for flowering and fruiting plants.
Nature's Own Guano Super Bloom 1l dosage and usage:
Average garden applications require 5-10ml per litre. Young seedlings have low feeding requirements while larger plants have higher requirements. Guano Super Bloom Liquid Concentrate is suitable for most plants in all growing situations (including hydroponics). Store Guano super bloom in a cool place out of direct sunlight. Shake well before use.
Nature's Own Guano Super Bloom composition:
- N-P-K 1-9-1
- Nitrogen: 1
- Phosphorous: 9
- Potassium: 1
This product was added to the GuruGardener catalog on Tuesday 28 March, 2017.