Bud Candy Feeds Sugars, Aminos And Vitamins To Your Plants And Taste Their Sweeter, Bigger Buds If I asked you what really makes you happy about your hydroponics gardening, you’d tell me you love growing huge amounts of potent, sweet-tasting flowers. Seeing your roomful of huge flowers that smell like candy (maybe like...Read more
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Bud Candy Feeds Sugars, Aminos And Vitamins To Your Plants And Taste Their Sweeter, Bigger Buds
If I asked you what really makes you happy about your hydroponics gardening, you’d tell me you love growing huge amounts of potent, sweet-tasting flowers.
Seeing your roomful of huge flowers that smell like candy (maybe like the cotton candy at an amusement park), and then after harvest you savor that fine taste, aroma and potency with your friends.
The smiles on their faces, and them patting you on the back, that’s what the good life is all about.
So the big question is, what can you do right now to grow yourself the biggest harvests of the most potent, best-tasting flowers?
Start By Providing Flower-boosting Energy When Your Plants Most Need It
Getting sweeter, bigger harvests comes when you give your plants carbohydrates that jolt them with an energy boost.
This is an important fact to remember, that during peak bloom cycle your plants’ need for sugars exceeds their ability to manufacture sugars. The more you push them, the more C02 and nutrients you give them, the more they need carbos, the more they fall behind.
The resulting carbo deficit is the same thing that happens when athletes collapse near the end of grueling competition. And it’s why carboloading is a favorite tactic athletes use to keep going strong for victory, when others fall and fail.
Not Just Any Carbohydrates, But The Right Ones For Your Plants
Carboloading your plants requires a specialty formula. In actuality, your plants best absorb simple or complex carbohydrates when they are present as Arabinose, Dextrose, Glucose, Maltose and Xylose from Raw Cane Extract, Malt Extract, Cranberry Extract and other premium carbohydrate sources.
Not only does this end mid-bloom slump but these materials fuel beneficial bacteria and fungi in your root zone.
When you’ve installed beneficial bacteria and fungi in your root zone, they thrive best when they have externally-provided carbos to feed on.
Beneficial bacteria and fungi increase root mass, increase nutrient absorption, protect roots, and produce hormones that stimulate floral size, potency and value.
So now that you’ve seen how to use the right kinds of carbos to provide energy and root enhancement, what else can you do to create gourmet flowers with enhanced taste, size, potency, and aroma?
As it turns out, by providing the list of carbo sources we just discussed, you’re also enhancing the taste and aroma of your plants.
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