Terra Max
Terra Max
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Terra Max

ATAMI
8.00€
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Description

Terra Max is a professional fertiliser of the line ATA, which offers Dutch manufacturer Atami fertilizer to encourage flowering marijuana plants.

We can apply this nutrient throughout the flowering stage least 2 weeks before harvest. The result is visible faster, grow bigger buds and leaves and flowers are filled with resin.

Más información

Applications:
It may be applied daily to the irrigation water throughout the duration of flowering.

Growing tip:
It is ideal for crops on soil, if it is light and lime-rich soil, will give us even better results.

Dosage:
As a dietary supplement: 1-5 ml per liter of nutrient solution.

Data sheet

New product
Cultivation phase
Flowering
Type of crop
Soil
Brands
ATAMI

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