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Growing Edge Technologies has over 15 years of practical experience in ml increase deliveries of plant foods and you should be taking advantages of these exceptional yields. The more plant food that we can properly get into a plant the higher the yields will be. But we must make sure that the plant is up taking these minerals not just sitting in saturated nutrients with unbalanced minerals. Our chemist has taken many leaf tissue analysis to achieve proper formulation of minerals; we do not recommend you trying this method with any other brand of nutrients.

What truly make’s The Aroma Formula unique is all the variables that can be done with this nutrient. No other nutrient offers as much versatility. Never again waste your nutrients, when plants are small they do not need 1000 plus ppm or high EC constant. Start slow delivering a light nutrient that is increased to your plants every 4 day’s, this allows the plants to adjust to stronger feed levels literally increasing your yields. Some plants like to be fed less than other’s and The Aroma Formula allows you to build up food levels to each and every Plant’s requirement.

The reason we recommend this push of your plants is, that depending on the conditions your plants are growing in, have all the variables that we cannot judge, as a manufacture of quality plant foods we know this and just feeding your garden X Y Z of our formula will not suffice. We would need your input to achieve maximum yields. So we designed The Aroma Formula to be a very special formula for you. To give you an idea of what we are doing follow this. If a plant is growing under weak lights then the driving force of the plant is not being met and the plant will not need to assume plenty of elements. But if growing under very strong light then the driving force is increased causing the plant to uptake much more mineral elements. All these factors must be met for optimal yields, temperatures, humidity, light, air movement, available Co2, type of growing medium, volume of nutrient solution all have an effect on your yield and I for one never went to your facility to learn these thing, instead we made the perfect formula for you to work with.

If you happen to be gardening out doors in full sun light we recommend that you double all The Aroma Formula ML’s or more to reach maximum plant yield.

Have you ever read on a package of seed that it will take XX to ZZ amount of days before harvest? The reason is that none of us can predict what the growing conditions are that the plants will be put under. The Aroma Formula will allow you to find that perfect feed plan for your growing conditions.

We have provide 4 grow charts giving a sample feed history 1 for Soil and 1 for Hydroponics and the other’s for you to fill out for your own particular way of growing. We left all the additives on as they do not need much tweaking use as they are.

Welcome to a different way of growing tried and true!

The Aroma Formula consists of 5 bottles, 2 for Vegetation VA & VB, 2 for flowering FA & FB and one that is used between the 2 stages of growth MB. Within these five bottles you can manipulate your nutrient formula for your plants in a way that no other plant food can. The combination of mineral elements that are in each bottle allow for precise delivery of plant foods. Because the Micro elements do not need to fluctuate in strength we always keep them stable, at 4 mls per 1 liter of water. The other 4 bottles VA VB and FA FB are Macro elements that are necessary in larger amounts by the plant and can be increased just like the PK formulas that you love so much.

For best result follow these guide lines!

Hydroponics; All measurements are per 10 liters of water. Small plants use at least 1 liter of water per plant and for your larger plants use at least 10 liters of water per plant based on a 4 day nutrient exchange.

Soil; mix The Aroma Formula into 15 liters of water instead of the 10 liters for hydroponics, completely wet the soil. Use a container that will support at least 1 gallon of growing medium per month of growth minimum. Use enough growing medium that allows the soil to dry out within 3 - 4 days. This may mean increasing the size of growing container as the plant grows. Make sure the plant is in its final growing container at least 3 - 5 days before flowering starts. You do not want to lose valuable flowering time while the plant adjusts to its new container.

The Aroma Formula usage!

Each bottle has been carefully engineered to be accurate in delivery. We start your garden off using only 24 ml of the Veg A & B formula along with 40 ml of MB per every 10 liters of water. Adjust pH to 6.1 before adding the MB, this ensures that the Micro elements are not damaged from high pH swings. Once the pH is set add the 40 ml’s of MB per the same 10 liters for all your nutrient solution. Keep increasing the strength of the A & B formulation as you grow. Once you have decided to flower your plants start The Aroma Formula’s flowering feed by increasing the delivery of the A & B bottles FA & FB by 2 ml’s over where you left off in vegetation then set the pH to 5.7. Now add the 40 ml’s of MB per every 10 liters of your nutrient solution. Feed for 4 days before changing the nutrient solution.

Always monitor the leaf color of your plants light green/yellow increase plant food by 2 or more ml, deep green back off on delivery of the A & B formula. Always feed plants with 40 ml’s of MB per 10 liters of water. As long as your plants are growing happily keep increasing the A & B formula. If your leaves are light green/yellow increase the A & B formula by 4 to 6 ml’s per your 10 liters of water. If plant leaves have dark color leaves then decrease the amount of the A & B solution. When you have an understanding of the different strengths of the A & B that can be applied to your plants you will want to try and get a holding pattern. Just before you apply to much A & B level off feed and hold allowing plants to acclimatize to nutrient strength.

pH and ppm going up in value.

Plants are happily feeding and growing as long as the pH rises once pH has risen by .5 in pH value change the reservoir even if it is before the reservoir change date. Your plants have been very actively feeding and no sense in raising pH as this will change what your plants have been feeding on. Also most of freely available mineral elements have been utilized. No sense slowing down growth potential. Change the nutrients! Another mistake is usually done at this time, plants have been consuming water and the ppm is still okay. But it is not, the water and mineral elements is actually condensed. (Fig. 1 at bottom of all in fo) What happens is we started with 1000 ppm and let’s just say no plants have ever touched this new nutrient solution and half the water evaporated away what is the ppm? It would be double to 2000 ppm because half the water is used and no mineral elements would leave with the evaporated water. Now when your plants have been fed this water nutrient solution the plants use some elements and some of the water giving false readings. What we need to do is fill back up the reservoir to the full level and calculate how much ppm was in refill water against what percentage of plant food was used. Just as a reminder, keep your reservoir filled to the fill line after you have fed your garden and before taking a reading of your ppm.

pH falling in value.

If the pH falls from the set pH point then your garden is under attack from pathogens and we can fix the problem of poor yields before we harvest our garden. If your plants fall under attack from pathogens then it is time to use Rocket Power. Rocket Power is built from lab grade fertilizers and if the plant has any life left in it Rocket Power will cause the plant to start growing again. If there is no life left in the plant then Rocket Power will cause the plant to use up what is left of its sugars and starches faster than they can reproduce them, they will unfortunately die. This only happens when plants have been improperly looked after.

There is a little bit of extra work with The Aroma Formula but the yields and flavor are unparalleled to any other nutrient that we have ever been tested against. You can read the health of your plants; encourage them to yield more by increasing the plant food to your garden.

Each time you grow with The Aroma Formula keep a diary of your growth spurts and slow downs and be ready to increase or decrease ml’s before these critical growth times on your next grow. By knowing when to manipulate your garden in this manner you will greatly increase your yields.

Questions before you have any.

Q) How much artificial light is enough?

A) Minimum amount of light recommended is 35 watts per square foot. Maximum amount of light is 55 watts per square foot.

Take the length X width = divided by the wattage of lamp as long as total growing area is no more than 4 feet high. If higher you may need to double lighting or hang CF lights around plants to cover the extra cube of area.

Example 4 feet X 4feet = 16 divided by lamp wattage 600 watts = 37.5 watts of light per square footage.

Q) What is the best way to pH my nutrient solution?

WARNING! Do not use pH down 85% dilute first before adding.

Take the volume of tap water you need and take the first reading with no mineral elements added. Say it is pH 7.7 add all the ingredients except MB into your nutrient solution and the pH should of drop by about 1 whole pH value, now reading pH 6.7. The pH value we want is pH 6.1 for vegetation stage. We need to lower the pH from 6.7 to pH 6.1. Now this is the best way, we know we needed to lower nutrient solution by .6 pH value let’s now do this with NO FERTILIZERS in tap water. Lower the volume of your tap water by the .6 from 7.7 to 7.1 add the same amount of nutrients and your pH should end up at 6.1pH. By lowering the pH of the water first there are no mineral elements to damage.

Q) What equipment do I use to get the best nutrient readings so I know I am not feeding my plants to strong of a nutrient solution?

A) Growing Edge Technologies recommends using a PPM with a point .5 calibration. There is great confusion with EC / PPM / mS/cm. The biggest part of the confusion is within the .5 or .7 multiplier if were to take 100 and multiply it by .5 we get 50 and if we multiply the same 100 by .7 we get 70 and since the difference of 20 between the two is enough to make plants hungry or over fed which do we use. This also helps those who like the EC as who knows what the difference in value is between the 2 multiplier points.

So we will try to explain what is the difference is between the 3 measuring devises.

This way we know you are starting off with the right amount of plant food in your nutrient solution.

Q) Soil watering, feeding your plants from the top or from the bottom which is better?

A) TOP; GET recommends that you feed from the top, by pouring your nutrient solution over the top of soil allows for nutrient water to leach some of the salts out of the soil. It is highly recommended to recover at least 10 percent of the solution out the bottom drainage holes. This flushes the growing medium trying to stop buildup of mineral salts.

BOTTOM; If you feed from the bottom nutrient water is absorbed by the soil and the wicking effect causes salt build up at top of soil. If you see white crystals on surface of soil these crystals could be affecting your plants health. GET has seen stems at the soil line that have been eaten by the acids in these crystals.

Both ways remove any excess water around the drainage holes these holes allow air into pots letting plants breathe.

Best soil make up.

Peat and or Sphagnum moss mixed together with vermiculite and perlite as air and water holding properties Rockwool chunks are great also. Per 100 liters of this mix add.

1 to 2 cups fine Domite Lime. This adds Calcium and Magnesium and will not burn roots.

1 cup of fine powder Kelp any product with liquid kelp is acceptable.

1 cup of Bat Guano.

Some of this information might seem like it is for beginners, but, experts will get an understanding of why they may have been doing certain practices to get high yields.

We understand through hydroponics that plant use about 200 ppm of nutrient salts per 4 days during active growth stages. If we take that thought and apply it to soil growing medium here’s what happens.

If we use 900 ppm of feed per watering.

Day 1 Feed nutrient solution 900 ppm

Plants feed on in 4 days -200 ppm

Equals = 700 ppm left in soil

Day 4 Feed nutrient solution 900 ppm

Add what’s left plus feed =1600 ppm

Plants feed on in 4 days -200 ppm

Equals =1400 ppm left in soil

Day 8 Feed nutrient solution +900 ppm

Equals =2300 ppm

Plants feed on in 4 days -200 ppm

Equals =2100 ppm left in soil

Day 12 feed nutrient solution 900 ppm

Add what’s left plus feed =3000 ppm

Plants feed on in 4 days -200 ppm

Equals =2800 ppm left in soil

This is after 4 feeding in 12 days and there is still approximately 60 days left to grow. Now if we were to leach the soil every time we fed nutrients to the soil and allow a greater than 10% run off we can keep mineral elements closer to the ideal formula. Do not leach with plain water, this leaves lots of plant food then removes plant food not letting us know what is in the soil. This is why Hydroponics is a better way to grow, each nutrient change will act like a leach.

Following is a list of mineral elements and a description of what each of these mineral elements do within a plant. Plus what the e style="font-size: small;">nzymeor amino acids do. Along with some of the functions of a plant.

You can buy all of these chemicals but you should not play with all of them, some cause a plant to revert to another sex, others will shorten or elongate your plants branching, others will delay or hasten ripening, yet some will increase your yield dramatically. Some are used for getting plants to flower at specific times, have you ever wondered why all those Easter Lillys are all flowering at a certain time. It is not from just planting a seed on a certain date, because as mentioned earlier not all conditions in every greenhouse is the same. Some chemicals (not the ones on the periotic chart of chemistry) are very dangerous to our health if not used correctly. Some of these chemicals are being used by unscrupulous plant food manufactures to get certain results from their nutrients and can be putting you in serious harm’s way. This is why we provided this section to you. So you can understand what is going on in a plant.

Mineral elements from the atmosphere.

Carbon is used with Calcium to form all cell structures of a plant. Carbon makes up 50 % of the dry weight of plants. Carbon is the only element that is not used in the make up of a nutrient solution. Carbon is brought in from the leaves and roots.

Hydrogen is used with Oxygen to create water which keeps the structure of the plant from collapsing. Hydrogen has a important role in cation exchange in plant soil relations.

Oxygen plays a very important role in plants, H2O, C02, N03, P2O5, K2O and so on. Because Oxygen is a key component of Water making up 88.81 percent of its content it plays a very important role in plants. Oxygen carries anion exchange between the external medium and the roots, also between the atmosphere and the leaves. It is free and you should be using it, Dissolved Oxygen can be produced by simply lifting water out of itself and forced back into water breaking the surface tension. This allows plenty of Dissolved Oxygen back into the water. You can also use an air pump that is attached to a device that will break up the bubbles into small bubbles. As each bubble will break the surface tension of the water and put back an atom of dissolved Oxygen into your water.

Mineral elements from the growing medium.

Nitrogen builds amino acids, proteins, chlorophyll reaction, nucleotides that are the nucleic acids. Helps to synthesize amino acids, catalysts for other nutrients.

Phosphorous is present in key biological molecules as in nucleic acids, phospholipids, sugar phosphates, co-enzymes and the ATP. High concentrations are found in flowers, fruit and seeds. Stimulates root formation and blossom set.

Potassium is used in controlling the turgor pressure of the guard cells that regulate the opening and closing of the guard cells and brings carbon Dioxide into the plant. Also affects 60 or more enzymes. Increases size and quality of fruit and grains

increases sugar production in plants.

Calcium is used in the middle lamellae, basically separates plant cell walls. There is not a single cell that does not contain calcium. With out calcium plants would not be able to grow, is used with Carbon Dioxide to keep physical integrity of membranes

Magnesium is used as part of Chlorophyll A and B molecule. Magnesium a metal atom which is at the center of a complex ring structure (Porphyrin ring) consists of alternating single and double carbon bonds. All the light except between wavelengths of 500 and 600 nanometers excite electrons of the magnesium atom, which are then channeled away through the carbon bond.

Sulfur is incorporated into several compounds including, proteins, amino acids, coenzyme A found in all living cells, vitamin B1 thiamine and biotin. Sulfur in adequate supply improves chlorophyll reaction and the size and health of roots.

Iron acts as an oxygen carrier and as an enzyme catalyst is an essential part of the cytochromes which acts as an electron carriers, iron is a critical component of chlorophyll synthesis, protein synthesis and respiration. Iron prevents manganese toxicity. Potential hydrogen pH is critical to iron as pH above 7 allows iron to combine readily with phosphates, carbonates and hydroxyl ions, for best absorption of iron keep below pH 6.5.

Chlorine does not need to be added to any nutrient formulation as enough will be available from the source salts of other elements. Chlorine appears to be an enzyme actuator in photosynthesis, releasing oxygen from water. Chlorine helps with drought resistance as its effect on tissue water content.

Copper is used in the synthesis of chlorophyll, as an electron carrier and synthesis of certain enzymes. Copper also helps in the disease resistance of plants, polyphenol oxidase, possible nitrate reductase (a enzyme) and N2 fixation. Aids in seed formation, root growth and enzyme action in respiration.

Manganese activates enzymes in the fatty-acid synthesis, the enzymes responsible for DNA and RNA formation. Works directly in the photosynthetic production of O2 from H2O. Is involved in carbohydrate metabolism and chlorophyll formation. Manganese plays an important role with Nitrogen and root aeration. Enzyme activator for nitrogen, helps in breakdown of carbohydrates and is necessary for seed germination.

Zinc acts as regulating catalyst an enzyme actuator required for the formation of the growth hormone indoleacetic acid, activates the enzymes alcohol dehydrogenase, lactic acid dehydrogenase, glutamic acid dehydrogenase and carboxypeptidase. Essential for early growth and maturity, helps in consumption of sugars. With higher light levels plants will absorb more Zinc which will result with higher metabolic activity.

Molybdenum acts as an electron carrier in the conversion of nitrate/ammonium and carbohydrate processes. It is a enzyme coordinating catalyst. Required for utilization of nitrogen.

Boron influences the ratio in which anions and cations are absorbed by the plant roots. Nitrogen metabolisms, carbohydrate, cell protoplasm, the formation of pectic substances in cell walls are all influenced by boron. Aids in the maturity of fruit and seeds.

Silica; Potassium Silicate is used primarily by grasses which stops its destruction by eaters, also helps cucumbers as resistance to fungal infection. Silicone is used for support strengthen tissues.

Potassium Silicate creates high pH which can play havoc within your nutrient solution.

Colbalt; is used by nitrogen fixing bacteria to help with legumes.

Nickel; is essential for urease enzyme. Is essential for soya beans growth.

Platinum may be used to increase plant growth, but beware improper amounts are extremely toxic to plants.

Vanadium can replace molybdenum.

Seaweed; contains all minerals, vitamins and 21 amino acids all in chelated form.

Different cells that a plant produces.

Epidermis layer is the skin of a plant.

Trichomes grow on the outside of the epidermis layer of leaves and stem and play a major role in regulating plants temperature.


Guard cells come in pairs and are on each side of the opening that makeup the stoma. They control the loss of oxygen, carbon dioxide and water by opening and closing. Environmental conditions such as draught and rain, “humidity” govern there response.

Vascular tissue is the plant plumbing system veins, consisting of strands of elongated cells that conduct water with dissolved minerals from near the tips of roots up to the leaves which manufacture carbohydrates then transports them back throughout the plant. Without the vascular tissue plants could not get water, nutrients and carbohydrates throughout the plant to build its different structures.

Xylem cells (tissue) move water with dissolved minerals upward in plants. Xylem are composed of several cell types; tracheids, vessel elements, parenchyma cells and fiber form the xylem cells.

Phloem cells are different in some types of plants than others they will have sieve cells or sieve-tube members. Phloem cells conduct sugars, starches and carbohydrates from the manufactured sites (leaves) throughout the plant. The phloem cells consist of sieve cells and are roughly the same size as each other and occur end to end that conduct processed sugars, carbohydrates and starches.

Tracheids (are elongated) water flows from tracheids to tracheids through openings called pits in there secondary walls. Vessel elements also have pits but also have definite openings in there end walls that water flows through there continuous linkage.

Phototropism plants bend in order to follow the light source to get the most energy from the light.

Growth hormones that plant makes are natural only when the plant makes them. Do not get them confused with manmade extracts that are used to get certain traits from a plant as these can cause unwanted reactions within your body.

Dioxins, are organic chemicals that contain chlorine and when burnt produces super toxic chemicals, these organic chemicals can cause serious human health issues even at a rate of around 3 parts per trillion. Be aware of what you are giving to your plants. Some chemicals are safe to use but when burnt produces very unsafe compounds. Be aware of what you buy.

Cytokinins a plant hormone, is made in the roots, it is necessary for cell division producing similar cells (mitosis) with the same number of chromosomes, cytokinins also promote lateral branching. Opposite to auxins, where auxins retard lateral branching and promote root branching, cytokinins promote branching and retard root branching.

Gibberellins are man made and were first found in a fungus (gibberella) that caused elongation in rice. Gibberellins are used to promote internode elongation, flowering and seed germination. Gibberellins should not be used in any plant material to be consumed. Natural producing gibberellins are produced in the apical parts of shoots and roots. Along with auxin they control the elongation of stems.

Ethylene is produced during ripening of fruit, many commercial shipping companies will use carbon dioxide to slow down ripening of fruit and then use ethylene to force ripening of the fruit.

Ethylene is a simple gaseous hydrocarbon that is responsible for hastening the ripening of fruit and the dropping of flowers and leaves from plants.

Abscisic acid is made in mature green leaves, fruits and in the root caps. It stimulates leaves to age and fall off. Abscisic acid suppresses growth and elongation of buds, it also counter reacts the elongation of gibberellins and auxins that slow down aging of plants.

There are thousands of different types of enzymes, enzymes are used to accelerate the chemical reaction, they lower the activation energy to allow new bonds to form, but are not used up in the reaction and are reused repeatedly. Enzymes can speed up the reaction rate by 10 mil1ion times. Enzyme are globular proteins and each has it own shape that allows only certain molecules to fit. Globular proteins have indentations on there surface that do not retain there shape and will adjust its shape slightly to create a better fit, these sites are called substrate that the enzyme molecule acts.

When a substrate molecule has nudged up against the molecule, separation of the bond will be stressed or distorted to break the particular bond. Amino acids side groups are placed against certain bonds of the substrate to lower the amount of activation energy to break that bond. Each enyzyme will only fit certain molecules. Enzyme reaction may proceed in either direction to form or separate bonds. When no enzyme is present the bonding process is much slower.

Amino Acids are small molecules containing an amino group, a carboxyl group, a hydrogen atom and a side group designated R all bound to a central carbon atom. Each amino acid is determined by the side group R and where they are positioned. There are many different amino acids but only 20 are used in proteins. A protein is made up of amino acids formed in a long chain and can be made up of any sequence. Because amino acids may very in their placement, a protein of 100 amino acids could possibly have 1 of 20100 different properties to make up a protein and 1 change of position of a single amino acid could affect the type of protein subtly or dramatically.

If you want to know what you N P K means in nutrients here are the formulas.

What does the 20 – 20 - 20 mean; Nitrogen is always expressed as it’s percentage so 20 is 20% Nitrogen, but the P and K are expressed as P2O5 and K is expressed as K2O so what does this means.


P2O5 take the atomic weight of

P 30.973762 X 2 = 61.947

O 15.9994 X 5 = 79.997

61.947 + 79.997 = 141.944 Now we have to divide the 2 atoms of P = 61.947 by the total of the P2O5 which is 141.94 so 61.947 / 141.94 = 0.43681 rounded up to .44 now multiply .44 X the20 = 8.8% Phosphorous


K2O take the atomic weight of

K2 39.0983 X 2 = 78.1966

O 15.9994 X 1 = 15.9994

78.1966 + 15.9994 = 94.196 Now we have to divide the 2 atoms of K = 78.1966 by the total of K2O which is 94.196 so 78.1966 / 94.196 = .83014 now multiply .83014 X the 20 = 16.6028 % Potash

You got that now all clear in your head this can help explain how minerals move across the cell membrane.

Above how mineral elements move across the root cells, a carrier is needed to transport mineral elements through the roots epidermal layers. Once a carrier has transported mineral elements into the root it is free to carry more elements in to root.

(fig. 1 below)

There is many other things to understand when growing plants indoors, we have taken over for nature and must supply everything that mother-nature can give from this giant bio sphere we call earth.

There are specific requirements to get a plant to grow and bloom. Just because you give your plants some where in between these tolerances does not guarantee a plant will grow to its full potential. It can take years to create that special formula and The Aroma Formula has over 15 years of perfecting it formulation.

The following information is provided to give you an idea of the tolerances that a plant can live within.


  • Carbon © = 250 - 1,700 ppm
  • Hydrogen (H) = 50 - 70 ppm
  • Oxygen (O) = 350 - 500 ppm
  • Growing medium
  • Macro Elements
  • Nitrogen (N) = 125 - 950 ppm
  • Phosphorus (P) = 45 - 125 ppm
  • Potassium (K) = 75 - 425 ppm
  • Calcium (Ca) = 75 - 350 ppm
  • Magnesium (Mg) = 25 - 125 ppm
  • Sulphur (S) = 150 - 900 ppm
  • Chlorine (Cl) = 5 - 75 ppm

Micro Elements

  • Iron (Fe) = 20 - 150 ppm
  • Boron (B) = 4 - 40 ppm
  • Zinc (Zn) = 4 - 35 ppm
  • Copper (Cu) = 4 - 50 ppm
  • Manganese (Mn) = 1 - 35 ppm
  • Molybdenum (Mo) = 1- 15 ppm

Special note* dissolved Oxygen in water 2 ppm to 18 ppm over 18 is very detrimental to plants.

How to understand ppm 0.0007 = 7 ppm, 100.0007 = 7 ppm

How to understand ppm 0.0015 = 15 ppm, 100.0015 = 15 ppm.

Power Thrive

Power Thrive is not just a plant food; it is a carefully formulated blend of vitamin’s and natural plant hormones for use during all phases of plant development. Our chemist has discovered a unique way of extracting the valuable growth potential from kelp, one of the world's fastest growing plants. Power Thrive helps your plants survive during stressful periods of growth, especially when starting seeds, transplanting, or taking cuttings. Power Thrive also ensures stronger, more vigorous vegetative growth and when used during the flowering cycle, will result in more vibrant blooms and improved fruit quality!

Power to Bloom & Umph Power

How to use Power to Bloom & Umph Power together

Your plants are growing and have no flowers. Once the flowers start, you will notice they flowers start forming slowly at first. As the days go by they will be forming faster and faster, at a certain stage the flowers will seem to explode on the plant. This should happen around the 3rd week, it is at this stage that we want to make sure that Power to Bloom is in the growing medium 4 days later mist plants with Umph Power. Repeat application of each at the 5th week.

Power to Bloom

Power to Bloom just another plant food NO! Power to Bloom is a proven flower enhancer. When plants are flowering heavy, they can utilize the free flowering nutrients faster than they are being delivered. It is at these critical moments that Power to Bloom is added to your plant food regime. Usually taking place around the 3rd and 5th week of flowering. All plants have their own rhythm learn when your garden goes into heavey flowering. Now for an added boost try Umph Power.

Umph Power

Umph Power give’s your plants that added flavor by increasing the oil content on your plants. Gardens can quickly utilize the free available mineral elements from your nutrient solution. By foliar misting your plants you will give key minerals that a plant needs to produce everything that it can. It’s cheap and it works, try it you will like it.


The Rinse Solution is designed to leach nutrients out of plants that contain abnormally high amounts of fertilizer salts’ that are a week away from harvest. As a result a superior taste is created, leaving behind that all too familiar bitter nutrient taste. The Rinse Solution has been formulated with vitamins and carbohydrates to promote plant growth while maintaining plant vigor. Normally when we flush our plants with plain water, the plants must use stored up carbohydrates and vitamins depleting the much needed elements required by plants to fuel itself for the final week. The Rinse Solution helps to supply the plants with enough fuel and energy while at the same time forcing it to utilize the fertilizer salts that are still within the plant. The result is a plant that remains healthy during it’s rinse period, but at the same time leaching out the nutrients to create a superior tasting product.

 Let’s Start Let’s Flower Let’s Fruit The Let’s Garden series

Let's Garden Series is specifically developed to increase plant vigor and help reduce the yield robbing effects of stress on any crop. Let’s Start (seedling & growth), Let's Flower (budding & flowering) and Let's Fruit (fruit set & ripening). Stress is not limited to water, nutrients, or environmental conditions. Normal plant growth; cell division, germination, root development, branching, leaf production, flowering set, are some of the major stress factors governing a plant. Most plants go through similar types of stress that result in lack of yield and/or quality. Increasing health and vigor enhances the plant's ability to overcome stress. Growth and yields of the plant are governed by any nutrient in the least supply, not by those in abundant supply. Complete formulation of instantly assimilated primary and secondary plant nutrients makes them immediately available to the plant.

Rocket Power

We all know that humans get sick; we also know that animals get sick, but what about plants, after all they are living cells also. Now, when the plant is sick, does the plant just stop growing or absorbing water? No. If a plant is under attack by viruses or diseases, the plant will secrete a solution that lowers the pH of the surrounding area, in its attempt to kill the pathogen. In hydroponics, the pH of the nutrient solution will fall and other plants in the hydroponic system might get infected because of the interconnecting tubing. The pH will crash even faster, depending on the volume of water. All of this means lower yields. What do I do if I notice the pH dropping and I want high yields? Once the pH starts to drop, it is time for ROCKET POWER. Our ROCKET POWER is designed to give the plant such a kick-start, that the plant will have to restart growing again. If the plant does not start to grow again and all conditions have been provided, then we suggest to G.E.T. a new plant to start growing again. Caution do not use on healthy plants.