How to use BioBizz nutrients? Mr Bloom educates us on how to use the organic range effectively from seed to harvest while visiting our store in South Africa.
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Basically, the next question would be: how does one use entire range from start to finish to maximize your yield and potential?
And the customers want to grow those fragrant flowers and juicy tomatoes. How do they do that?
Okay, let me start a little bit. In the beginning, of course, most people may be already familiar with the Grow Bloom and the Fish-Mix.
I will touch the again, but let’s start and basically at the beginning.
There`s four products that we are going to have registered in South Africa: Root juice, Top-Max, BIO-Heaven and Activera
There’s also a product of ours called Alg-A-Mic, but this one we`re not going to put in registration in South Africa for the simple fact that you have a very good quality
organic alternative over here already, which called Kelpak. So, we said “Ok, we`re going to leave that one out”.
So, if you’re going to start from beginning until the end, of course, key thing is: First that you germinate your seeds in substrate which is suitable for that.
You know, like a jiffy plug, like a coco peat or whatever, you know.
In those early stages there is not much of biobizz that you would need. But as soon as you start developing a root complex, of course, root juice is the product that you are thinking of first.
Root juice, I`m sorry, but I cannot show you a bottle right now, but Root juice is basically a combination of some humic acids and some seaweeds to help this initial
roots start grabbing soil and developing in the natural way. Besides that, there is a product that I do have with me, which is Activera. And Activera is basically a newest product,
it is made from aloe-vera extract and this is a product that you use in a specific way, depending on what type of substrate you are using for your cultivation.
Now, essentially, while I was here in South Africa, I`ve already basically was ready to determine the different types of substrate that people are using for the early veg and for the complete cycle.
There’s a substrate that based on peat moss. There is a substrate that based on coco peat, that have maybe some additional perlite and there are substrates that are based on coco perlite, but with additional organic material, such as worm humus, spore elements and organic fertilizer.
Now, if you have these three different types of substrates, root juice works on all of them. When you are working with a coco peat based substrate, that has no genuine micro life, because coco peat by itself is inert. you know, there’s not really a micro life in there. So, if you want organic material to work in a coco peat, you know, you will need to have enzyme based product to make sure that organic material becomes assimilated.