A high performance bloom additive that assists with the delivery of carbohydrates, macro and micro-elements to flowering plants. It contains a blend of potassium and phosphorus which are key elements for developing fruits and flowers. By adding C4 will help to satisfy the needs for increased levels P and K that are needed during flowering and help to provide an energy source to strong growth. Plants will produce heavier yields with better overall quality with the addition of C4 to their nutrient schedule.
How It Works
The middle stage of bloom is arguably the most important period in terms of flower and fruit development, essentially if you get this stage right then your plants will be able to produce the very best results at the end of the cycle. Flower development requires a lot from the plant in order for it to reach it's full potential and adding C4 is a great way to achieve this. Firstly it delivers added carbohydrates to your plants, this has two positive effects on them; an increase in energy to allow for greater levels of photosynthesis and also an increase in BRIX levels which is directly linked to the levels of sugar and thus the overall taste of your fruits. Secondly is the presence of potassium and phosphorus in this nutrient additive, the demand for these two elements is far greater in flower and by supplementing them ensures the plants needs are met at all times and in turn the best flower development is achieved. Finally C4 contains a range of bio-stimulants, these help to increase growth rates and the resistance to stress and disease.
How To Use Mills C4
Mills C4 is designed for use during the middle stage of flowering; weeks 3-6. It is suitable for use on all types of growing medium as well in any hydroponic or watering system. The Mills feed chart suggests a dose of between 0.5-1.5ml per litre of water.
This product works well when combined with other additives from the Mills Nutrients range such as Vitalize and Ultimate PK.
Mills C4 is available in 1L and 5L bottles.
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