Plant Magic Oldtimer Organic Bloom


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Plant Magic Oldtimer Organic Bloom

1 Litre

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Oldtimer is Plant Magic's organic range nutrients. Oldtimer Bloom is an organic base nutrient for the flowering phase. The blend of high quality ingredients promotes strong healthy growth and gives a noticeable improvements to taste, smell and the overall quality of your crop.

How It Works

By using only the very best organic components helps to ensure outstanding results are achieved from Oldtimer Bloom. The carefully balanced nutrient profile helps to feed and nourish your growing media and root zone. This allows your plant to quickly access the nutrients it needs, when it needs them. As well as it provides an additional food source for the beneficial microbes in the soil which in turn help to improve root growth and health.

How To Use Plant Magic Oldtimer Bloom

Plant Magic Oldtimer Bloom should be used on soil-grown plants throughout the flowering stage as your base nutrient. The Plant Magic nutrient schedule recommends using Oldtimer Bloom from week 3 of flowering until flush at a rate of 3-4ml per litre.

As with all organic products we highly recommend using Ecothrive Neutralise to remove potentially harmful chlorine and other contaminants from your water and therefore maximise your results.

Unlike some other organic brands on the market Oldtimer Bloom is able to be used in automated watering systems including drippers. However extra care and attention should always be taken to check for blockages in your pipework which can still occur. Always use a recirculating pump in the reservoir when using organic nutrients to help prevent this.

Oldtimer Bloom is best combined with the other organic products in the Plant Magic range; Oldtimer Grow and Oldtimer PK.

Plant Magic Oldtimer Bloom is available in 1L and 5L bottles.


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  • How often to feed in bloom, as leaves going pale.??

    Hi there,

    This depends on where in flower you currently are. Should your crop be fading during the last two weeks of flower then this is perfectly normally. If this is not the case and you are in the early to mid stages of flower, then we would advise slightly increasing the base nutrient dosage and seeing if this provides an increase in your plant's health. We would also advise that you ensure your pH, EC and environmental factors are all steady and within the required threshold.

    Kind Regards,

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