Hey guys, I use nitrozime for clones, it works great but since it is 0-4-4, I was thinking of using it as a foliar spray on flowering plants. . . Has anyone used it for this specific purpose, or used it for flowering at all?
Yes Canna, kelp extracts such as Nitrozyme are used in combination with anti-gibberellin products such as Bush Master during flowering. Kelp extract is also contained in a product called Gravity, which is used midway through flowering.
Last edited by gunnaknow; 08-04-2007 at 11:02 AM..
This is one of the best products out there. I spend da $ and pour it in at 10ml/gal once a week, throughout. I would not cut this out of my regimen, even though I smell Molasses in there, and I may be paying a lot for a household product.
Adds sweetness, juiciness, and general health.
Have heard it said that a product like Hydroguard (B. Subtillis) will kill the beneficial microbes in Nitrozyme, so one would simply need to "re-innoculate," after using B. Sub....
Have seen no stretch, or anything to indicate it is anything but 100% helping the organism to kick ass.
Last edited by icysurfer; 08-05-2007 at 07:21 PM..
hydroguard does not kill beneficial bennies. SM-90 does.
Nitrozime is not a molasses based product. It's a super strong kelp product with tons of auxins. I don't recommend to use it after week 4 or 5 of flower...but hey...if you're gettin results...go for it.
Do any of you know the concentrate % of kelp in nitrozime?
Nope...but am sure there are similar products for less dinero. The thing you have to keep in mind about the extraction process is depending on how you do it will affect the final product...meaning all extracts are not the same and you can concentrate certain compounds or others. Not saying Nitrozyme is unique in some way but just for conversation.
Nitrozime is not just a kelp product. The stuff is great at creating new shoots and root development. You only need to use a little of nitrozime at a time. You can go ahead and add your kelp product on top of the nitrozime. Regular kelp doesn't do the magic nitrozime does.
Try this on just one of your plants(be sure to label it). When the flowers start to appear nicely around week 3...foliar spray that plant with nitrozime. About a 1/4 tsp per litre of water. Then spray that same plant once a week for the next two weeks. Then no more nitrozime. See if you notice a difference at harvest time. This experiment will only work with clones to get a true idea of nitrozime's ability.
Last edited by suburbanhomeboy; 08-07-2007 at 02:28 AM..