Ingredients of Green Sensation
Green sensation contains NPK (0-9-10), Phosphorous 9%, Potassium 10%. It is worth noting that green sensation is low in Phosphorus and Potassium as over-fertilization is not good for plant quality. Despite not being organic Green Sensation wouldn’t disturb soil life and will not hinder organic farming. As you use Green Sensation, be cautious by wearing protective clothing and eyewear since it irritates the eye and skin. Keep away from children.
Benefits of Green Sensation
The 4 in 1 combo packed by Green Sensation from Plagron puts it ahead of other enzymes and boosters in the market. It also makes the need for flowering stimulators or additives such as PK 13-14 obsolete. By incorporating Green Sensation into your farming kit, you can realize up to a 50% reduction in fertilizer usage depending on the substrate type. The virtue of the fact that it is low in Phosphorus and Potassium aids in preventing over-fertilization fostering good plant quality. Green Sensation fuses well with other fertilizers. To help you actualize these gains as a grower Plagron’s solution is Green Sensation obtainable at Holland High Webshop.
Use and Storage of Green Sensation
Green Sensation is applied 4-6 weeks of the flowering stage; it is no cakewalk, as it irritates the eyes and skin when it comes to contact. Wear protective clothing and eyewear too. Shake the container well. Then proceed to mix with water (1:1000) which is a maximum of 1 ml of Green Sensation added to one litre of water. Proceed to add the base fertilizer until the desired EC value is obtained. EC value is the salt concentration in nutrient or substrate solution. It is an indicator of whether your plants are receiving high portions of essential nutrients. Transport in an upright position and store in a dimmed place away from direct sunlight. The place should also have a temperature range of 0-30 degrees Celsius.