Make sure your grow is solid as a rock when blooming

by Christina Molcillo January 20, 2020

Make sure your grow is solid as a rock when blooming

Professional growers work hard every season to make sure that whatever they’ve planted – fruits, vegetables, flowers, or grains – are given the best possible soils, nutrients, and hands-on care to ensure a successful grow. This includes pest and weed control, watering schedules, and ensuring everything stays on schedule. As professionals, this is all done not just because they love growing, but because it’s how they make a living.

Farmland

Depending on your plants to grow to make ends meet can be stressful, to say the very least! One of the things that these agriculturalists want to make certain is that their plants have the best yields they can get at harvest time. This begins with the soil; making sure there’s a healthy rhizosphere around the roots, and continues with proper nutrients throughout the vegetative stage of the sprouts.

Sproutlings

While sprouts are important, the final yield is what growers are keeping their fingers crossed for. If there’s anyway to make sure that they have more fruits, grains, and bigger flowers to sell all the hard work will pay for itself! Fortunately, the innovators at Growth Science know this, and they’ve developed Rock Solid to boost and accelerate flower site development.

Rock Solid

While there are products that can turn adding nutrients a multi-step process, Rock Solid is a bloom booster built for ease of use. The only thing a grower needs to do is apply Rock Solid during the flowering cycle to help improve resin development later during the cycle. When the time comes for flower formation, Rock Solid provides plants with the nutrients needed to promote flowering – it’s that easy! Best of all, Rock Solid is specifically formulated to help increase overall yield, not just bigger blooms. To make it even easier, Rock Solid is specially made for use in soil, coco, and all hydroponic mediums, and is safe to use in automated delivery systems, such as Dosatron® and other fertilizer injectors.

Rock Solid tote

Growers really just want something solid and dependable to get their grow to end of with the highest yield they can – Rock Solid does just that. It’s a good idea to stock up before the season starts so you have it before flowering begins!

Have a hydroponic or garden supply store? Left Coast Wholesale has you covered with wholesale pricing available on Rock Solid. If you’re looking for Rock Solid near you, call 800.681.1757 today to find a local Rock Solid retailer!

 




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