$15.95 – $221.95
An earth friendly alternative to chemical synthetic fertilizers!
FoxFarm Big Bloom is our special, micro-brewed formula incorporates earthworm castings, bat guano and other high test organic ingredients that offer a full range of nutrients. Norwegian kelp improves nutrient uptake and increases yields. Rock phosphate helps transfer energy from one part of the plant to another, which means bigger buds and more fragrant flowers.
Garden tip: Big Bloom is ideal for all flowering and fruiting plants, and it’s safe enough to use every time you water. You’ll enjoy healthy, vigorous flowers and dramatically improved fruit and vegetable flavors. Best of all, Big Bloom will intensify flower fragrance, and it will increase essential oil production, which means stronger flavors in herbs, fruits, and vegetables. And when a plant is struggling, a root drench of Big Bloom will help to perk things up. For bumper crops and prize-winning blooms, try our Liquid Nutrient Trio Formulas for use in soil and hydroponic systems.
Note: Earthworm castings are alive! A healthy earthworm culture is bursting with regenerative organic material that improves soil structure and increases fertility. Plants and soil both thrive on earthworm castings. What is bat guano? Since ancient times, bat guano has been known for its powerful effect on plants. The fossilized guano in FoxFarm BIG BLOOM is mined under close supervision to protect bats and their environment.
Available Phosphate (P2O5)………..0.5%
Soluble Potash (K2O)………..0.7%
Derived from earthworm castings, bat and seabird guano, rock phosphate, sulfate of potash magnesia (a mined natural mineral), and Norwegian kelp.
Begin application when plants have reached their peak of vegetative growth and are starting to show first signs of flowering. We recommend a first feeding using 1/2 cup per gallon of water and follow with 1/2 cup per gallon every watering. Big Bloom can be applied with a no-clog hose end sprayer, siphon mixer, or through drip irrigation. Always adjust fertilization rates to plant responses. Shake well before using!’
Every Watering: 4 tablespoons per gallon of water. Saturate thoroughly.
Heavy Feeding: 1/2 cup per gallon of water every 7 to 14 days.
Foliar feeding: 2 tablespoons per gallon of water. Use a pump sprayer and apply to both sides of leaves. Early mornings are best.
1 quart, 1 gallon, 2.5 gallons, 5 gallons