From seedling to early bloom.
Build leaf and root growth.
This stuff is amazing 6 inches taller and bushier by far. Some of the leaves literally doubled in size.
Great foliage spray that does what it says it does and doesn’t burn the hell out of my babies.
TPS products can be potent so it doesn’t take much to see benefits taking place. That also makes them a good value.
Great foliar feed. Great for misting unrooted clones.
I don't need too much at this point stuff is amazing I usually dose about seven to eight mil gallon purified water.
Everyone should be growing with this stuff. Your plants will grow vigorously.
What are the benefits of Bloom?
TPS Bloom contains a targeted array of minerals and uptake mechanisms to help your plants product big and dense flowers and fruits. It's great as part of the Component Series or as a supplement to other fertilizers.
When should I use Bloom?
Use TPS Bloom from early flowering until late flowering. You can find feed charts in the support tab.
Is Bloom a salt based fertilizer?
Bloom is not like typical salt based fertilizers. At TPS we run our own cation and anion reactions aided by organic acids for bioavailability. Technically these neutralization reactions are called salts. All TPS products have some sort of acid base reaction in their manufacturing process. Some of our reactions are organic and some are inorganic. Bloom is about 94% organic and 6% inorganic. TPS products also contain organic acids, amino acids, and poly-carboxylic acids from plant extracts. Essentially these products are a balanced source of nutrition including fast and slow release minerals and compounds.
Absolutely, many outdoor growers use Bloom. As an alternate feeding plan instead of the feeding with every watering, you can increase the use rate to 10mL per gallon and feed outdoor plants once weekly.
Bloom is made of organic amino acids, sugars and polycarboxylic acids made from 19 species of plants paired with inorganic chelated potassium and phosphorus.
TPS Bloom does not contain your typical sugars and molasses. Instead of adding these cheap sugars to our Bloom product like other companies, we extract partial sugars from 19 different plants. The result is a much more targeted approach to feeding the microbes in the soil. One example of this is that we have a partial sugar that feeds Bacillus Putida which is a great phosphorous solubilizing bacteria and is great for putting on blooming flower weight.
Bloom is about 94% organic and is compatible with organic nutrients. It also contains several strains of beneficial bacteria which will help break down the organic nutrients into chelated forms as well.
Bloom contains many compounds from plant extracts. Primarily it contains organic pre-cursor molecules to PGRs that promote your plant to produce it's own natural PGRs. Additionally some of our organic plant extracts contain natural growth hormones and regulators form specific plant species.
We have many growers who use TPS Bloom on tomatoes and other garden veggies. The most popular three products veggie growers use are: - CalMag OAC and CalMag Complete for blossom end rot and micronutrients 5-10mL per gallon once weekly - Bloom for more robust fruiting 10mL per gallon once weekly - Signal terpene enhancer for increased sugars, aromas, and flavors 10mL per gallon once weekly
TPS Bloom contains a high amount of organic acids so it should actively flush as you water. To be sure of this you can simply over-water by 10% until runoff during the week of harvest.
Yes, when using Bloom with TPS One, we recommend reducing Bloom to a half dose.
Absolutely, this is a great supplement to help promote orchid blooms. We would recommend using the low end of the feeding recommendations. 2mL per gallon to start and then increasing to 3 or 4mL as the plant needs more food. Note: Please continue using a nitrogen fertilizer as well. Orchids need more than only Phosphorous and Potassium. N-Primer or Base AB are great for this balanced nutrition.