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Soil Formula Hydro-Organic

 Botanicare Pure Blend Soil Formula

Pure Blend Soil Formula hydro-organic plant food to be used in soil container gardens.
Also ideal for the ripening stage in fruiting and flowering plants grown in soilless hydrogardens.

Part of the Pure Blend Pro family. A premium, bloom, base nutrient designed specifically for plants cultivated in soil with sources of essential major and secondary elements plus trace minerals from the land and sea.

Cultivating plants in soil requires higher phosphorus levels to offset clay colloidal particles that bind up phosphorous. And to offset soil microbes that compete for the phosphorous. This formula provides the additional phosphorus and nutrients for blooming, fruiting and flowering plants while also feeding the microorganisms.

Pure Blend Pro includes a blend of natural minerals and organic extracts plus the essential macro and micro nutrients your plants need.

Fishmeal, composted seabird guano, kelp, and many more essential ingredients are ideal for enhancing flavors and aromas in your high value crop while their soluble form encourages fast nutrient uptake.


Bloom Soil: Nitrogen 1.0%, Phosphate 4.0%, Potash 5.0%, Ca 1.0%, Mg 0.5%


Recommended application rates are listed on the product labels, pre-developed recipes, and nutrient calculator at If growing in nutrient fortified potting soil or using supplements, reduce application rate by 25%. If using reverse osmosis water and or in coco coir, it’s recommended to add 5 ml of Cal-Mag Plus per gallon of water. Use with every watering.

PURE BLEND PRO ™ Soil Formula
Hydro-organic Fruit and Flower Soil Formula

American Agritech has specially formulated this organic bloom nutrient formula for plants cultivated in soil and for the final ripening of fruit in the last stage of hydro-organic gardening.

Cultivating fruiting and flowering plants in hydroponics requires less phosphorous levels than potassium and even nitrogen. In hydroponics, phosphorous levels that are too high tend to lock out calcium, magnesium and trace minerals. Plants grown in soil need higher phosphorous levels due to clay colloidal particles that bind up phosphorous. Microbes in the soil also compete for the phosphorous. When cultivating fruiting and flowering plants in soil, growers usually need to double or triple phosphorous levels, unlike hydroponics, thus making the 1.5-4-5 formula ideal for soil applications.

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