It was designed to give your plants the exact organic carbohydrates they need… at exactly the right time… to fill them up with the energy they need to keep growing bigger, fuller, heavier and more delicious buds.
Reasons You Need Carboload :
-If You Want The Best Out Of Your Plants… CarboLoad contains only 100% organic carbohydrates, which makes it superior for two reasons. One, if you’re growing all organic plants and want to make sure you don’t spoil your crops with synthetics, you can use CarboLoad with no problems. And two, studies with the types of plants we grow, and in the types of gardens we grow them in show that organic carbohydrates are more readily absorbed, processed and used efficiently by plants like ours during growth and bloom phases.
-CarboLoad has a specifically designed blend of complex and simple carbohydrates so that your plants get the fast energy they need to kickstart growth… and… the lasting, complex fuel sources they need to keep growing and finish strong. CarboLoad has a proprietary blend of glucose, arabinose and xylose, combined with Fulvic Acid. So your plants get simple sugars at just the right time giving them immediate flower boosting power, and the complex carbohydrates provide the long-term energy needs. Plus, Fulvic Acid gives you more efficient roots. Specifically, it helps your plants absorb carbohydrates more easily and protects them from drought, oxygen-deprivation, stress and disease.
-The sugars in CarboLoad translate directly to floral sugars. This is because the sugars in CarboLoad fuels your plants internal pathways so your finished crops are more aromatic and taste sweeter than ever.
You see, CarboLoad adds complex sugars to your plant’s metabolism and physical structure. That means instead of the green, chlorophyll taste you often get from hydroponics, rockwool, and other high intensity lighting crops, you get sweeter-tasting and delicious smelling plants of higher quality and far higher value.
Available in 1L bottles.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 14 November, 2017.