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Tiger Bloom


Tiger Bloom fertilizer

Fox Farm Soil & Fertilizer Company makes an organic fertilizer called Tiger Bloom, specifically designed to promote abundant growth during the bloom/bud stage of all plants. It's a liquid fertilizer that can be used in any growing medium, including soil and hydroponic set-ups. Many growers favor Tiger Bloom due to the minimal amount it affects the flavor of the bud, especially if the feeding is ceased 10 to 14 days before harvest. This product is ideal not just for cannabis, but for tomatoes, roses, and nearly every other plant.

Tiger Bloom contains the three main nutrients budding plants need (nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium), along with trace amounts of boron, copper, iron, manganese and zinc.

Contains:

Calcium nitrate, magnesium nitrate, ammonium nitrate, ammonium phosphate, potassium phosphate potassium nitrate, earthworm castings, kelp, iron EDTA, zinc EDTA, manganese EDTA copper EDTA, chelating agent, disodium ethylenediamine tetra accetate and sodium borate.

Ideally, you want to start feeding your plant Tiger Bloom as soon as it shows signs of flowering. It should receive the mixture a minimum of once per week, but preferably every other watering. For a general feeding, Fox Farm recommends 2 to 3 tsp per gallon of water. For a heavy feeding up the dosage to 4 tsp per gallon of water or 2 tsp per gallon of water with every reservoir change in a hydro set-up. Again, up the dosage to 3 tsp for a heavy feeding. For additional foliar feeding, use ½ tsp per gallon of water and apply once every 2 weeks, but not while in direct light.


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Guest | May 23, 2013

Can u feed grow big ( Soil & fertilizer) through water hydroponically....???

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Guest | May 23, 2013

can u use Grow Big (Soil &Fertilizer) throughr water hydroponically....... ((The soil and fertilizer has through me off...????

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Guest | May 23, 2013

can u feed grow big by "Fox Farms"(soil and fertilizer) through the water hydroponically???

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Guest | May 10, 2012

Great product. One should begin use according to schedule but stop use about one week before flushing begins being it's only 80% organic, same as the three solubles Open Sesame, Beastie Bloomz and Cha Ching as they are only 50% organic. Big Bloom will

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SativaSally | Dec 27, 2011

My favorite producer of great medicine.

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lindzzz | Sep 13, 2011

Now I have seen someone use this nutrient and I can say that the results were great. The buds looked bigger and fluffier. Also could have been due to the fact that it was his second crop and the first crop tends to get all the mistakes out of the way.<

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chronic sufferer | Jun 15, 2011

Am absolutely a fan of this nutrient. Just started using it this grow and wow the difference it has made is completely beyond belief. All growers need to at least give this a try.

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Kushie Q | Jun 10, 2011

My neighbor just started using this on his plants and let me borrow some for my tomatoes, I really truly can tell the difference. It works wonders for all little growing things. His plants look like trees already.

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krreese | May 2, 2011

My friends and family has recommended this product for quite awhile. With so many people using it, it must have some amazing results. zI look forward to trying it this month with my new plants.

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lindzzz | May 2, 2011

Fox Farms always makes the best grow materials and solutions. I think that their soil is the most widely used by all of my grower friends. I heard that the Tiger Bloom works great as well. I had a friend who used it on artichoke plants and she said it

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MrDoc | Mar 29, 2011

I like the Fox farm series of soils and nutrients, they are quality products that have a good reputation. I can't say that I have ever used this actually nutrient for flowering but I did quite a bit of research awhile back and had planned on using Fox

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smokestack | Mar 25, 2011

Fox Farm works great. I have used this on my grows in the past and have never had a nutrient problem at all. My buds come out with a clean taste and super fat. Easy to use

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SkillitHits247 | Mar 22, 2011

I used Tiger Bloom for my first indoor garden (using Fox Farm Soil all organic) and I don't have any complaints, it seems to be working pretty good my first harvest came out pretty nice for my first time. So, I will definitely be using it for my next

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gbennett1 | Mar 11, 2011

I was wondering if anybody knew if this stuff is good for indoor and out door? i HEard this stuff works great, i know a couple of people that use it.

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cbluedeedoo | Mar 3, 2011

A friend suggested I buy some Tiger Bloom when I first started growing my own plants. I believe the concentrated amounts of nutrients helped in producing healthy buds and leaves. I had a full thick harvest and think it's important to give your greens s

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dwillard | Feb 26, 2011

Tiger Bloom is my preferred bloom nute. While there are other great nutrients available, Fox Farms' Tiger Bloom has a proven track record of success in my grows. It produces abundant bud growth/development without leaving an undesirable taste in the

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