If you haven't tried it yet, this is our premium replacement to Pure Protien Dry.
Everyone we turn onto the product raves about it and we think you will love it to.
Extremely cost effective. 1lb replaces 5-7 Gallons of Liquid Fish Hydrolysate and adds to up to a huge cost savings.
Using at recommended dosage for flowering, 1 bag makes 454 gallons of liquid.
Thrive.N is a high Nitrogen, fish based fertilizer that promotes vigorous growth, optimum health and higher yields. Being 100% water soluble and rich in amino acids, Thrive.N allows plants to absorb nutrients efficiently and immediately. Whether you're a commercial hydroponic grower, run a small organic farm or a weekend gardener, Thrive.N is the perfect organic solution for all growing applications.
79.28% Amino Acids; 59.56% in Protein Form and 19.73% in Free Form. The best of both worlds. Free Form Amino Acids allow plants to absorb nutrients immediately whereas Protein Form offers a longer release. Give your plants both a quick boost and a steady uptake.
Don't let the High Nitrogen Number scare you away, this product is unlike anything else on the market and will not burn your plants.
The hydrolyzed fish protein is cold processed and freeze-dried into 100% water-soluble powder. Thrive.N can be used to with any irrigation system, foliar sprays, hydroponics, aeroponics, compost teas and any other method that requires liquid application.
1 lb Thrive.N makes 454 gallons
1 tsp = 1 gram
Cuttings/Seedlings: 1/4 teaspoon per 1 gallon water, 1-2 times/week
Vegetative Stage - Soil: 1 teaspoon per 1 gallon water, 1-2 times/week
Vegetative Stage - Hydroponics: 2 teaspoons per 1 gallon water, 1-2 times/week
Flowering Stage - Soil: 1 teaspoon per 1 gallon water, 1-2 times/week
Flowering Stage - Hydroponics: 2 teaspoons per 1 gallon water, 1-2 times/week
Cuttings/Seedlings: 1/4 teaspoon - 1 teaspoon per 1 gallon water, 1-2 times/week
Vegetative - Flowering Stages: 1 teaspoon - 1 tablespoon per 1 gallon water, 1-2 times/week
Add 2 tablespoons per 5 gallons of tea at the beginning of the brewing process.