Bonnie & Clyde
The Worlds First Nutrients Designed Specifically For Autoflowers
We all know this story. Bonnie and Clyde are the two pistols that like to ride together, go on adventures, get in tons of trouble, but somehow always seem to come out alive. Now they’ve met each other in fertilizer form! You need both of them for growing auto flowers but during different stages of its life.
During the vegetation stage, Bonnie gets right to work to build a strong foundation to ensure a big yield. With auto flowers sometimes feeding them too much or too little of certain nutrients can cause the plant not to get as big and start to flower too early. Bonnie has a ratio of 6-5-4 (NPK). Clyde as a ratio of 3-6-5 (NPK).
Bonnie has high nitrogen which is crucial when a new auto flower is establishing itself and starting to grow leaves, stems, roots, and other above and below-ground features. If your auto flower doesn’t receive enough Nitrogen it can significantly slow down its growth and can grow weak and pale. Bonnie is great because it has all the nitrogen you need to get your plant through the vegetative stage without worrying about too much Nitrogen.
Phosphorus- 5 (P)
During the vegetation stage, autoflowers can use a lot of Phosphorus (P). Bonnie has your plant’s back and will provide them with the P they need. Just like Nitrogen, if an auto flower doesn’t receive enough Phosphorus it can significantly slow down its growth.
Potassium- 4 (K)
Potassium is required in the iron form (K+) by autoflowering strains, however it's generally found in K20 form in fertilizers. If you don't provide enough potassium to your cannabis plants, they will experience problems.
It's time to bring in the big gun when your autoflower shows its first pre-flowers or actual pistils with hairs.
During the flowering stage, Clyde brings out those beautiful colors and smells we all love so much! He uses the work Bonnie did at the start to finish off the job. With auto flowers, the number one mistake growers make is not feeding them enough during this stage. Clyde is a 3-6-5 (NPK)
Nitrogen- 3 (N)
\When the plant is flowering, it needs less nitrogen to prevent burning and help with proper bud development. Nitrogen helps to maximize the growth of leaves and stems, but as soon as a plant starts flowering you need it to stay the same size. This ensures energy is being sent towards flowers instead of other features such as petals or stamen that don't do anything during blooming season.
Phosphorus- 6 (P)
Phosphorus is critical for flower production and if you don't provide enough of it, your plants will develop small flowers. This means your yield drastically decreases as well!
Phosphorus plays an essential role in determining whether or not a plant produces good-quality buds with high THC content. This is where Clyde comes in clutch with a high phosphorus content of 6%.
Potassium- 5 (K)
At the flowering stage, you need to use a fertilizer that has more potassium and phosphorus. Potassium and phosphorus work together to help your plant produce more flowers.
Clyde has 5% potassium which is great for flowers but also helps promote larger and denser buds. This makes Clyde perfect for the flowering stage to maximize bud growth! For an extra kick, you can add Bud Booster to grow buds the size of king kongs fist.
Bonnie & Clyde has been formulated specifically for auto flower plants. They both need each other at different stages, which is what makes this duo so special.
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