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NPK: 7-2-4

BioGrow is an ‘all-in-ONE’ blend of carefully selected natural materials, formulated specifically for the vegetative growth stage of fast growing plants. Essential nutrients are provided for superior growth, both readily available for the plant and slowly releasing to supply all nutrients over a period of 8 weeks. During vegetative growth, plants require higher amounts of Nitrogen. Nitrogen makes the cells divide and multiply, which is the reason that plants need higher amounts of it during the vegetative growth stage when leaf and root development is at its peak.




All essential nutrients are provided by the natural-minerals  
and organic raw materials. 


BioGrow is suitable for biological agriculture.

Natural mineral nutrients are immediately available for the plant  
and the organic nutrients are released slowly after being  
decomposed by microorganisms in the soil. 


The beneficial fungus and bacteria in BioGrow improve the microbial  
activity of the soil by supplying components that form humus.*


*This process depends on the conditions of the soil (e.g. humidity,  
temperature, pH-value, microbial activity, organic matter content, etc.)



How to use: 
BioGrow needs to be mixed into the substrate. It can be used in soil,  
coco or similar substrates. 

It can be mixed at the time of transplantation or added later as top  
dressing (mixed into the top layer of the soil)


The nutrients will be released constantly during a period of 8  


*If the growth period is less than 8 weeks or the substrate is  
pre-fertilized, doses should be decreased. Use half dosage for seedlings  
and young plants (2-3 weeks old). If the growth period is longer,  
a second application is required (as top dressing).




Vegetative growth:
3g per Liter substrate 


Mother plants:
2-3g per Liter substrate every two months (as top dressing)






N-P-K: 7-2-4

Nitrogen is considered a mobile nutrient inside the plant, which means that the plant can transport it to where it is needed.
This mobility is the reason that the first signs of a Nitrogen deficiency occur in older leaves.
The plant takes available Nitrogen from older cells, in order to grow new ones.


Organic Carbon  (C) 20%
Total Nitrogen (N)  7%
Organic Nitrogen (N)  7%
Phosphorus pentoxide soluble in water and neutral ammonium citrate (P 2 O 5 )  2%
Potassium oxide soluble in water (K 2 O) 4%
 Calcium oxide (CaO) 8%
Magnesium oxide (MgO) 4%
Sulfur trioxide (SO3) 9%
Organic matter from bone meal, malt germ, horn meal, feather meal, vinasses, rapeseed cake meal 34%
Derived from: bone meal, barley germ,
Magnesium sulfate, horn meal, feather
meal, sugar beet vinasse, limestone, canola meal.
! Mycelium can appear on top of the substrate. It improves microbial
life inside the substrate and will not harm humans, animals or plants.
Fungi is the main agent of the decomposition of organic matter such as
simple sugars, amino acids, etc. It solubilizes minerals that are not initially
available to plants.