Get Ultimate Buds With Advanced Nutrient's Connoisseur Bloom Fertilizer
Posted by Lee G. Leissett | December 01 2011 | 7822 views | Comments ↓
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Medical marijuana growers who seek the ultimate base nutrient for blooming can call off the search. Advanced Nutrients, along with a team of twelve plant PhDs, have brought forth the optimum base nutrient for blooming cannabis. Connoisseur base nutrients are a direct result of an old Japanese engineering principle of continuous improvement known as Kaizen. The Kaizen principle states that improvements made to each step of a compounded process results in compounded improvements to the finished product. By implementing the idea of Kaizen, the scientists of Advanced Nutrients have and continue to create a supreme formula designed specially for medical marijuana. Connoisseur is a collaboration of improvements made to the various individual parts of the formula; an ongoing evolution of the ideal plant nutrition for cannabis.
The first thing scientists wanted to improve was the actual ingredients used in two-part fertilizer formulas. They knew they wanted to improve nutrient uptake and utilization of the nutrients within the formula. All of the micro nutrients in Connoisseur are pre-chelated, maximizing absorption regardless of pH levels or atmospheric conditions. If your plant is alive it can absorb its desired micro nutrients.
Advanced Nutrients took it a step further by pre-chelating many of the macro nutrients as well. This means your plants will bloom faster and continue to bloom longer due to easier nutrient absorption. The plant PhDs didn’t stop there. They also examined the other co-factors such as amino acids and plant hormones. These tweaked co-factors help with cellular metabolism, protein formation and ripening processes in later stages of blooming.
Of course Advanced Nutrients offers a risk-free trial of their premium nutrient solution, Connoisseur. Go down to your local indoor gardening supply store and purchase Connoisseur. If you do not see an increase in yield and potency or are unsatisfied with the results for any reason simply return it for a full refund.
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Article by Lee G. Leissett, on Dec. 1st 2011