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Foliar sprays are an easy way to ensure the quality of your fruits and flowers in all your favorite plants. A proper foliar spray should include a wetting and binding agent to equally distribute and adhere the spray onto the plant's leaves.
Humboldt Sticky is a premium sticking and wetting agent that has been extensively tested in Northern California with phenomenal results. Humboldt Sticky is formulated using premium ingredients which are simply unavailable in similar products.
Stomata are tiny plant organelles which are located on the surface of leaves and act as pores for liquid and gas exchanges. The role of the stomata is to catch nutrients and moisture from above. Applying foliar sprays is an additional way to get food into the plant, bypassing the root zone and directly feeding the plant.
High performance nutrients are expensive and no one likes to see them go to waste. The state of the art binding agents present in Humboldt Sticky create a microscopic bond between your plant's leaves and your nutrient solution, using all-natural biochemical processes which do not damage plant tissue, nor induce plant stress.
With Humboldt Sticky your foliar sprays are fully utilized by the plant, eliminating waste or overfeeding. By equally distributing the heavier elements of your foliar spray (micro-nutrients, trace elements, etc) throughout the solution, your favorite plants receive more complete, healthy and useful nutrition.
Humboldt Nutrients Humboldt Sticky helps all gardeners create large, aromatic crops infused with rich and luscious aromas, tastes and colors.
Try Humboldt Sticky today, and stick-it to all your favorite plants!
Total Nitrogen (N)..0.5%
0.5% Ammonical Nitrogen
Derived From: Ammonium Nitrate
ALSO CONTAINS NON-PLANT FOOD INGREDIENTS
3% Organic saponins (derived from Yucca schidigera)
Item Number: 134884
Universal Product Code: 837654478929
Manufacturer: Humboldt Nutrients
Manufacturer's Part Number: HSK000
Brand: Humboldt Nutrients
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