Product description

Big Rootz® is carefully formulated for professional growers, yet it’s so easy to use that even novice gardeners can achieve growing success. Use it for indoor grows or outdoor greenhouses, or add it to existing soil.

Their Flagship Product, this award winning blend is also certified green clean (CGC) and exceeds the highest quality standards. Big Rootz® contains everything your plants need to get off to a great start. Our expertly formulated recipe chains rapid release amendments with medium and slow release. This assures your plants what they need, when they need it.

We built Big Rootz® on a coir and peat platform, then we added pumice for drainage and texture. Then we added our special compost and work castings to breath some life into it. Next we spiced it up with a full complement of time released organic amendmendments. After that we add a veritable rainbow of mycorrhizae.

Our research and development process spanned 25 years and we’ve tried it all. Sure, our Big Rootz® recipe looks good on paper, but so did all of our earlier versions.  In the end, it was THIS soil recipe that outgrew the rest.

Big Rootz®,  we know you’ll love. Once you try it,  you won’t grow with anything else.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:

  • Total Nitrogen(N) …………………………………… .3400%
  • Available Phosphate (P205) ……………………… .5224%
  • Soluble Potash (K20) …………………………………… .3642%
  • Iron (Fe) …………………………………… .3900%

Derived From: rock phosphate, sulfate of potash, and ferrous sulfate.
SOIL AMENDING INGREDIENTS:
Peat moss, Triple Washed Coir, Clean Sourced Compost , Worm Castings, Ligna Peat, Pumice, Seabird Guano, Langbiente, Feather Meal, Kelp Meal, Ferrous Sulfate, Green Sand, Bat Guano, Dolomite (as pH adjuster), Volcanic Ash, Fish Bone Meal, Neem Meal, Glacial Rock Dust, Rock Phosphate, Sulfate of Potash, Humic Acid, Blood Meal, Oyster Shell (as pH adjuster).

ALSO CONTAINS NON-PLANT FOOD INGREDIENTS*

  • Glomus intraradices………………………………………………0.003 propagules/gram
  • Glomus mosseae…………………………………………………..0.003 propagules/gram
  • Glomus aggregatum……………………………………………….0.003 propagules/gram
  • Glomus etunicatum……………………………………………….0.003 propagules/gram
  • Rhizopogon villosulius……………………………………………0.292 propagules/gram
  • Rhizopogon luteolus……………………………………………….0.263 propagules/gram
  • Rhizopogon amylopogon…………………………………………0.263 propagules/gram
  • Rhizopogon fulvigleba…………………………………………….0.292 propagules/gram
  • Pisolithus tinctorious……………………………………………..19.414 propagules/gram
  • Scleroderma citrinum……………………………………………0.498 propagules/gram
  • Scleroderma cepa………………………………………………….0.498 propagules/gram
    *Mycorrhizae are provided to allow mycorrhizal colonization of roots.

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