1 qt, 1 gal
Humboldt County’s Own Purple Maxx 0-0-3
$84.95 – $249.95
Amino acid based cocktail that intensifies final color in susceptible varieties. No dies, no tricks. Don’t wait and hope. Get the color you want when it’s time to harvest. Customers say many new varieties respond very strongly and reliably to Purple Maxx.
Directions: This product usually causes a massive uptake of nutrients so fertilizer solution should be cut back by about 1/3
- Soil – This product usually causes a massive uptake of nutrients so fertilizer solution should be cut back by about 1/3. – (1): If you are close to the end of the flowering cycle it would be best to feed Purple Maxx without fertilizer. Use 1/2 to 1 tsp. of Maxx per gallon of water right up to the end. If you have good air circulation you can spray with 1/2 to 1 tsp/gallon. Some testers have used a lot more. If powdery mildew is an issue add Serenade to the mix. – (2): If you are just starting the bloom cycle, use 1/2 to 1 tsp. per gallon of water and apply about once a week or foliar feed with 2ml /gallon (1 tsp 2 1/2 gallons of water). If plants show no sign of tip burn, nutrient strength can be increased.
- Hydro – Purple Maxx works well in hydro at the rate of 2 1/2 to 5 ml / gallon. DO NOT USE AN AERATOR! It will cause bacterial contaminants that may be present in the reservoir to grow drastically although some testers have reported that problems can be controlled by adding 2-5 ml. of 35% hydrogen peroxide per gallon of water to the reservoir. Others have avoided problems by adding the Maxx 24-48 hours before reservoir change. The safest way is to use the foliar feed method as far into bloom as possible.
Note: Visit HumboldtCountysOwn.com for current feeding schedule and nutrient calculator.