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Every cellular process in your plants requires energy. And plants rely on carbohydrates, just like humans, to produce this energy.

However, your plants have a lot of work to do to take them all the way from tiny little seeds to grow and bloom into big, juicy, lush buds filling out a huge harvest like you want them to.

After their growth phase they’ve used up a lot of energy already. Then about half-way into their bloom cycle, many growers see their plants hit a wall. In reality, their plants are what scientists call “carb depleted”, because they’ve already burnt up all the carbohydrates they’ve been fed and have none left for energy to fuel further growth.

That’s why your plants seem to “stall out” right in the middle of your bloom phase.

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Here’s Why Your Plants Stall Out During Their Bloom Phase

Every cellular process in your plants requires energy. And plants rely on carbohydrates, just like humans, to produce this energy.

However, your plants have a lot of work to do to take them all the way from tiny little seeds to grow and bloom into big, juicy, lush buds filling out a huge harvest like you want them to.

After their growth phase they’ve used up a lot of energy already. Then about half-way into their bloom cycle, many growers see their plants hit a wall. In reality, their plants are what scientists call “carb depleted”, because they’ve already burnt up all the carbohydrates they’ve been fed and have none left for energy to fuel further growth.

That’s why your plants seem to “stall out” right in the middle of your bloom phase.

 

Follow This Simple Feed Chart Designed by our Research Team

 

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7
CarboLoad 2 mL/L 2 mL/L 2 mL/L 2 mL/L 2 mL/L 2 mL/L FLUSH

Conversions: 1 Teaspoon = 5mL  |  1 Tablespoon = 15 mL  |  1 Ounce = 30mL  |  1 Cup = 240 mL