FloriFuel Organic Plant Superfood 2-2- 0.2
Seedlings and Transplants: mix ¼ - ½ tsp FLORIFUEL per gallon of filtered water
Plants with 6-8 Leaves: mix ½ tsp FLORIFUEL per gallon of filtered water
Mature Plants: mix 1 - 1 ½ tsp FLORIFUEL per gallon of filtered water
***Can be used either as a Root Drench or as a Foliar Feed***
Hand Watering/Root Drench: Slow-Pour 250ml of mixed solution at base of plant (Pre-Teen)
Increase the watering to 500ml of mixed solution as the plant begins to add more leaves
Increase the watering to 1000ml of mixed solution on mature plants
Foliar Feed: Mix ¼ - ½ tsp FLORIFUEL per gallon of filtered water
Pour mixed solution into back-pack sprayer
Starting at top of plant, spray leaves, branches and stalk/trunk working to underside of leaves
Plants will absorb micronutrients, amino acids and proteins through openings under leaves (stomata) as
well as through fruit, branches and stalk/trunk
*** The finer the mist when foliar feeding, the easier it is for the plant to absorb the nutrients***
Feed plant after sundown or in early morning
The protein and amino acids in FLORIFUEL feed your plant as well as the soil’s microbial life. The
bacillus-blend digests the organic matter in the soil, providing a slow release of nutrients that can feed
your plant for up to 15 weeks
***Use immediately after mixing. Do not store mixed solutions***
Dual Feeding System
Foliar Feeding: Mix the Superfood Teas with filtered water and spray on leaves, branches and fruits in
the early morning or after sunset. Your plants will absorb the nutrients, proteins and amino acids and
grow while you sleep. If fogging, the finer the mist, the easier it is for the plants to absorb the nutrients.
Root Drench: Mix the Liquid Superfood with filtered water and pour at root base in early morning or
after sunset. Moisten soil with filtered water prior to application of mixed solution. Plants will absorb
nutrients, proteins and amino acids through the root hairs and grow while you sleep. The bacillus-blend
digests the organic matter and dead roots in the soil, replenishing the minerals, micro-nutrients and
vitamins the plants take out of the soil. This reinvigorates the soil’s microbial-environment creating
healthy, nutrient rich soil. This also provides slow release of nutrients for up to 15 weeks.
Combining both feeding methods maximizes nutrient uptake to your plants while rejuvenating your soil.
Plants develop faster and produce more high quality vegetables, fruits and flowers when they have a
consistent food source and can grow stress free. Stronger and healthier plants are less prone to attack
from bugs, fungus and mold.