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Tappin’ Roots Solid Bloom by Dandelion Enterprises

Many changes occur as plants enter the fruiting or flowering cycle. The plants themselves create different hormones which aid them in their reproductive processes. These hormones can be triggered in a few different ways. Some plants will naturally create these hormones after a particular duration of time, while other plants start creating these hormones when they sense changes in the photoperiod. As these natural changes occur and the plants prepare themselves for reproduction, the plants’ nutritional needs will change as well. In fact, gardeners who tailor nutrition to best meet the needs of the plants during the fruiting or flowering stage will be rewarded with healthy growth and larger yields.. More

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