A truly unique product, House & Garden’s Bud XL is an innovative late bloom additive. Bud XL helps to extract sugars from large bracts, allowing more sugar and energy to be concentrated on fruit and flower production. By doing so, the yield, robustness, and sweetness of the harvest can increase.
Ammonium Nitrate, Nitric Acid, Potassium Hydroxide
Bud XL is a late bloom flower enhancer that helps to extract sugars from bracts and transport them into the fruit for bigger and sweeter yields. House & Garden maintains their own nutrient manufacturing facility as well as their own laboratories where they continually test each batch of fertilizer they produce. This ensures that gardeners employing House & Garden receive high quality, consistent products.
Start adding Bud XL to the nutrient solution after the first flowers are formed. This is the period when big bracts loose their function. Adding Bud XL helps to ensure the plant’s energy is being used to create blooms and yield.
1L, 5L & 20L
Frequently Asked Questions
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What is Bud XL and what does it do?
House & Garden’s Bud XL is an innovative late bloom additive. Bud XL helps to extract sugars from large bracts, allowing more sugar and energy to be concentrated on fruit and flower production. By doing so, the yield, robustness, and sweetness of the harvest can increase.
When is Bud XL used?
For an 8 week plant, use Bud XL in weeks 4-8.
For a 10 week plant, use Bud XL in weeks 5-10.
For a 12 week plant, use Bud XL in weeks6-12.
Can a heater be used in my reservoir with Bud XL?
Will Bud XL help my plants if it’s used alone?
Bud XL will increase flower size. If used alone, Bud XL will only be able to utilize the nutrients within the medium. If used with a high PK late bloom additive, Bud XL will have optimal results.
Can Bud XL be used in a soil that will be reused?
How is the nutrient solution prepared when using Bud XL?
Prepare the nutrient solution as follows: First add the base nutrients to the water. Adjust PH to proper levels. Then add Bud XL.
When are the flowers/fruit considered to be formed?
Fruits and flowers are considered to be formed when there is solid formation of those fruits or flowers. For example, when growing tomatoes, solid fruit formation will be at first sight of a small tomato.