Nectar For The Gods by Oregon’s Only (4 of 4)

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Oregon’s Only produces a line of some of the finest organic nutrients available called Nectar for the Gods.

This is the 4th piece of a 4 part blog series that will dive into each nutrient level they offer.  Part 4 will focus on their “Pro Level”

 

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Hygeia’s Hydration

Hygeia’s Hydration is our blending tool for the Nectar for the Gods line of nutrients. Rich in saponins, Yucca acts as a wetting agent to aid in root penetration for maximum nutrient uptake. The organic acids in Yucca contribute to chelation of other nutrients, making them more available to microbes and to your plants.
Hygeia’s Hydration is our blending tool for the Nectar for the Gods line of nutrients. Rich in saponins, Yucca acts as a wetting agent to aid in root penetration for maximum nutrient uptake. The organic acids in Yucca contribute to chelation of other nutrients, making them more available to microbes and to your plants. Hygeia’s Hydration can be used for those pesky soils that dry out and will not rehydrate with regular watering. You can also use Hygeia’s Hydration as a wetting agent for foliar feeding nutrients, pest control, and fungal sprays. Because of the high saponin levels, this product is not recommended for heavily aerated reservoirs due to the foaming that will occur.

 

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Poseidonzime

Poseidonzime is a liquefied seaweed product rich in organic acids and over 60 naturally occurring major and minor nutrients and amino acids. Kelp is a good natural source of potassium and cytokinins, which promote cell division in root and plant growth, and affect apical dominance, axillary bud growth, and leaf senescence (biological aging). Designed to be a natural chelator, Poseidonzyme helps release previously unavailable nutrients and other substances in the soil for plants to use. Known as one of the best natural plant growth promoters, Poseidonzime reduces plant stress while increasing flower clusters and overall vigor in the plants’ reproduction. Poseidonzime inhibits growth in populations of mites, aphids, whiteflies and root knot nematodes by increasing your plant’s natural ability to fight pests and disease.

 

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Triton’s Trawl

For those gardeners who want the benefit of a liquid bonemeal but have issues with the farming practices of livestock, here is an alternative for them. Rich in calcium from cartilage, Triton is designed to deliver flavor, aroma and color to the finished product. It can be used alone or to enhance the effects of Herculean Harvest.

 

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Pegasus Potion

Pegasus Potion is a new concept of nitrogen delivery. Extraction through enzyme hydrolysis makes Pegasus Potion more biochemically viable, preserving amino acid integrity by breaking proteins at specific sites. This is the first pure-nitrogen product on the market that is not a salt based mineral or urea based nitrogen. Incredibly gentle on plants’ foliage and root zone, Pegasus Potion provides a readily available amino acid nitrogen source. Pegasus Potion can be used as an extremely effective foliar spray as well as a root drench to promote greening and vegetative growth. A little warning to all who are thinking about using Pegasus Potion: IT SMELLS REALLY BAD. We have done everything in our power to quell the stench, and nothing we have tried will mask the smell. Sorry.

 

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Bloom Khaos

Bloom Khaos is Nectar for the Gods’ patent pending secret weapon for flower production and alleviating hidden hunger. When using Bloom Khaos as a foliar feed, one should notice more flower sites, larger, denser flowers, and superior color, flavor, and aroma. Bloom Khaos improves plant health and vigor while reducing stress at crucial times of the plant’s life cycle, such as: transplanting, flower transition, and prior to taking cuttings. Bloom Khaos works best if used daily as a foliar spray in the early stages of growth and up to a few weeks into flowering. After that, it works well as a water-in additive.

 

 

Here is a video of Scott from Oregon’s Only going into more detail how each of these 4 are made and used:

 

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