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Shogun Dragon Force

Shogun Dragon Force is an explosive late flowering booster designed to deliver a massive boost to your plants in the final stages (Last 2 weeks) of the flowering cycle. Dragon Force is designed to accelerate growth and really push plants to their limits feuling your plant with the energy it needs to set photosynthesis into overdrive. Towards the end of the flowering stage plants can loose momentum and finish before they have reached their full potential, using Dragon Force will enance ripening, yield and oil production. 

So why use Dragon Force?

-Replaces bloom nutrients & PK (phosphorus and potassium) additives
-Use during 2nd to last week of flowering
-Accelerate growth to the max
-Dramatically increase the size & weight of fruit
- Enhances the taste, aroma & ripeness of fruit
- Boosts essential oil production (contains sulphur)
-Great for all growing media & all growing systems

Shogun Dragon Force works well as the essential Magnesium, Sulphur, Potassium and Phosphur kicks in to maximise the plants potential. You will really notice the difference with your final yield.

Directions for use:

Dilution rate: 2-4ml per Litre

With 2 weeks of flowering to go, use it for the last 10 days, use Shogun Dragon Force in place of your standard PK feed. Then flush with water for 4 days flowering.

Caution

-Never mix any nutrients together in concentrated form. You should always add them to your reservoir separately.

- Don’t forget to check your pH and EC/CF after mixing.

Collection Delivery
  • Collect in store
  • 7 days to collect
  • Open 10am - 6pm
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How long will it take for my order to be delivered using standard delivery?
Standard delivery is within 5 working days.

How much does standard delivery cost?
Standard delivery costs £7.00(regional and heavy item surcharges apply and will be calculated at checkout).

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Shogun Dragon Force 250ml
£9.95
Shogun Dragon Force 1L
£19.95
Shogun Dragon Force 5L
£49.95
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