Shogun PK Warrior 9/18 is a PK Plant Booster. PK boosters are mostly made up of phosphorus (P) and potassium (K). PK Boosters are used to alter the NPK (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium) ratio of nutrients. Like all PK's they work alongside your base nutrients and offer essential enhancements for your plants. SHOGUN PK warrior has a PK level of 9/18. What that means, is that for every 100 parts of undiluted nutrient feed, 9 parts are phosphorus, and 18 parts are potassium. Having readily available Phosphorus and Potassium means your plants get what they need when they need it. As a result, the plants are pushed into producing more fruit and flowers, which are bigger and noticeable richer in aroma and taste.
So why use Shogun PK Warrior?
-Increases sugar production during flowering
-Provides readily available nutrients easily absorbed by plants
-Incorporates high levels of phosphorus and potassium (9/18) for maximum yield
- Great Dilution rate of 0.5ml per Litre, so you get more for your money
-Increases the size & weight of fruits and flowers
- Suitable for use with any growing medium or growing system
Shogun can be used from week 4 of your cycle, until it’s time for your final flush. By using PK right up until flush you get the absolute best out of your plants and develop your plants and fruits to their full potential. For best results, use alongside the Shogun range. If you already have a favourite brand of base feed just try Shogun PK along with Shogun Boost for best results.
Directions for use:
Dilution rate: 0.5ml per Litre.
-Start using Shogun PK Warrior halfway into the flowering cycle (around day 21), as a plant switch from vegetative growth to the flowering cycle.
-Use SHOGUN PK Warrior up until you start to flush or begin applying SHOGUN Dragon Force (recommended).
-Shogun recommends reducing the strength of your base feed by 25 – 50% when you start using PK warrior to avoid over-fertilisation (plants need a weaker solution for flowering).
Never mix nutrients together in concentrated form. Instead, make sure you add them to your water reservoir separately.