Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by chronic352, Nov 22, 2006.
has anyone here ever used liquid karma?
LIQUID KARMA ™Bio-catalyst Plant Stimulant (FYI)
Product description and Benefits....
The introduction of LIQUID KARMA ™ represents a major and significant breakthrough in plant nutrition.
This is because LIQUID KARMA ™ contains a full complement of metabolically active organic compounds not found in regular plant foods or supplements. These unique compounds are absorbed immediately and act as regulatory signals, activators or catalysts to produce synchronized and accelerated growth under all conditions. LIQUID KARMA ™ functions as a growth engine because its high metabolic activity produces a large amount of energy which is immediately transformed to growth.
LIQUID KARMA ™ contains seven major groups of nutrients based on their specific effects on plant growth and development:
A. Fermented Compost Solution – prepared by exhaustive bacterial and enzymatic fermentation of fish meal, composted seabird guano, spirulina, sea kelp, and soybean meal. In order to enhance the fermentation process and obtain a product which contains the highest possible biological activity, the fermentation is carried out in different stages in the presence of humic acid, citric acid, raw sugar cane, complex carbohydrates, glucose, fructose and over 72 trace elements. Fermented compost solution prepared in this manner is used by an increasing number of organic gardeners to obtain luxuriant vegetative growth, huge flowers and flavorful fruits and vegetables.
B. Amino Acids – LIQUID KARMA ™ contains essential amino acids which are derived from casein hydrolysate and soybean protein hydrolysate. Amino acids are important plant nutrients because they serve as building blocks for structural proteins and enzymes. In addition, amino acids are also involved in the activation of transfer ribonucleic acids (t-RNAs) and DNA synthesis.The following amino acids are present in LIQUID KARMA ™:glycine, alanine, valine, leucine, isoleucine, serine, threonine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid, asparagine, glutamine, lysine, arginine, histidine, cysteine, cystine, methionine, proline, phenylalanine, tyrosine and tryptophan.
C. Vitamins – All of the vitamins used in this formulation are extremely beneficial for plant growth because they function as co-factors for enzymes involved in carbohydrate metabolism and the biosynthesis of macromolecules. LIQUID KARMA™ contains significant amounts of riboflavin, thiamine, pyridoxine and all of the other B-complex vitamins obtained from fermented yeast extracts.
D. Plant Extracts – LIQUID KARMA™ also contains aqueous and ethanolic extracts of etiolated wheat seedlings and Zea mays. These extracts contain high levels of the plant hormones known as auxins and cytokinins. For successful plant micropropagation (tissue culture), the crucial requirements for an auxin and cytokinin are well documented in botanical literature.
E. Humic Acid – In addition to the ingredients indicated above, LIQUID KARMA™ contains optimal levels of humic acid and fulvic acid derived from leonardite. These substances are known to stimulate the growth of roots, shoots and flow-ers, by maintaining the proper osmotic concentration in cells.
F. Seaweed Extract – LIQUID KARMA ™ also contains a high proportion of seaweed extract obtained from North Atlantic Kelp (Ascophyllum nodosum). Kelp extract contains metabolically active carbohydrates, complex carbohydrates, minerals such as cobalt, strontium and iodine, and growth substances that are known to be beneficial for plant growth.
G. Carbohydrates – Carbohydrates are included in LIQUID KARMA ™ because they are the direct or indirect precursors of virtually every metabolite. Their presence provides the added burst of energy required to assimilate and metabolize all of the other wonderful ingredients present in LIQUID KARMA ™.
Benefits of Using LIQUID KARMA ™
Extensive research and field trials indicate that LIQUID KARMA ™ produces beneficial results during every phase of plant growth. Starting with seed germination and following through to vegetative growth, budding and flowering, the continued use of LIQUID KARMA ™ ensures optimal plant growth at every stage. In addition, because of the presence of high concentrations of B-complex vitamins and plant hormones in LIQUID KARMA ™, the product has been shown to be very effective in protecting plants from transplant shock, and in promoting the rooting of cuttings. The seven nutrient groups used in the formation of LIQUID KARMA ™ act synergistically to produce optimal plant growth.
what do you think of this product
OMG.... If my first post dosent exlpin it enough for u i dont know if anyone here can help you. ()
half the stuff in there i dont have any idea what it is so how would i know if its good for my plants it obviously isnt cause you pretty much called me dumb
sounds good, but could always be fancy advertising. i think chronic's looking for any experience or personal input, right?
I use it....highly recommended by lots of people including me (not that i'm anyone exciting). A staple in my book....
Liquid Karma, Super Thrive and Cal Mag are all a must for me.
yes i was looking for someone that has used this and now that i hear its good them im gonna start using it as sson as possible, how much do you guys use in one gallon?
2 teaspoons (10 ml) per gallon
can i mix this stuff with pure blend pro, as in feed my plants both things at once
dude, no other better to use, there both bitonicare.
i use bitonicare and love it.
i'm living in the middle of nowhere. can someoene post a link?
a link to what?
oh, u find it at any hydro shop online or off
not trying to change the subject, but wouldnt using molasses work for added carbs?
just curious; i'd love to get some karma, but there's no shp around here, and i'm not going to order anything online...
i use foxfarms grow big.. but Bcuzz is the best there is in my opinion
im with brooke on this one. nothing online... anything incognito online maybe, like how you could order MH bulbs from a school stadium magazine and it looks like you're doing outside lighting.... man, i'm stoned.... know what i mean?
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