G10 (Gravitation #10)

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TAKE THE ART OF FLOWERING TO A NEW LEVEL

G10 (Gravitation #10) is a must-have product for serious growers. Nothing on the market will boost your yields like G10.

  • Swells the size and increases the mass of your flowers like no other product.
  • The swelling effect can lead to longer tighter stacking of flowers along the branches -the look that growers and their fans all love.

Even beginners will see huge increases in size and mass in 2 weeks. Seeing is believing.

Some of our additives were designed to be used together:

  1. Prime your plants with Deep Breath in Veg and early Bloom.
  2. Start with Snow Storm Ultra at the beginning of Bloom.
  3. For a bloom booster use Sonic Bloom (Sunshine Powder) or Crystal Burst.
  4. Finish with Killer Tea.

SOIL:
Use 1 tsp. (5 ml.) per gallon of water and apply every watering with your favorite nutrients starting the 3 rd. week of flowering. Dosage can be increased up to 3 tsp. per gallon. Continue through harvest.

HYDRO:
Use 2.5 to 5 ml. (1/2 to 1 tsp.) per gallon of water. After 5 days add an additional ½ to 1 tsp. per gallon of nutrient solution.

We took our proprietary kelp extract used to make Gravity Flower Hardener to a new level.

If you loved our original GRAVITY you need to give G10 a try. It’s not the same as Gravity but many growers say its better because of the drastic size increase. NO PGRs

Don’t waste your money on bogus knock-offs. This is the real stuff.

Where the name “G10” came from.

After the EPA issued a stop sale order on our legendary Gravity Flower Hardener because the label wasn’t “approved”, we decided to develop a replacement while the issues with Gravity were resolved. We started with our proprietary kelp extract and experimented with ways to take it to a new level. As we always do, we made up experimental versions and sent them out to the hills for testing. They were numbered, Gravitation #1, #2, etc. Based on the feedback we received, we modified the formula and tried again. We had just released G11 when a grower called and wanted 40 gallons of G10 right away. Other calls came in. Everyone wanted G10 so that became the name.