they are not disruptive to the biological processes that feed the plant.
We feed the soil so the soil can feed the plants.
Joseph Johnson, CEO Primordial Solutions.
UnderstandING the way Primordial Solutions’ products work
Single-cell microbes, the original inhabitants of our planet, used sunlight and water to create carbohydrates. As eons passed, the microbes flourished using this process, and were able to break down rock into soils.
Over thousands of decades, plants and trees established themselves in those microbe-rich soils, and a mutually beneficial partnership emerged. The plants secreted sugars essential to the health and sustainability of the microbes. The microbes, in turn, secreted acids and other compounds that allowed the plants to more effectively take up nutrients from the soils.
Today, sadly, chemical buildup, pollution, genetic modification, over-farming, drought, erosion and other calamities have generally depleted that beneficial microbial presence in healthy soils.
Primordial Solutions’ products restore and accelerate these ancient natural systems of soil microbes – and the plants are then able to uptake nutrients more rapidly – just the way Nature intended!
What primordial solutions can do for you
The use of Primordial Solutions produces higher yields, superior quality, and the maximum expression of crop potential.
Q: How Is Sea Green Made?
A: Sea Green is extracted from the most fertile soils on earth and multiple natural compost sources. We select soils with desirable biochemical balances, so our products provide the ideal growth response for all plants. This extract is then mixed with specific microbial foods to promote and sustain a diverse living system.
Q: How Often Should I Use Sea Green?
Q: Can I pre-mix Sea Green and “shake well” before each use, or should I mix it separately each time?
Q: Can Sea Green be used as a foliar spray?
A: Yes. Sea Green is an effective foliar, especially to prevent disease and deficiencies. It encourages faster growth, thicker cell wall tissue (for greater nitrogen production), and resistance to disease and pests. You’ll have even healthier, more vigorous plants to work with and enjoy. You also gain a higher brix count which allows the plant to fully express its genetic potential.
Q: Can Sea Green be used in hydroponics?
Q: Will Sea Green burn my plants?
Q: Can I mix Sea Green and Rootamentary by the gallon and use them as a foliar spray?
A: Yes. This combo is excellent as a foliar spray for vegetative plants and seedlings/rooting cuttings. Whatever you don’t spray, go ahead and water in! We’ve seen roots grow up and out into the air and light (in a humidity dome) when sprayed with this combo. Mix both in the same gallon of water using 0.5 ml of Sea Green and 0.25 ml of Rootamentary. You can also use this combo as an effective seed soak.
Q: Can I combine Sea Green and True Blooms as a foliar spray? Or should they be sprayed separately?
A: Combining them is fine, but you will get better results by foliar spraying True Blooms and watering in Sea Green. The most optimal regimen for flowering plants is 2-3mL of True Blooms sprayed 1x to 2x per week and both Sea Green and True Blooms watered in at 1mL each.
Q: What is in Rootamentary and how does it work?
Q: How do Sea Green and Rootamentary work together?
A: Sea Green offers a diverse culture of bacteria, and the nutrient profile of Rootamentary selects the nitrogen fixers from the Sea Green culture. These bacteria convert atmospheric Nitrogen (N2) into plant available nitrates (NO3), and nitrogen-fixing bacteria create “hormones” or natural plant growth regulators (PGRs) that promote root growth.
Q: During what part of the growing cycle should you use Rootamentary?
Q: Is Rootamentary a standalone nutrient? Does it contain calcium
A: Rootamentary doesn’t have calcium. If you use it as a standalone nutrient, you should also have a cal-mag product in your mix. Or a well amended soil with plenty of minerals, especially ample calcium.
Q: Can Sea Green and Rootamentary be used together as a foliar spray?
A: Yes. The combination of Sea Green and Rootamentary is excellent as a foliar spray for vegetative plants and seedlings/rooting cuttings. We’ve seen roots grow up and out into the air and light (in a humidity dome) when sprayed with this combination. Whatever you don’t spray, you can water in!
Q: Can Rootamentary be used for clones?
Q: Is Rootamentary Organic?
A: No. Rootamentary contains urea which is not allowed under organic certifications. We use a small amount of urea specifically as microbe food, NOT AS PLANT FOOD. When applied strategically as a microbe food, soil microbes quickly convert it into ammoniacal nitrogen and it is now “organic” as it has been processed by the soil food web. The problem with urea is when it is applied in high quantities for the purpose of force feeding the plants at the cost of the soil food web. At Primordial Solutions, we focus on microbiological responses in the soil, and feed the soil first and foremost. For this purpose, Rootamentary is incredibly beneficial for soil health, will not cause harmful run off, and will only support and feed diverse soil life when applied at the 1-3mL/gallon application rate. Organic certifiers had to draw the line somewhere, and in this case, they chose to not allow this substance under any circumstances, when it would have been more accurate to allow it if applied as a soil microbe food source. It is for this reason that we also encourage mixing Rootamentary with Sea Green compost extract in every application to accelerate the assimilation of urea into the soil food web.
TRUE BLOOMS FAQ
Q: What is True Blooms and how does it work?
Q: How should I apply True Blooms?
A: We recommend applying True Blooms in a foliar spray, but you can water it in if you prefer.
Q: What is the application rate of True Blooms?
A: If watered in use 5 ml/gal for the first week of flower and then switch to 1 ml/gal from week 2 through week 6. If used as a foliar spray use 1 ml/gal for the first week of flower and then switch to 2 ml/gal from week 2 through week 7.
Q: During what stage of the growing cycle should I use True Blooms?
A: You can use True Blooms up to week 7 of flower depending on if you water in or spray as a foliar. See question above for details.
Q: Can True Blooms and Terp Gerp be used together?
Q: What is Terp Gerp and how does it work?
Q: Is the can powered by aerosols?
A: No, the can uses compressed air and no propellants.
Q: Is the can recyclable?
Q: During what stage of the growing cycle should I use Terp Gerp?
A: Terp Gerp can be beneficial during transition into flower through late flower, though we generally recommend to utilize the can in late flower and use True Blooms during transition and late flower.
Q: Can Terp Gerp and True Blooms be used together?
Q: Do I need to use a lot of Terp Gerp to see results?
A: NO! A very light mist is all that’s needed. Just a light spritz from two feet away.
Q: What is Paleo Bloom and how does it work?
A: Paleo Bloom is a one-part flowering formula with a sustained release of nutrients, which increase in availability in response to increased growth rate, resulting in a higher yield and quality of harvested product.
Q: Is Paleo Bloom a standalone nutrient?
A: Yes, if your soil is adequately amended with nitrogen and calcium. If using light soil or soilless media, include any Cal-Mag with PaleoBloom and ensure sufficient nitrogen is available through transition and early flower.
Q: During what part of the growing cycle should I use Paleo Bloom?
A: We recommend using Paleo Bloom during the flowering stage from week 1 to week 6.
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