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A nanometre (nm) is a billionth of a metre or a millionth of a millimetre

The word ‘nano’ comes from the Greek word ‘nanos’, meaning dwarf

Nanotechnology was first introduced in 1959 by Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman.

Your fingernail grows 1 nanometer every second!

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nano.10⁻⁹ finisher⁺ incorporates a final P/K ratio, replicating a diminished soil. This pushes your plants to finish and release energy into oil production.

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250ml, 500ml, 1L, 5L

finisher⁺ contains

    suspended nano iron particles
    nano iron

    Nano iron can be uptaken by the plant without expending energy. Nano iron also increases the levels of photosynthesis in your plant, giving the plant more energy for growth and flowering.

    suspended nano magnesium particles
    nano magnesium

    Magnesium is the central molecule in chlorophyll. The more magnesium you can provide your plants, the more chlorophyll can be created, increasing plant energy.

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For some, the final phase of a plants flowering cycle is the most critical part of their plant’s lifecycle. The last week, often called ‘flush’, is when your plant uses the last of its energy to pack on the final weight and push colours, aromas and oil production.

nano.10⁻⁹ finisher⁺ incorporates a final P/K and element ratio, which replicates a diminished soil, indicating your plant to finish and push its final energy into oil and colour production. The nanoparticles in finisher⁺ provide a clean and easy to use nutrient, which allows the plant to metabolise (use up) any leftover nutrients which ‘flushes’ the plant.

However, technically we do not flush a plant of nutrients; we allow them to metabolise what they have already up-taken. The reduced amount of mineral salts during this phase produces the best quality outcome for your plants.

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