What are our NPK numbers?

PART 1: N (Nitrogen) .01 ; P (Phospherous) .1 ; K (Potassium) .03
PART 2: Our product is not technically a fertilizer, and shouldn’t really replace fertilizers rather than work along side them and enhance the affects. The active ingredient is Silica and other minerals favorable to plants, which produce outcomes similar to fertilizers (i.e. fast growth, more robust plants, etc…) so the NPK numbers being such low percentages are not a good gauge when deciding where this fits into your regimen.

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