Q: When should Liquid Karma be used?
A: For the best results, Liquid Karma should be used throughout the entire growth cycle from seedling until flush.
Q: My Liquid Karma seems thinner than it used to be. Has it changed and is it just as concentrated as before?
A: Liquid Karma has undergone a change in the source of humic acid used in the formulation, but this has not effected the concentration or efficacy of the product. The percentage of available humic acid actually higher than ever before, and it still has all the of the other inputs and natural plant stimulants people have grown to count on for healthy and lush plant growth. The humic acid contained in Liquid Karma was only changed to make it more water soluble, which makes it more versatile in all mediums, especially hydroponic applications.
Q: Can I foliar spray with Liquid Karma?
A: Yes you can foliar spray with Liquid Karma starting from seedling or clone, all the way through transition and early flowering. Liquid Karma contains a wide range of inputs that are extremely beneficial when used in a foliar application such as seaweed, amino acids, trace minerals, and fulvic acid. We do not recommend applying any product via foliar spray late into flower, as excess moisture can lead to mold and mildew.
Q: Is Liquid Karma organic?
A: Although largely sourced from naturally occurring materials Liquid Karma is not 100% organic or OMRI-certified. While the majority of the inputs in Liquid Karma are derived from organic sources, there are some processes during manufacturing that occur to increase the product’s stability and overall performance which prevent the product from being 100% organic.
Q: Does Liquid Karma contain beneficial microbes?
A: No Liquid Karma is not an ‘active’ product however the wide range amount of readily available organics contained within the formula provide an excellent food source for beneficial microbes and fungi in the rhizosphere.
Q: Can Liquid Karma be applied in a foliar spray?
A: Liquid Karma is extremely effective when applied as a foliar application and can be applied at the rate of 15 ml (1 tbsp) per gallon as often as twice a weekly. It never recommended to foliar feed once flowers have started to develop to avoid excessive moisture.