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Each GreasePack is a higher level of Secondary Metabolites (Resin, Terpenes, Trichomes, Flavonoids, Taste, Cannabinoids) and in some instances Yield. Yes, we can raise the quality of your current nutrient line.

Our GreasePacks are made up of between 3-6 products each one stacking on the next to make higher and higher secondary metabolites. In general, we recommend GreasePack #2 for reservoirs and #3 for soils, but our new BloomSap 0-9-11in testing now will be an almost all-in-one that most growers will gravitate to because of it only being 1 product.

GreasePack #1 Hydro through Soil

  1. Enhance MC Microbial - with Kelp and 6% Fulvic Acid.

  2. GLB Micro DS - Cofactors in enzymes that create most of the Secondary Metabolites.

  3. GLB Brix57 Carbohydrates- Proprietary Plant Extracts not molasses based. Higher Resin Content.

GreasePack #2 Hydro through Soil (Best Product for Hydro and Reservoirs)

  1. Enhance MC Microbial

  2. GLB Micro DS

  3. GLB Brix57

  4. Bloom Accelerant PK Boost 0.5-17-17 (Amendment Dose)

GreasePack #3 Hand Feed if using all products.

(We do have some that use the first 5 products in reservoirs but #5 includes some fish)

  1. Enhance MC Microbial

  2. GLB Micro DS

  3. GLB Brix57

  4. Bloom Accelerant PK Boost 0.5-17-17 (Amendment Dose)

  5. Roots2Shoots 2-1-2 Organic Root Accelerant/Amino Acid/Secondary Metabolite Amendment

  6. Liquid Organic Matter

Why do we call our amendment packages GreasePacks? 

Because they add greasy resin, terpenes, flavonoids, trichomes, and quality, and it does what we say it does. Take a look at our blogs as we will be giving more information as we go. The basis of the GreasePack is the microbes process the micronutrients. The micronutrients make up a large part of secondary metabolites and every line is short on micronutrients, but if we want the microbes to be working at their highest level, they need additional energy found in proper, clean carbohydrates. All our products are made from a perspective of nutrient efficiency, like prefabricated parts. The less work and energy expended by the microbes on basic processes, the more energy they have to raise to higher levels of secondary metabolites.


Our Brix57, which is a 57% proprietary natural plant extract, non-molasses-based product, is our carbohydrate that we will side by side with any other carbohydrate product on the market. 1 mL of ours versus 1 mL of any competitor on a daily or hydro feed or 2 mL every other day feed per gallon, but the Brix57 is only a part of what makes our quality. Bottom line, Brix57 feeds the Enhance MC microbes that use our Micro DS to help with secondary metabolites. But just as important, the 6% fulvic acid in the Enhance MC makes everything available to the plant and is so strong we only recommend 0.25 mL daily feed per gallon unless special circumstances with experienced GLB users. At higher levels, very few nutrient lines can handle the pull and the plant goes deficient fast. If it’s a daily feed on a GreasePack #2, it would be a total of 2.35 mL for all 4 products per gallon of water.


The fourth product, Bloom Accelerant, is our 0.5-17-17 PK boost and when used at an amendment dose from Day 1 of flower it fills in the gap to what all other lines are missing. Faster onset and growth and more noticeable in the first 3 weeks. If you want to find out why look at the blog post about the myth behind when to apply your PK. Marketing departments in the fertilizer industry are somewhat to blame.

Our last two products Roots2Shoots and Liquid Organic Matter are organic and add next-level flavonoids, terpenes, resin, and trichomes. Though there are many that use our Roots2Shoots in reservoir settings, it does contain our cold homogenized fish which is a very thin product but still contains fish and biology, so we normally recommend hand feeding. If interested in GreasePack #3 you should really look at each individual product description.


All lines have micronutrients but are they available in the proper amounts? We know that all nutrient lines are short on all micronutrients as well as P & K. Its part business sense, companies can't push their basic application rates or plants will fry. Every line must be in proportion to what the weakest plant can handle, not the heavy feeders, and even an application for heavy-feeding plants can’t be exact unless the grower is dialing in each product. Every grower who is looking for higher quality should have a micronutrient product to raise quality. Especially a full set of all micronutrients, not just zinc or manganese for “terpenes” at the end. All these Terpene products should have all main micronutrients in them for the highest quality. They should all have sulfur too, and I am sure they do, but none of the products put it on their label. If all the nutrient lines were correct application rates, then we could not add our GLB Micro DS to every line on the market. Sorry, we will get hate for that, but facts are facts.


How do salts affect availability? There are salt-based nutrients that are less than 50% available to the plant so a 10-10-10 would be a 5-5-5 or less. None of our nutrients, because of the low salts, can be used anywhere near the application rates of these salt-based nutrient lines or we would overdose the plants. That's why using our products as amendments that put fewer ppms into these salt-based reservoirs also makes sense. Growers add quality not quality to get better results.


How about our organic growers that put in azomite for the minerals, how much arsenic is in it? Are they all the correct trace minerals in the proper available amounts? We don't have any reported values of heavy metals in our GLB Micro DS. Every input makes a difference to the plants. We are also not saying that any one product is bad or good, it’s all subjective to what a consumer thinks of the end product. However, what we know is for the quality and price of our products, we will put it against the field…

A note about our products.


  • Fulvic Acid- Due to the strong nature of the fulvic acid in our Enhance MC please start looking at your heavy metals in soils. The more fulvic acid of any kind that is used with organic soils, the more heavy metals can be pulled up. They can make available anything in the soil available to the plant. If a grower's soil is full of arsenic or they are adding it in even small amounts, but it's in all your products, there is a point it will get into the plant. Not all soil growers are paying attention to what they are actually growing their plants in and it can be hurting them down the road. This goes for products in general as well. There are some products with high arsenic numbers even for PH downs out there. It may not seem like you add much but its one more product with heavy metals. 

  • Brix57- when starting Brix57 there can be a drain on nitrogen as more biology is created and last for a longer period, as well as nitrogen is also a food source for biology, we have seen plants go nitrogen deficient in flower. Our internal line uses up to 60% more nitrogen in flower in part due to how high we ramp up our biology. 


  • As more is pulled into the plant there is a corresponding relationship between nitrogen to potassium as well. We normally only see potassium issues in soil growers that are top dressing and the biology can't mineralize the nutrients fast enough to make them available to the plants. Also, Rock Phosphate over 7 pH can have more issues being solubilized, so growers may believe there is enough Phosphorous but it's not getting into the plant. 

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