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10 Month Old Cocoa Since Planted

11/15/2015

This guys were fed with Full On by Grow Switch since they were transplanted on the ground. And seems like they’re growing much faster than the other one that is being planted 5 months earlier than them. They are 100% Cide_Free, meaning no pesti/insecti/fungi/herbi or any kind of cide…

11 13 2015

10 month old Cocoa (CB)

@ 3rd month (CB)

(CB) @ 3rd month. I hope you noticed it.. 🙂

 

11 13 2015

Cocoa on the left hand side is at 15 month old and on the right hand side (CB) is at 10 month old

By the way , before we proceed, want you to take a look at this comparison between 15 and 10 month old cocoa.. As for me, seems like the 10 month old is growing more faster. The reason is that the older plant was 5 months without Full On, and it started to have the juice at its early 5th month. Anyway, check out some of the 10 months old cocoa I am also referring to …

11 13 2015

Here is (CA)

11 13 2015

10th month and counting (CD)

Beneath this photo was when it’s at its 3rd month.. (Just look into the back of that Picus.. 🙂 )

4/17/2015

4/17/2015 (3rd month) (CD)

11 13 2015

@ their 10th month since planted on the ground (CC) (11/13/2015)

11/15/2015

11/15/2015 (CC) 2 days after the above photo. What you’ve noticed is the growth rate within 2 days

11 13 2015

They’re 100% Cides FREE (CB)

Now let’s move back some months ago…

12/8/2015

12/8/2014  The night when this seedlings arrived. *Seedlings Credit: Peter Paul Cruz

12/19/2014 Day with FullOn by Grow Switch

(12/19/2014) Day 1 with Full On by Grow Switch

1 7 2015

This were them (1/7/2015) 19-20 days since Full On/after using “The Juice”

5/29/2015

4th month (CA)

6/2/2015

The flowers, as usual bloomed but can’t yet bear fruits… (CA)

5 months old

5 months old (CA)

6/27/2015

(CA) 6/27/2015

6/25/2015

5th month (CB) (6/25/2015)

6/27/2015

6/27/2015 (CC)

6/29/2015

6/29/2015 (CB)

6/29/2015

6/29/2015 (CC)

7/2/2015

7/2/2015 (CB)

7/2/2015

7/2/2015 (CC)

7/7/2015 (CB)

7/7/2015 (CB)

7/7/2015 (CC)

7/7/2015 (CC)

(CB) 7/12/2015

(CB) 7/12/2015

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(CB) @ 6th month

(CB) @ 6th month

(CB) 7/12/2015

(CB) 7/12/2015

(CC) @ 6th month 7/12/2015

(CC) @ 6th month 7/12/2015

7/12/2015 (CC)

7/12/2015 (CC)

(CA) @ 7th month 8/9/2015

(CA) @ 7th month 8/9/2015

(CA) 8/9/2015

(CA) 8/9/2015

CA, is more like always dormant, but when it wakes up. It really and always going/gone crazy.. 😀 It’s either it flashes more shoots, or popping more flowers. This guys don’t seem to cease producing flowers even if they’re still at an early stage. They will only stop flowering for a week or so, and then goes again.

How can I get more growth and more yield, with less fertilizers?

One of the many ways that FULL ON works is by improving the cationic exchange capacity that dramatically increases yields while decreasing the need for fertilizers. FULL ON is stimulating the electro-magnetic action (cation exchange capacity) of the plants roots, which helps them to more efficiently use vital nutrients and moisture necessary for optimum growth. Consumers report increased growth, BRIX levels and yields, while reducing the quantity and expense of fertilizers and insecticides. Small gardeners and large-scale farmers are excitedly reporting increased growth and astounding yield increases, doubled, tripled and quadrupled profits?

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(CA) 8/9/2015

(CA) 8/9/2015

(CA) 8/9/2015

(CA) @ 7th month 8/9/2015 and is always keeping me amaze/amazed with their fusion with Full On by Grow Switch

8/14/2015 (CA)

8/14/2015 (CA)

(CA) 8/19/2015

(CA) 8/19/2015

8/14/2015 (CC)

8/14/2015 (CC)

CC is obviously doing great, and so as the veggies beneath it…

(CC) 8/19/2015

(CC) 8/19/2015

Already harvested some of the veggies beneath (CC) (Salad Mix) 🙂

(CC) 8/14/2015

(CB) 8/14/2015

(CB) 8/19/2015

(CB) 8/19/2015

(CD) 8/19/2015

(CD) 8/19/2015

That’s it guys! The next update of them is when they started to bear fruits… 🙂  And I am excited and can’t wait the moment it will happen. (Will leave them cocoa plants/crops for awhile so they can have all the time they need for the next stage).

So, I am a first time cocoa grower (newbie), it’s my 1st year in this industry. And obviously my plants are looking great, and more a like it was just easy to grow them and get results like what I’ve had got, but the truth is that, it’s more because of Full On by Grow Switch. I know most of you guys won’t believe me, but it’s cool. I won’t force you to believe me either. It’s just the plants, they will speak for themselves. And will let them tell everyone how “The Juice” makes them happy by showing it to you guys, cause “Plants Don’t Lie”, don’t they?! 🙂 CHEERS!

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Credits to: Vincent for the design…

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About JessieJahMist

Official Product Distributor of Grow Switch LLC in Philippines (Davao City) Self taught Horticulturist , Aquaponicist, Hydroponicist, Geoponicist and some more

3 Responses to "10 Month Old Cocoa Since Planted"

  • Florentino Reyrd
    November 28, 2015 - 9:10 pm Reply

    How much is the full on and the packaging. How do you use it.

  • Florentino Reyrd
    November 28, 2015 - 9:10 pm Reply

    How much is the full on and the packaging. How do you use it.

    • JessieJahMist
      December 1, 2015 - 1:53 am Reply

      “Full On is a new proprietary highly concentrated nano-based biostimulant and organic catalyst that sets new levels for nutrient uptake and plant utilization, resulting in a massive increase in cell division and overall plant growth, flower sites and sugar production.

      As every growing environment is unique with countless variables, it is recommended that you initially start with half strength (50%) of your favorite nutrient blend and gradually increase PPM’s to maintain aggressive and healthy growth. Feed Full On once or twice a week to plants as needed to maintain accelerated growth patterns.

      Full On is an excellent foliar spray and will help to achieve a mineral balance in the leaves. Use 4ml/gallon and spray both sides of leaves.

      As Full On allows plants to use and convert a much higher % of nutrients present in the soil/reservoir into new plant growth, it’s important to make sure plants are fed enough NPK’s throughout the grow cycle to avoid to nutrient deficiencies and to maintain accelerated growth and increased yields.”

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