With over 40 years of experience in the growing trade, PaPa’s Perfect Poop provides a quality, organic fertilizer for all your growing needs. In need of an easy to use fertilizer that won’t burn or shock your plants? Look no further! PaPa's Perfect Poop is available in 1# and 5# bags. PaPa's Perfect Poop is an OMRI Listed time release fertilizer.
To Feed Household and Container Plants: spread 1 to 4 tablespoons – depending on the size of the container (see examples below) – evenly around the base of the plants, mix gently into the growing medium, and water to activate. PaPa's Perfect Poop can be made into a ‘Super Tea’ by either suspending a cheesecloth or coffee filter, etc with 1 to 10 tablespoons per gallon, depending on the the strength desired, into a container of warm water, let stand over night or stir it occasionally. Aeration is good for extraction and good for plants. Then use the ‘tea’ to water normally once a week or more if desired. Filter the ‘tea’ and spray as a foliar feeding during the vegetative cycle.
Use the directions for Household plants or for the ‘Super Tea’ – adding an extra 1 to 4 tablespoons when switching over to the flowering cycle. Then 1 to 4 tablespoons again in 2 to 4 weeks if desired. This will give your plants the extra phosphorus they need to grow LARGER & TASTIER BUDS. There is no need to feed after about a month into flowering as the PaPa's Perfect Poop will not have enough time to break down and become available to the plants. Don’t waste a good thing!!! Look for M3 Michigan Made Mix at your favorite grow shop or feed store and check out the all in one – just add water organic growing medium. PaPa's Perfect Poop is already mixed into the soil for you in the right amounts so all you have to do is add water and grow FANTASTIC plants!
1 to 3 Gallon Container Use = 1 - 3 Tablespoons of PaPa’s
3 to 7 Gallon Container Use = 3 - 6 Tablespoons of PaPa’s
For Containers over 7 Gallons Use: 7 or more Tablespoon’s of PaPa’s up to about 15-20 Tablespoons for very large or ground grown plants.