Instructions and Schedules



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The following are guidelines for using Sonic Bloom 

Do's & Don'ts

Expose plants to sound particularly in the Early Morning, when dew is present on the plants' leaves. This allows plants to absorb more natural moisture for the rest of their day.

Use Fine Mist when spraying Sonic Bloom, paint sprayers, foggers & spray bottles on mist setting.

Always Water the leaves and plants and rinse well the day after you use Sonic Bloom Spray

If spraying outdoors, make sure that the air temperature is between 55°F and 90°F. The best time to spray is early in the morning before 10:00am on a calm day, with dew still present on the leaves. Overcast, foggy or humid conditions can extend the spraying window beyond 10:00am.

Do not spray chemicals or other products while the Sonic Bloom sound is playing. If you apply Sonic Bloom along with another product, apply Sonic Bloom first, using the Sonic Bloom sound as prescribed. After the Sonic Bloom sound has been turned off, apply the other product the next day.

Do not combine other products with Sonic Bloom Organic Nutrient Spray solution.
Do not use the Sonic Bloom sprayer to apply other products.
Do not re-use existing solutions of Sonic Bloom that have been mixed with water after one month.
 Instead, discard the solution by pouring it over the plant's roots.

If the weather is extremely hot (above 92°F) and dry, do not play the sound between 10:00am and 5:00pm


IF YOU ARE IN A DRY CLIMATE, OPERATING THE SB AUDIO BOX DURING FOGGY OR RAINY PERIODS CAN BE VERY BENEFICIAL.

SONIC BLOOM CAPS ~ Add One Sonic Bloom Dissolvable Cap to 30 oz very warm water in spray bottle (not provided). Play Music CD or Audio Box and wait at least 10 minutes, particularly in the early morning when dew is present. Shake spray bottle until Sonic Bloom Spray is foaming. Spray plants thoroughly, especially under the leaf and allow music or frequency to play One to Three hours. Rinse plants the day after or in the evening the day you Sonic Bloom Spray. Repeat spray & sound directions every 7-10 days for most plants.

SONIC BLOOM POWDER ~ Store in a cool dry place with lid tightly sealed for maximum extended shelf life. Add one teaspoon (scoop provided) to One Gallon of water. Shake well till foaming. Expose plants to sound, Music CD or Audio Box, 20 minutes before spraying thoroughly especially under the leaf. Once mixed Sonic Bloom Spray is good for one month, then discard or pour into soil. If growing Hydroponically or with Aquaponics use very fine mist and do not add Sonic Bloom spray to water.
 
Allow sound exposure for 1-3 hours particularly in the early morning, when dew is present on the plants' leaves. 
Repeat sound & spraying directions every 7-10 days for most plants.
Vegetables every 7 to 10 days.

Special Instructions:


Young Timber/Nut/Fruit Trees

Nursery trees can be sprayed weekly during non-dormancy periods. Turn on the Sound Unit at full volume and play for 45 minutes before applying the nutrient.

Outdoor Orchards Spray once a month for optimal results.

Turn on the SB Audio Box at full volume and play for 45 minutes before applying the nutrient.

IF YOU ARE IN A DRY CLIMATE, OPERATING THE SB AUDIO BOX DURING FOGGY OR RAINY PERIODS CAN BE VERY BENEFICIAL.

Mature Fruit and Nut Trees


For larger fruit/nut trees, and for fruit/nut trees that have been treated with Sonic Bloom previously, use this 7-Spray Program:

1st Spray: Pre-bloom 2nd Spray: Full bloom 3rd Spray: 2 weeks after the abortion stage (fruit drop) 4th Spray: At 40% petal fall** 5th Spray: 3 weeks later 6th Spray: 3 weeks later (Recommended, but only required if it is the first season using Sonic Bloom). 7th Spray: 3 weeks later (Recommended, but only required if it is the first season using Sonic Bloom).

For best results run the SB Audio Box in the early morning. Trees will absorb nutrients from the air & dew best during these times. If you are in a dry climate, operating the SB Audio Box in foggy or rainy periods can be beneficial.

*Additional spray periods in the weeks prior to harvest can increase size, induce maturity and result in higher sugar levels.

**If larger fruit is desired, rather than increased yield, skip 4th spray and add a spray on the end, 3 weeks after the seventh spray.

MMJ Spray Manual & Special Instructions

Harvest Spray Manual ~ Expose plants to Sonic Bloom sound frequency 1-3 hours daily beginning as a sprout, 5 days a week. When growing for harvest, once flowering you can begin to spray Sonic Bloom. Expose plants to sound for 20 minutes before spraying, especially under the leaf. Always use a fine mist. Up to 3 sprays prior harvest. Last spray 2 weeks before harvest.

Cloning Spray Manual ~ Spray when clones become present on Mother plant. Expose plants to Sonic Bloom sound frequency 20 minutes before spraying thoroughly especially under the leaf. Treat with sound 1-3 hours total daily, 5 days a week.

Seeds


1. Mix 10 drops of Sonic Bloom Spray in 8 ounces of water.
2. Turn the Music or SB Audio Box on, and soak the seeds for 8 hours.
3. Immediately plant the seeds.

If the seed is required to be dried before planting them (as is required when planting with seed-planting machines), lay them out on plastic sheeting and broom them in the sun until dry. If seeds are very small (for example, flower seeds), plant them in cell trays and water them with Seed mix solution of 10 drops Sonic Bloom & 8 ounces of water. Play the Sonic Bloom sound for at least 8 hours, then 1 hour each day.

THE SOAK SOLUTION CAN BE USED TO WATER THE SEEDS AFTER PLANTING.

Cuttings


1. Treat the plant from which the cuttings are to be taken with the Sonic Bloom process a day before taking the cuttings.

2. Using a 1:500 Sonic bloom spray to water ratio, treat the cuttings twice a week until they are established. Play the Sound 30 minutes before spraying and a minimum of two hours after spraying.

3. Once the cuttings are established, begin using the standard nutrient dilution ratio 1:500 and treat them every 7 to 14 days.

For best results, run the SB Audio Box in the early morning. Cuttings will absorb nutrients from the air during this time.

THE SOAK SOLUTION CAN BE USED TO WATER THE SEEDS AFTER PLANTING.

Grapes


1st Spray: When shoots are 3" to 5" long 2nd Spray: Pre bloom at tight petal stage 3rd Spray: At full bloom 4th Spray: At approximately 40% petal fall.* 5th Spray: 3 weeks later 6th Spray: 3 weeks later ( Recommended, but only required if it is the first season using Sonic Bloom). 7th Spray: 3 weeks later ( Recommended, but only required if it is the first season using Sonic Bloom). 8th Spray: 3 weeks later ( Recommended, but only required if it is the first season using Sonic Bloom).

For best results, run the SB Audio Box in the early morning, Cuttings will absorb nutrients from the air during this time.

**If larger fruit is desired, rather than increased yield, skip 4th spray and add a spray on the end, 3 weeks after the seventh spray.

Frost Protection


If possible, treat your plants with Sonic Bloom during the night of the frost.

If unable to apply the nutrient, some benefit can still be derived by operating the Sound through the night. The degree of frost protection varies, but most of our growers have reported 1 to 3 degrees of Fahrenheit temperature worth of protection.

Avoid running the SB Audio Box 24 hours a day, i.e., remember to turn the Sound Unit off in mid-day.

Research has not been completed on how Sonic Bloom provides frost protection. We believe that the sound stimulates the circulatory system of the plant, and the absorption of the Organic Nutrient Spray increases the sugar levels in the form of alcohol which gives the plant frost resistance.

"Sonic Doom"


Although the Sonic Bloom sound/nutrient system is organic, it also possesses another feature that could have far-reaching implications for this planet. The concept has been nicknamed "Sonic Doom", or sound aiding in the absorption of herbicide. Tests have shown that by employing the sound 45 minutes prior to spraying, even hard-to-kill mature weeds can be sprayed with 50% less herbicide, resulting in faster, total kills. The sound is so efficient at getting the herbicide into the plant that it doesn’t matter if it rains an hour after application. While we do not advocate the use of herbicides, using 50% less will obviously result in less damage to the environment. We like the idea of farmers reducing their herbicide bills by half or more and using the savings to buy Sonic Bloom nutrient to increase their yields! The Sonic Doom concept may also make the less effective, but environmentally safe, weed killers more efficient.
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