Usage: Add 10ml of Clotol H to 1 liter of water and spray on plants. For better results spray on both sides of the leaves and other parts where insects are found.
Active Ingredients*: 1.4%
The manure pellets are made from selected oil cakes and growth promoting substances and they provide the plants all the needed micro and macro nutrients. These pellets are “organic manure pellets”, Eco-Friendly & Nontoxic.
Width is 3 meters and Length is the quantity you purchase when you add to cart (1 meter length is default)
1. Longer life than other shade nets – This net is made of virgin HDPE instead of recycled HDPE. This ensures better tensile strength and other structural properties leading to longer life. Also UV stabilization prevents degradation of material by ultraviolet rays from the sun.
2. Decay resistant and resistant to chemicals used in horticulture/floriculture
3. Moisture resistant and easily washable
4. Resistant to chemicals used in horticulture/floriculture.
5. Lightweight – hence easy to carry and install.
8. Shade percentage – 50% – this means that the net will cut out 50% of the light intensity.
9. Ideal for – Gardens, Sapling Nurseries, Terraces
Table top grow bags-6 QTY
Trays for grow bags- 6 QTY
Processed Peatbrick suitable for grow bag- 6 QTY
Boon Harvest satchet- 50gm
Directions for use:
1. Open the grow bag and place it on tray
2. Pour about 350ml water in the bag to reconstitute Peatbrick planting media.
3. Once the media has fully expanded stir with spoon and the fluffy media is ready for planting.
Also available in below pattern, product will be sent according to availability of pattern
Great for Pecan Trees and other zinc loving trees/plants
Preservative for skins and leather
Zinc Sulphate 1 Kg
Zinc is an important micronutrient .It take part in the making of chlorophyll, auxin & growth harmones. Zinc deficiency can be detected by the weakness of the apex of leaves, strange leaf lengthening and shortening of internodes, leaf vein chlorosis and delay of the plant growth. The deficiency of Zinc can be removed by the use of Zinc Sulphate heptahydrate as fertilizer.
Copper sulphate can be used as a fertilizer or fungicide. It is commonly used by gardeners and commercial farmers to prevent problems with fungus or mold. The effects of copper sulphate on plants may be negative or positive. The copper status of the soil, together with the frequency of application and quantity of copper sulphate applied, will determine the effects of copper sulphate on plants.