Humic Acid based plant tonic which will improve flowering and fruition.

Usage: 5ml per liter as foliar spray & as soil application.

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Plant Tonic Concentrate, 100 Ml

Plant Tonic Concentrate, 100 Ml  is an Humic acid is not a fertilizer as it does not directly provide nutrients to plants, but is a compliment to fertilizer.
Benefits include:
• Increase root vitality
• Improved nutrient uptake
• Increased chlorophyll synthesis
• Better seed germination
• Increased fertilizer retention
• Stimulate beneficial microbial activity
• Healthier plants and improved yields when Plant Tonic Concentrate 100 Ml been used in clay soils, humic acid can help break up compacted soils, allowing for enhanced water penetration and better root zone growth and development. When applied to sandy soils, humic acid adds essential organic material necessary for water retention thus improving root growth and enhancing the sandy soil’s ability to retain and not leach out vital plant nutrients.

is a concentrated form of the proteins found in the leaves of plants. It has been examined as a human or animal food source, because it is potentially the cheapest, most abundant source of available protein. Although humans can derive some protein from the direct consumption of leaves as leaf vegetables, the human digestive system would not be able to deal with the enormous bulk of leaves needed to meet dietary protein requirements with leaf vegetables alone.

Q: what product you recommend for Turmeric growing plants with 2 month preferabally water souluable to be used in drip irrigation
— Asked by uday devarshi on August 30, 2015
A: Dear Uday. Some of the water-soluble fertiliser/pesticides that are suitable for drip-irrigating Turmeric plants are: Plant Tonic, Agni-Astra, Neem Oil, Clotol, etc.
Q: How to use it?
— Asked by M S SARMA on July 30, 2015
A: Hello Mr.MS Sarma, thanks for writing to us, the concentrate can be used as; 5ml per liter as foliar spray & as soil application.

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