ROOTING FERTILIZER FOR PLANTS AND SEEDS
The rooting fertilizer for plants, cuttings, seeds and legs is a crystalline fertilizer. It contains all the nutrients necessary for plant rooting processes, both in the methods of vegetative reproduction (legs, cuttings) and generative reproduction (from sown seeds). This fertilizer can be used in the form of sprinkling also water solution.
- fertilizer supporting plant rooting during vegetative (from cuttings, legs) also generative (from seeds) reproduction
- high content of phosphorus also other essential elements supports the process of creating a healthy root ball
- enough for 250 liters of water for irrigation
- nitrogen (N) – 5%
- phosphorus (P2O5) – 13%
- potassium (K2O) – 5%
- magnesium (MgO) – 10%
- Micronutrients: boron (B) 0.02%, copper (Cu) * 0.02%, iron (Fe) * 0.07%, manganese (Mn) * 0.04%, molybdenum (Mo) 0.004%, zinc (Zn)*0.015%
* chelated by EDTA
The rooting fertilizer for cuttings, seeds also legs is a crystalline fertilizer. It contains all the nutrients necessary for plant rooting processes, both in the methods of vegetative reproduction (legs, cuttings) and generative reproduction (from sown seeds). You can use this fertilizer by sprinkling it or making a water solution.
The high content of phosphorus also other essential elements intensifies the development of root buds and quickly develops a strong root system. Properly balanced doses of potassium are important in the process of seed germination. The fertilizer also includes an initial dose of nitrogen, which plants require for forming new shoots and ensuring proper growth.
Zinc enhances seed germination by participating in the synthesis of auxins, which govern root formation. Manganese is an activator of many enzymes involved in the construction of proteins – the basic component of the tissues of the roots also stems. Boron plays a significant role in creating growths at the tips of the shoots.
Its deficiency will result in growth inhibition and vertex dieback. Crystalline fertilizers are intervention fertilizers – they immediately replenish nutrient deficiencies thanks to minerals that are available to plants in easily digestible forms.
Use in rooting cut off legs for vegetative propagation, planting out seedlings and when sowing seeds. Use the fertilizer depending on the method of rooting:
Rooting of the stems: Dampen the rooted part of the torn off or cut off mother plant with water. Pour 0.5 teaspoon of fertilizer (2.5 g of fertilizer) into the bottom of the hole prepared for the seedling. Mix the poured fertilizer with the soil in the hole. Put the seedling in a hole, cover it with soil and water it with water
LARGING BREATHING: Depending on the size of the plants, add 0.5-1 teaspoons of fertilizer (2.5-5 g of fertilizer) to the bottom of the hole. Mix the fertilizer poured in with the soil, water the hole with water and plant the plant out.
SOWING SEEDS: Sprinkle the grooves prepared for sowing with fertilizer at a dose of 1-2 teaspoons (5-10 g) per 1 m, then gently mix and sow the seeds into them. Cover the sown seeds with soil and water.
APPLICATION IN THE FORM OF SOLUTION: After planting out the legs, seedlings or sowing seeds, the fertilizer can be used in the form of a water solution, allocating 1 teaspoon of fertilizer per 5 liters of water (1 g of fertilizer per 1 liter of water). Water the sown seeds or plants with the prepared solution.
The recommended doses should not be exceeded, because the fertilizer is highly condensed.
Available packages: 250g
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