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Foliar Boost - Liquid fertiliser for vegetables & herbs
SGD $8.00
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FoliarBoost
Specially formulated with high nitrate to encourage new foliar, with well-balanced phosphorus, potassium & magnesium that are excellent in promoting roots and stem development. Excellent & effective for leafy vegetables, herbs, indoor & evergreen plants.
High nitrate & potassium to encourage leaf growth & root establishment for vegetables & herbs, while a well balanced phosphate to help in stem growth.
It also contains trace elements that are essential for healthy plant growth & nourishes the soil which might be depleted due to long term cultivation.
The NPK ratio is estimated to be 21-15-9+MgO

Application instruction :
Step 1: Mix 1 capful of our FoliarBoost with 2L water.
Step 2: Water as usual.
Apply once to twice weekly on the soil.
For young plants or seedlings, mix half capful instead.
Greater result if apply on both soil & spray on plants' leaves, and use with our FoliarBloom.
Visible results can be seen on 3rd to 4th week after application.

Derived from :
Potassium nitrate, Urea, Potassium phosphate, Magnesium sulphate + various trace elements

New version created upon requested : Using 600ml & 1.5 litres recycled bottles container. It's more environmental friendly & cheaper !

Side notes : The coloring is achieved through using food dye in order to differential between our other products series. If sometimes the color appears darker or lighter, it does not meant that the solution is more concentrated or diluted. It simple meant that i had put in extra drops then it should have been :~)
Also, if u keep the nutrient under strong lighting, it will gradually decolorised after couples of months (6-8 mths) into colorless liquid. However, the effect is still there, and it had been tested with content that is over 5yrs - so no worries, just use it as it is.

A common question asking are the veggies

Location: Tradehub21 18 boonlay way


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