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Resistance To Cold, Drought And Premature Aging Organic Zinc Seaweed Fertilizer

Usage method

Dilute 600-1000 times and spray it on the leaf surface.

Note

Precipitation is normal, and it will not affect the use.

Store in a cool, dry and ventilated place, with 0℃​≤optimum storage temperature≤30℃
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Product Description

Our product uses fresh kelp as raw material and is refined by the company's unique patented enzymatic hydrolysis technology. 


It is rich in cold resistance factors, which can significantly improve the cold resistance of the product; Kelp retains a large number of nutritional elements after enzymatic hydrolysis, such as seaweed polysaccharides, mannitol, phenols, cytokinins, gibberellin, etc., which can significantly improve the drought tolerance of crops;


At the same time, the product is rich in organic matter, iodine, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and various trace elements, as well as natural active substances rich in seaweed polysaccharides, oligosaccharides, phenols, betaine, mannitol and so on. In addition, active zinc is specially added, which can improve the immunity of crops and significantly improve the disease resistance of crops.


Scope of application

Strawberry, apple, tea, rice, citrus; celery, spinach and other green leafy vegetables, tomb vegetables; pepper, melon and other solanaceous fruits, melons.

Usage method


Dilute 600-1000 times and spray it on the leaf surface.


Note


Precipitation is normal, and it will not affect the use.

Store in a cool, dry and ventilated place, with 0℃≤optimum storage temperature≤30℃



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