Application Can be applied to all crops. Active ingredients Spores of Trichoderma harzianum. Directions for use • Dosage: 2 x 200g Bio-Tricho per 100 l water • Application: Wash spray tank thoroughly to remove all traces of chemicals. Half fill a 10 liter bucket with water (pH 6.0-7.3) and empty the contents of two 200g sachets Bio-Tricho in it while stirring until completely suspended. Now add to water in spray tank and stir well. Properly wet plants. Active for 10-12 days. Repeat after 10-12 mm of rain. Bio-Tricho is a biological fungicide consisting of philosphere micro-organisms specifically for controlling Botrytis and root diseases such as Rhizoctonia, Phytophthora, Pythium, Fusarium, etc. As micoparasite it feeds on damaging plantpathogenes.
1L Paecilomyces lilacinus: Nematode destroying fungi have long been considered as promising bio control agents. Among these, Paecilomyces lilacinus is an effective parasite of nematode eggs, juveniles and young adults. Apply 5-15ml of Bio-Tode per 1L chlorine free water as a soil drench. 1-2 times per week depending on severity of problem.
Calcitic lime is manufactured from finely crushed (1mm) limestone – a natural source of calcium carbonate that typically exhibits a calcium content of between 33 and 35 percent, it is produced from limestone with a high purity level.
Contains natural growth hormone that speeds up growth of the plant, resulting in strong stocky bushes with short internode spacing.
Cocopeat (Coir) is a by product from the coconut husk. It's a 100% organic eco friendly multi purpose growing medium, animal bedding and a natural absorbent; makes 60L.
Ultra premium thermophilic compost, specifically made for actively aerated compost tea with added beneficial micro organisms. For 20L VortX Brewer system and makes 10 brews.
Ultra premium thermophilic compost, specifically made for actively aerated compost tea with added beneficial micro organisms. For 40L VortX Brewer system and makes 10 brews.
Diatomaceous earth is used as an insecticide, due to its abrasive and physico-sorptive properties. The fine powder absorbs lipids from the waxy outer layer of insects’ exoskeletons, causing them to dehydrate. Arthropods die as a result of the water pressure deficiency, based on Fick’s law of diffusion. This also works against gastropods and is commonly employed in gardening to defeat slugs. However, since slugs inhabit humid environments, efficacy is very low. It is sometimes mixed with an attractant or other additives to increase its effectiveness. Diatomaceous earth is also a good source of silica containing around 80%.