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Uhlig succulent fertilizer the ideal supplementary fertilizer

liquid fertilizer for all succulents,
improved recipe.

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Delivery time: 12-20 working days**

 

Characteristics:

The perfect liquid fertilizer for all succulents 3,6 % N, 1,2 % P2O5, 1.8 % K2O and trace nutrients, improved recipe.

Extremely plant-tolerant, all nutrients fully digestible, suitable for foliar and soil fertilization, optimizes water quality through built-in buffer system (pH regulation) and super-chelation. Dosage: 1/2 cap (3 ml) to 1 liter of water from March to September 1 x per month for succulents. For perfect fertilization of cacti: use supplement Uhlig Succulent Fertilizer in spring.

Detailed fertilizer information: In the rest time, nitrogen evaporates, the other nutrients remains bound back in the earth. Therefore, it is important in the spring with our succulent fertilizer to compensate for this deficiency. To start the culture in spring fertilize 2 to 3 times with succulent fertilizer, then sphaeric cacti and other high succulent Euphorbia, Mesems, etc. fertilized with cactus fertilizer. Succulents with leafes such as Madagascar palms fertilize constantly with succulent fertilizer. You fertilize about once a month or every second watering between March and September. After winterrest, start with 1 to 2 doses of untreated water to stimulate fine root growth before applying fertilizer. With this concept you start into a successful cactus season and maintain your cacti and other succulents according to your needs.

type: Uhlig succulent fertilizer: the perfect supplementary fertilizer
Item number: 700092
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