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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DR ORGANICS 4 3 4 AND OTHER DRY AMENDMENTS
Dr organics living soil Dry amendment 4 3 4 is a unique blend of organic dry amendments there is no need to buy many different inputs everything is included in Dr organics 4 3 4. Most other amendments available are comprised of large amounts of volcanic rock dust making the product heavy and cheap to produce.
ABOUT DR ORGANICS LIVING SOIL 4 3 4 DRY AMENDMENT
Dr Organics 4 3 4 dry amendment is a complete all-purpose fertilizer, it can be used to supercharge any soil medium.
After harvest to reuse your soil add 12 grams per litre of medium and mix in well, this will bring your soil back to life ready to use again from start to finish.
FOR BEST RESULTS
For increased flower production and larger yields simply top dress with our 2 8 10 bloom amendment as directed. Use on house plants, garden plants roses fruits vegetables tomatoes and more.
FOR EXTENDED VEG & MOTHER PLANTS
If you notice the leaves losing colour and turning from a dark lush green to a lighter lime green simply top dress with 5 to 7 grams per litre and water in well, your plant will return to a lush dark green within a few days. This will provide the plant with food for another few weeks and the process can be repeated if needed.
Do not use within the last 2/3 weeks of harvest as depleting the plants of all remaining nutrients within the soil and cell structure of the plant and leaf canopy before harvest produces the greatest final product.
VOLCANIC ROCK DUST
Rock Dust benefits include high yields, tastier fruit and vegetables and increased resistance to pests and drought
Frass has been shown to have almost completely deterred pest damage to crop plants. Frass acts as a deterrent for plant-eating insects while still supporting key pollinators, like bees and butterflies. As chitin is also commonly found in insects, plants mistake frass chitin for a warning of imminent insect attack.
Krill meal is a true superfood for your soil. Not only will it increase the overall fertility of your garden beds, you can also use it to protect your plants against pests and disease. The slow-release properties make it ideal for fending off ringworm. Even more so, the high mineral content allows your plants to grow robustly. It also contains a polysaccharide called chitin. When it’s tilled in, chitin helps plants to fight off root rot, blight, and powdery mildew. Also, it provides the perfect habitat space for the soil microorganisms that produce enzymes to destroy root-damaging nematodes.
Organic Fish Meal is an excellent source of nitrogen and phosphorus and is recommended for all vegetable gardens, flower beds and all types of outdoor plants, trees and shrubs. Fish Meal stimulates soil microbial life, promotes vigorous root development and provides an early season boost for all your plants.
It is a beneficial fungus that is specific to and the very best for cannabis. Both hemp and marijuana profit from its use. The fungal hyphae attach themselves to the roots of the cannabis plant. This can effectively triple the root mass of the plant.
Neem Seed Meal is produced during the extraction of oil from the seed of the Indian Neem tree (Azadiracta indica). It is an excellent way to strengthen root systems, improve plant immunity and balance nutrient levels in the soil.
MALTED BARLEY POWDER
It is chock full of beneficial enzymes such as phosphatase, chitinase, urease, protease and amylase. These enzymes act as catalysts in your soil, helping microbes break matter down into nutrients your plant can use. One of the main benefits of using Barley is that it enables plants to finish faster than those without
Good Source of Minerals: Along with high nitrogen content, alfalfa is filled with plenty of other beneficial garden minerals, including iron, zinc, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and others.
Growth Hormone: Alfalfa contains triacontanol, a hormone that stimulates the growth of plant roots, enhances photosynthesis, and increases beneficial microbes which help to suppress many soil-borne diseases.
Builds Up the Soil: The high nitrogen content in alfalfa makes it easy for surrounding organic material to decompose. This helps prevent compaction in the garden by improving soil structure and acting like a sponge to absorb excess moisture and help prevent erosion.
Helps Resist Drought: Adding alfalfa to the soil increases its sponge-like tendencies. Therefore, making it easier for water to be absorbed and held in the soil, even during times of drought.
Encourages Growth: Within alfalfa is a substance called triacontanol is a hormone that stimulates plants to grow better roots and increase photosynthesis, which leads to stronger, larger garden plants.
Controls Harmful Nematodes: studies have shown that the use of alfalfa meal in gardens can reduce the infestation of root-knot nematodes that attack tomato plants, thereby helping you get a bigger harvest.
Provides Food For Microorganisms: Everything living in your soil loves alfalfa. This is because of its tasty nutrients, meaning an infusion of alfalfa will help beneficial microbes and worms to thrive.
HUMIC & FULVIC ACID
The Role Of Humic Acid In Plant Growth
For crops, humic and fulvic acids are chelators. They combine minerals to make them into organic compounds that can be ingested by plants more easily. They also enable the soil to hold more water and can increase the water infiltration of the soil.
Seaweed or kelp meal fertilizer makes a great organic amendment to garden soil. It’s an excellent bioactivator, waking up all the microbes in the soil to help break down organic matter and make it available to plants. It also contains macro and micronutrients, trace elements, and vital resources.
Bone meal acts as a great fertiliser for a few key reasons. The first is that it’s a great source of phosphorus, which is an essential nutrient for plants to help them flower and new plants to produce strong roots, so is good for root vegetables such as onions, garlic, carrot and parsnip.
Lime has two effects on soil. First, it neutralises acidity. Second, it may be a slow-acting alternative or a complement to gypsum in the treatment of sodic,
DR ORGANICS 4-3-4 COMPLETE
DIRECTIONS FOR USE :
Add 12 grams per litre of substrate.
Example: 20 litre soil 20 x 12 = 240g
To re-amend used soil add 600g
(1 litre by volume) per 50 litres.
8 grams per litre of soil lightly fertilised
12 grams per litre of soil medium fertilised
18 grams per litre of soil heavily fertilised
Please use appropriate safety equipment when mixing dry amendment. Gloves, face covering and goggles.
DO NOT INGEST
MIX IN A WELL-VENTILATED AREA
4 litre 2.4Kg
10 litre 6Kg