Nitrogen (N) - 6%
Used by the plant to produce health and strong leaf growth whilst also increasing the speed of production. Nitrogen is also one of the components of chlorophyll which is the material that turns the grass green.
Phosphorus (P) - 2%
Used to help the plant withstand stress and disease by strengthening the root system, help support the formation of starches, oils and sugars and aids the transformation of sunlight into an energy.
Potassium (K) - 18%
Assists with photosynthesis which leads to growth and vigour helping the plants to resist disease by keeping metabolic functions running smoothly.
Needed for chlorophyll production (what gives green colour in leaves). Iron deficiency causes yellowing of the leaves.
Necessary for calcium to perform its functions in the plant. The symptoms of boron deficiency are poor development of the growing tip of the plant.
Copper is required for root formation. Deficiency is rare but can occur on sandy, peaty and chalky soils with their high pH levels.
Manganese deficiency is often caused by over liming and is most often found on peaty and sandy soils with a high pH. Symptoms are similar to iron deficiency.
Enables the fixation of nitrogen but is only required in minute amounts. Deficiency symptoms are similar to nitrogen deficiency (with the addition that leaf edges may die).
The effect of zinc deficiency is to hinder the plant’s production of chlorophyll. Leaves will show a yellowing whilst the leaf veins remain green.
Our surfactant (also known as a wetting agent) allows water to disperse evenly across the plant leaf.
- Improves the uptake of nutrients
- Manages water issues
- Guards against plant stress
- Safe to beneficial microbes
- Leads to less dried out (hydrophobic) areas