Guard ‘N’ Aid Leaf & Bud
Guard ‘n’ Aid Leaf & Bud
Guard ‘n’ Aid Leaf & Bud is a concentrated natural preparation for plants. It has beneficial bacteria that improve plant calcium absorption
Comes in 250ml.
5 in stock
Guard ‘n’ Aid Leaf & Bud is a concentrated natural preparation for plants. It has beneficial bacteria that improve plant calcium absorption and promote healthy leaf growth. This plant food is also compatible with soil-less systems. In addition to boosting plant growth and calcium absorption.
Guard ‘n’ Aid Leaf & Bud will also increase the tolerance of your plants to stress.
You can use this plant food on a regular schedule, and check for symptoms of stress before you apply it.
This product contains lipopeptides, which form mixed micelles on the plant’s surface. They perforate the membranes of fungal cells and spores, suppressing botrytis and other diseases.
They are also compliant with agricultural legislation and are safe to use. Guard N Aid Leaf & Bud is recommended for use on all types of plants in soil and soil-less environments. It is a good choice for those plants whose growth is affected by high or low temperatures. Light leakage, or other factors.
Beneficial bacteria are present in the all-natural Healthy Leaf & Bud formula, and because it is administered as a foliar spray. It is quickly absorbed to encourage the growth of healthy leaves. Additionally, it aids in enhancing crucial calcium uptake and absorption. Enabling flowers to develop big and strong even under less-than-ideal environmental conditions.
What to use
Might be utilised in soil- and soil-less setups, and it ought to be used in addition to your regular feeding schedule to give plants a boost. Alternatively, you can use Healthy Leaf & Bud to revive stressed plants that have been harmed by extreme heat or cold, light leakage, or any other number of issues.
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