Canna Cure - Pest Control / Eliminator - 750ml Ready to Use Spray Bottle or 1 Litre Concentrate
Canna Cure is an unique leaf nutrient that prevents and controls plant pests and mildew.
Also having the bonus of being free of toxins and friendly to the environment, Canna Cure enables healthier plants, bigger flowers and increased yields.
We never understood the use of toxic chemicals on plants. Let alone plants you intend to consume! Thankfully Canna have the perfect answer. Suitable for most problems or pests including; Mildew, whitefly, aphids, spider mites, mealy bug, the list goes on.
Of course, you want to protect your plants in the best way possible. But how? Harsh chemical pesticides may get the job done, but they pollute the environment and poison your flowers and fruits. But on the whole the more traditional disease and pest control methods just don't work well enough.
Canna Cure is a product that has it all. Environmentally friendly, this product eliminates pests and mildew, while stimulating growth and blooming.
Developed by Canna Research Laboratories, you know it's going to be good. Not just a cure this is also a protection product and leaf nutrient. It ensures a healthier plant, which rather than having to fight, can concentrate on producing big flowers and bigger yields.
Canna Cure forms a protective layer or "second skin" to help resist future infections or diseases too. This layer is also a foilar feed, helping achieve the optimal photosynthesis for your plant. This skin has another benefit, it traps any pests before they have a chance to damage your plants.
Spray Canna Cure over the plant ensuring the underside of the leaves are coated too.
When dealing with heavier infestations of mildew, whitefly, spider mites or mealy bugs we recommend applying every 3 days until a weekly regime can be resumed.
Being toxin free, Canna Cure can be used from the beginning of growth until harvesting, alongside your normal feeding routine.
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