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Bio Nova - 250ml Silution – Silicon
Silution is a plant strengthening liquid fertiliser that helps plants grow bigger and cope with most environmental stresses.
Bio Nova Silution consists of a stabilised and bioavailable form of silicic acid. It is a highly plant-available and bio-active product that has positive effects on the plant. Silution results in a better harvest: higher yield and a better quality.
The effectiveness of silicic acid in strengthening the plant and stimulating growth and flowering is particularly visible with growers that have less optimal growing conditions such as in greenhouses, indoor crops, growing in warm climates and high infection risk conditions. Silution should be given right from the start of the growing period for the plant’s rooting system to grow bigger. Bigger roots take up more nutrients, which in turn allows the plant to grow better, faster and stronger, and helps the plant to resist external and internal diseases.
Silution’s unique qualities are enhanced with the addition of high-grade and purified biological fulvic acid. This pure fulvic acid not only further stabilises the present silicic acid, it also stimulates the plant’s natural defence mechanism. The addition of other trace elements such as boric acid and zinc, even further increases the stability and effectiveness.
Bio Nova Silution Benefits:
A crop that has a higher resistance against the negative impact of stress.
Stronger cell walls.
A stronger defence against plant infections and pests.
A stronger defence against temperature differences and/or extreme temperatures.
A higher quality and yield.
A higher dry weight content of the end product.
Combine Silution with the fertiliser scheme throughout the entire growing cycle at 2ml per litre.
Available in 250ml bottles.
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