Italpollina GroTab, Fertilizers

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Italpollina GroTab, Fertilizers

All-Natural GroTab (12-8-4) Fertilizer provides easy use in greenhouses, gardens, landscapes, orchards and vineyards. This fertilizer is enhanced with two types of beneficial microbials that act as biostimulants! These biostimulants work together to improve resistance to disease as well as to advance nutrient uptake. The 3in1 tablets work to create the most suitable environment for root development and creates a more uniform yield. This fertilizer also protects against pathogen fungi and other soil-borne diseases, boosts tolerance to stress and quickly activates the soil for microbials to improve soil for life-long plant benefits! How many tablets do I need? Nursery and Landscape Ornamentals: 1 or 2 tablets per plant as determined by plant size Horticulture under Greenhouse: 1 tablet per plant New Vineyards: 2 tablets per plant Fruit Trees: 2 tablets per plant Vegetable and Garden Plants: 1 tablet per plant Derived from: Urea-formaldehyde, vegetal protein hydrolysate, ammonium phosphate, potassium phosphate Guaranteed Analysis: Total Nitrogen (N) ..................... 12.00% (2.00% Ammoniacal Nitrogen, 2.00% Urea Nitrogen, 8.00% Water Soluble Nitrogen) Available Phosphate (P2O5)..... 8.00% Soluble Potash (K2O) ............... 4.00%
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