Biohumus Max for Herbs 1l
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The natural, organic product based on biohumus which improves substrate properties. It is intended for the supply of all varieties of herbs cultivated in pots and gardens. Biohumus is a fertiliser which is produced as a result of digestion of organic substance by red Californian earthworms. It improves the taste of herbs and their development. There is no danger of overfertilisatoin. The product is registered on the list of fertilisers and agents which improve the soil properties and which are qualified for use in organic agriculture.
Biohumus MAX for herbs is an organic product which improves the quality of substrate and supports the development of herbs.
Directions for use
The supply of herbs with Biohumus is highly recommended:
Once a week - herbs with high nutritional requirements, which produce large green mass in a short time,
maximum once in 3 weeks - herbs with low nutritional requirements.
Flowering herbs, in full development, characterised by large mass, should be watered with a product solution which improves soil properties, at a dilution of 1:1. Depending on the required amount of the solution, the volume of the agent intended for this purpose must be withdrawn and supplemented with water up to the required volume of the solution, and used for watering, after everything is mixed
The supply ends at the turn of August and September.
It is also recommended to supply the flowering herbs every 7-10 days for a period of vegetation, once or twice a month during the winter period.
20 - 100 ml of product should be diluted in 1 litre of water. Such plants as, for instance, purple basil, sage, rocket and other plants in full development, with large mass, must be watered upon thorough mixing at a dilution of 1:1.
Biohumus MAX is an organic product which improves the properties of soil, and which is effective in all substrates and types of soil. In the case of plants cultivated in pots, it enriches the substrate with organic mater, improving the sorption complex. With reference to plants cultivated in the open field, it gives a boost to biological life of the soil.