pH substrate – is a soil-applied fertiliser intended for the fertilisation of soil and correction of its pH value. It is applied for the acidification of the soil. The product contains substances which improve the properties of the liquid, which affects the length and effectiveness of the acidification treatment. The treament may be carried out before the establishment of the crops as well as during the vegetation period. The application of the product is recommended for the purpose of acidification of soil in crops of acidophiles such as heathers, ericas, rhododendrons, azaleas, hydrangeas, blueberries and the majority of conifers.
The fertiliser is helpful in combating chlorosis.
Apply the product directly into the soil before establishing crops, at a concentration of 1% (100 ml per 10 l of water). Dissolve the measured amount of the formulation, mix it and then water the area of about 10 m2. If necessary, repeat the treatment until the desired pH value is obtained. It is recommended to measure the pH value of the substrate in order to ascertain its expected pH value.
The fertiliser matches well the needs of our plants and has a positive impact on the fast and abundant crops. If there is a need to correct the pH value of the earth to make it more acid, we must necessarily get the Target pH substrate which acidifies the soil and reduces its pH value.
This is a product for soil application which should be used to fertilise the soil and correct its pH value in order to acidify it. It has a rapid effect and is efficient owing to the microelements and substances which improve the liquid properties. The product affects the length and effectiveness of the acidification treatment. Plants receive the substrate which is matched to them very well, therefore, they can fully develop and grow.
Directions for use
The acidification treatment must be carried before the establishment of the crops and also already during the vegetation. It is particularly recommended for acidification of the soil in crops of acidophiles such as heathers, rhododendrons and blueberries. The fertiliser helps to combat chlorosis. It is sufficient for dissolution in 10 l of water.