🌿 Restore Your Plants' Vibrancy with Iron Chelate 🌿
Say goodbye to yellowing leaves and hello to robust, healthy plants with our Iron Chelate—a concentrated, water-soluble trace element powder that breathes new life into your precious greenery. It's your weapon against Iron Chlorosis, restoring natural leaf colour and promoting vigorous growth in a wide array of trees, shrubs, vines, and ornamental plants. 🌳🌹🍃
Here's why Iron Chelate is a game-changer in your garden:
Ease of Application 🙌: Whether used as a foliar spray or directly to the roots as a soil drench, Iron Chelate is a breeze to apply—getting straight to work rejuvenating your plants.
Rapid Absorption 🚀: Iron Chelate is readily absorbed by plants, providing an instant boost to their health and vitality.
Promotes Essential Plant Processes 🌱: It kick-starts photosynthesis and respiration in your plants, helping them grow stronger and healthier.
Enhances Disease Resistance 🛡️: Our formula fortifies plants, enabling them to better resist diseases and thrive throughout the growing season.
Targets Iron Deficiency 💪: Iron Chelate combats iron deficiency prevalent in acidic soils. It's particularly beneficial for Hydrangeas, Camelias, Gardenias, Azaleas and Rhododendrons.
Versatile Usage 💼: Apply it simultaneously with most insecticidal sprays, except those containing copper—making it a versatile addition to your garden care toolkit.
Turn the tide against yellowing and revitalize your garden with Iron Chelate. With its potent iron content and rapid absorption, it's the ultimate ally for your plants' health. Treat your plants to Iron Chelate today, and let them grow with renewed vigour and vitality!
Method of Application
* Dissolve 5g (1 level teaspoon) in 5 litres of water – utilization of a wetting agent is advantageous
* Spray over foliage until leaves are wet
* Repeat every week until symptoms cease
* Dissolve 5g (1 level teaspoon) in 1 litre of water. Pot plants 1g in 10 litres of water
* Apply to soil at base of plant
* Irrigate well after applying
* Repeat every four weeks
Iron [Fe] - 13.0%