Liquid Solution (3-3-3)
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All-Purpose Fertilizer Plus Multi-Minerals. Dr. Earth Liquid Solution was formulated for gardeners who want to enhance plant growth and quickly correct nutrient deficiencies. One quart makes 16 gallons of nutrient solution.
Contains organic nutrients, humic acids and seaweed extract for use on all plants, including fruits and vegetables, trees, shrubs, ornamentals, container plants and turf. Liquid Solution can make a huge difference in plant growth and performance. Approved for use in organic gardens.
• Formulated for use indoors… or out!
• Ideal for both soil and foliar applications
• Stimulates root and seedling vigor
• Promotes flowering and fruit set
• Reduces transplant shock
• Encourages re-growth in stressed plants
• Increases humus content in soils
Available in quart and gallon sizes.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Soil Application Rates: Use 4 tablespoons (2 oz.) per gallon of water. May be mixed in a watering can, tank sprayer or in irrigation systems. Apply directly to the soil in containers or inside of the drip line for larger in-ground plants. Apply every 2-4 weeks throughout the growing season.
Foliar Application Rates: Use 4 tablespoons (2 oz.) per gallon of water. Apply to plant foliage by spraying both the top and bottom of leaves. Try to avoid spraying blooms directly. Do NOT apply when the plant is excessively stressed for moisture (wilted) or during periods of high temperature. Can be applied every 10-14 days throughout the growing season.
Ingredients: Enzyme hydrolyzed soy, rock phosphate, potassium sulfate, potassium-magnesium sulfate, copper sulfate, iron sulfate, manganese sulfate, molybdic oxide and zinc sulfate.
The best time to foliar spray is late in the afternoon or in the early dawn, when temperatures are mild and wind is minimal. Absorption is further enhanced when weather conditions are humid and moist. For best results, coat the underside of leaves where the majority of the stomata (leaf pores) are located.