Dutch Pro Silica - von Liebig Special

€66,30
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Dutchpro Silica - Von Liebig's Special is used to increase yield and train your plant.

Available in: 250ml, 1 Liter and 5 liter....More information
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    Dutch Pro Silica - In honor of Justus von Liebig

    Dutchpro Silica - Von Liebig's Special is used to increase yield and train your plant.

    Dutchpro NutrientsStress Train your plantsDutchpro NutrientsIncreased resistance to droughtDutchpro NutrientsBushier Plants, Improved yield

     

    Silica

    Dutchpro Silica - Von Liebig's Special is used to increase yield and train your plant against stress. Silica improves the plant's nutrient uptake, promotes stronger and thicker stems, resists bacterial and fungal diseases and reduces stress. Silica also ensures better root development and faster growth. Dutchpro Silica - Von Liebig's Special is highly concentrated and uses nanotechnology to increase its effectiveness.

    Thicker, sweeter and heavier

    Silica increases resistance to heat and drought and allows the plants to develop thicker stems. This results in a faster juice flow and more nutrients can be transported to the right parts of the plant. Over time your plants will develop visibly thicker fruits, which are not only bigger, but also sweeter and heavier.

    • NPK: 0.1 - 0.1 - 0.1
    • Dosage: 0.4 mL per 1 L

     

    Justus von Liebig

    Dutch Pro developed the Silica plant food in honor of Justus Freiherr von Liebig, a German scientist who made great contributions to agricultural and biological chemistry, and is considered one of the most important founders of organic chemistry.

    He has been described as the "father of the fertilizer industry" because of his emphasis on nitrogen and trace elements as essential nutrients for plants, and his formulation of the law of the minimum, which described how plant growth depended on the most scarce nutrients, rather than the total amount of available resources.

    He is also considered the inventor and first user of fertilizer.

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