HOUSEPLANT SOIL BOOSTER

Insect humus

 

Our SOIL BOOSTER is 100% composed of insect humus naturally produced in a bioconversion process that transforms plant residues into highly rich compost for plants. In addition to improving the structure of the soil, it favours the activity of beneficial microorganisms, increasing the availability of nutrients for plants.

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WHY YOU SHOULD USE OUR SOIL BOOSTER

A balanced and healthy soil is a soil with an aerated structure and at the same time with a good capacity to retain water and nutrients, easily accessible to the plants.

Over time, the soil tends to lose these properties. The decrease in organic matter negatively influences the number of useful microorganisms that live in the soil.

Regular application of our SOIL BOOSTER renews the quality of the soil and prolongs its useful life, favouring the activity of beneficial microorganisms and promoting the availability of nutrients for the plants. Studies also indicate that the residual presence of chitin triggers a reaction process against potential predators, making plants more resistant to an eventual attack.

 

QUANTITY, INGREDIENTES AND HOW TO USE

Quantity: 0.6 l

Ingredients: 100% insect humus

Chemical composition: organic matter 77%; 2.5% nitrogen; phosphorus 5.2%; potassium 5.5%; calcium 1.6%; 0.9% magnesium; copper 21 mg/kg; zinc 135 mg/kg; pH 8.9

How to use: Every two months, lightly spread a portion of our SOIL BOOSTER on the soil around the plant to lightly cover its surface. Lightly mixture it in the soil. Being a very light product, water carefully so that the product does not leak. You can use it on all your houseplants.

Keep the package closed and in a cool place. It may have an odour when closed in the package, which dissipates quickly when applied as suggested.

This is a product that was born out of a partnership between Generosa and Entogreen, a Portuguese company that applies a bio-based technology, using insects as an engine for transforming waste nutrients into nutritional sources for plants and animals.