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Build Up Strength Against Environmental Deficiencies While Boosting Respiration & Photosynthesis
You probably think you've covered all your bases: your NPK is on point, your pH is dialed in, and there isn't a pest in sight. Sounds good, but did you know that plants without Manganese can suffer? This important micronutrient plays a valuable role in photosynthesis, nitrogen assimilation and helping plants hold their own against environmental stresses.
Manganese deficiency can occur when the pH of the growing medium exceeds 6.5, because it is tied up and unavailable for uptake. Deficiency can also occur from low fertilizer application rates, use of general purpose fertilizers (which typically have reduced micronutrient contents), excessive leaching or applying too many iron chelate drenches.
OMRI Listed® and Registered CDFA Organic Input Material.
Bush Doctor Manganese contains 5% Manganese (Mn).
Prepare Your Plants To Perform!
How To Use:
- Mix 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoons (1.25 to 2.5 mL) per gallon (4 L) of water.
- Use at first signs of deficiency, and repeat every other week until deficiency is corrected.
- Maintain a pH range of 5.6 – 6.8. A pH outside this range can impact manganese availability.
Available Sizes: Pint / Quart / Gallon
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