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FruktoVit PLUS can be used on all types of soil, both for new plantings and for feeding already growing plants (top dressing).
Regular use of fertilizer ensures:
- Fast and proper plant growth
- Intensive coloring of leaves and flowers
- Flowering long and profusely
Preparation of the substrate - when planting, mix the soil from the hole or a special potting soil with about 20 g of fertilizer, and water abundantly. Use from spring to mid-August at 4-week intervals in the doses shown in the table. It is preferable to slightly mix the fertilizer with the topsoil. Regular watering increases the efficiency of fertilization.
Type of plantings Young plants Older plants
Growing individually 15-25 g / plant 30-50 g / plant
Growing in groups of 10-20 g / plant 20-40 g / plant
Compact plantings (flower beds) 50–80 g / m2 70–100 g / m2
Budleja, forsythia, wisteria, hydrangea, jasmine, viburnum, shrub, lilac, magnolia, milin, ornamental and blood currant, clematis, tawula etc.
In spring (mid-April), when planting, mix the soil from the hole or a special gardening substrate with about 20 g of fertilizer, cover the roots of the plant with this substrate, and water abundantly. Then fertilize 3 times (keeping monthly intervals), using a total of 60–160 g of fertilizer per 1 m2 during the season (depending on the age and nutritional requirements of the plant), at the following dates and doses:
May - July
mid-May: 40-80 g / m2
mid June: 10-20 gsm
mid-July: 10-20 g / m2
The feeding of already growing plants (top dressing) should be carried out 4 times, using a total of 120–190 g of fertilizer per 1 m2 during the season, at the following dates and doses:
March - July
early spring: 40–60 g / m2
mid-May: 40–60 g / m2
mid June: 20–35 g / m2
mid-July: 20–35 g / m2
Perennials and perennial plants
Geranium, pansy, hellebore, cyclamen, dahlia, violet, phlox, funkia, carnation, iris, lily of the valley, lavender, lily, thyme, mallow, spotted eagle, peony, sedum, pasque-flower, daisy etc.
Plants should be fertilized 4 times, using a total of 270-330 g of fertilizer per 1 m2 during the season, at the following dates and doses:
March - July
early spring: 80–100 g / m2
mid-May: 80–100 g / m2
mid-June: 60–70 gsm
mid-July: 50–65 g / m2
Bed plants grown in the ground
Tagetes, Aster, Cornflower, Zinnia, Levine, Matthias, Nasturtium, Geranium, Sage, Amaranth, etc.
In spring, when preparing the soil (before planting the plants), apply 150-200 g of fertilizer per 1 m2 at a time. The granulate should be evenly spread over the fertilized surface, and then mixed with the top layer of soil with a thickness of 10-20 cm. In the case of summer-flowering plants, the treatment can be repeated at the end of May, using 70–100 g of fertilizer per 1 m2.
The fertilizer can be used successfully in early spring, before sowing or planting (pre-vegetation), as well as for feeding already growing plants (for top dressing). In the case of late top dressing, avoid spreading the fertilizer on wet plants and, if possible, mix the fertilizer with the top layer of soil so as not to damage the roots.
Fertilization should be completed by mid-August at the latest.
- 8.0% (N) total nitrogen; 8.0% (N) amide nitrogen;
- 6.0% (P2O5) phosphorus pentoxide soluble in mineral acids;
- 7.8% (K2O) water-soluble potassium oxide;
- 0.18% (Fe) total iron;
- 0.10% (Mn) total manganese.
NPK fertilizer containing soft rock phosphate.