Activ8EXTRA Boosted liquid fertiliser and inoculant for lawns and leafy plants [size: 1L]
NPK: 16-2-5 + Trace elements
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Boosted liquid fertiliser and inoculant for lawns and leafy plants
Activ8EXTRA is a biologically enhanced liquid fertiliser boosted with a range of organics to improves the soil, stimulates and feeds the existing beneficial soil microbes whilst feeding lawns and leafy green plants and trees.
Activ8EXTRA Liquid contains:
- Traditional chemical nutrients (Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium and other essential nutrients)
- Worm Leachate (Extracts)
- Seaweed (kelp) with 3 natural root stimulants
- Fish (whole carp)
- Triacontanol (Natural-brewed) the Grand-daddy of the Root hormones
- Blood and Bone
- Humates (Humus) / Fulvates incl. Fulvic
- PSG (Peruvian Seabird Guano)
- Helps inoculate turf/grass & soil, aids in the conversion of “fertiliser” to complex plant nutrients
- Greens turf & lawn and quickly fertilises
- Improves disease resistance
- Powerful beneficial plant tonic
- Buffers salts, increases micronutrient availability
- Promotes soil aeration/water penetration, reduces runoff
- Activ8EXTRA helps stabilize nutrients in the rhizosphere where they remain available over a longer period of time.
- Suitable for greening-up Fairways and Greens, and Lawns.
NPK: 16-2-5 + Trace elements
General Application Rate:
75-100ml/100m2 – 7.5-10lt/Ha
20-30ml (1-2 capfuls) per 9lt watering can
Apply monthly or when feeding is required
For best results, apply weekly or fortnightly during the warmer months. During cooler months, apply less often and/or at lower strength. Best applied all-year round to continue improving soil and feeding microbes
Minimum dilution rate: 1:75
Agitate well before use
As there are a many conditions that effect the exact amount needed and the frequency of application for each product, there is no one fits all solution. Hence why the experts seem to always have nice looking gardens and lawns and the rest of us struggle… haha.
Regarding application, there are several ways our liquids can be applied…..
Watering can: mix the amount suggested (typically 10‐30ml)/9 litres of water.
Hose‐on Bottle (Seasol/weed ‘n feed etc.) or hortex sprayer: mix the minimum amount of water with the product/s to allow you to cover the required area/s. For example, for my front yard, using an old weed n feed hose‐on bottle I add 100ml of each Seaweed Secrets, Activ8mate or Activ8EXTRA and Natures Soil Wetter, then top up with enough water to allow you to evenly cover it using the hose‐on bottle (I add about 600ml water), then evenly hose‐on. If using a Hortex sprayer on setting 2 without the restrictor, you shouldn’t need to add water, but if you do, just add as little amount to cover the required area.
Pressure/knapsack sprayer: You need about 15 litres (a little more or less won’t hurt) of water to be applied per 100m2, so take that into consideration when applying. If you have a smaller sprayer, either do several smaller applications i.e. covering 50m at a time and repeat until the entire area is covered, or over a larger area spray with the required amount and if you haven’t used 15 litres/100m2, give a light water‐in
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Keep out of reach of children. Harmful if swallowed. If eaten seek medical help.
ALWAYS TRIAL BEFORE CHANGE. Before a new rate, product or application method is used, a small trial is recommended. Warranty of this material, either expressed or implied is limited to a guarantee of the composition as shown on this label in as much as uses are beyond the sellers control. For the same reason, the seller is not liable for any injury to any living thing, crops, soils or materials which may result from the use or storage of this material.
As this is largely a mineral based fertiliser made from natural resources, the analysis may change slightly.
The boost you need!By: Rhys on 10 November 2019In conjunction with my granular fertilizer, the boost of nitrogen really gives my grass the boost it needs