ZION “Fruit & Berry”

84.00

Craft three-layer bag 3,8kg / 10kg / 20kg
Designed for the volume of 300-1000 liters.

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Description: ZION FOR FRUITS AND BERRIES ionite nutrient substrate creates and maintains optimal conditions for the harmonious growth and abundant fruiting of fruit and berry bushes and trees. Promotes the formation of a strong root system, the formation of new shoots. Increases the plant's resistance to low ambient temperatures. Ionite substrate ZION FOR FRUITS and BERRIES can be used to provide the plant with a balanced set of nutrients at any stage of its life cycle. During the period of useful action of the ZION, no additional fertilizing is required for the plant.
  • Providing optimum conditions for growth and abundant fruiting of fruit and berry trees and shrubs.
  • Normalizes the pH value of the soil and reduces stress during transplantation.
  • Ensures maximum survival of seedlings.
  • Recommended for direct contact with the root system.
  • Based on natural mineral (zeolite) and environmentally friendly.
  • It is not a mineral fertilizer. ZION does not contain nitrates, phytohormones, pesticides, herbicides and growth accelerants.
  • Contains 60 times more nutrients than the most fertile soil (e.g. rich black soil). It retains productivity for up to 3 years.
ZION FOR FRUITS and BERRIES can be used to provide the plant with a balanced set of nutrients at any stage of its life cycle. The plant will not need any additional feeding during the lifetime of the ZION substrate. Methods of application: For seedlings planting: powder the plant's root ball with the ionite substrate. Place the ionite substrate into the pre-planting hole. Recommended ratio: 300-350 g of substrate per 1 seedling up to 1 m high. For feeding the fruit and berry shrubs and crops: Use any sharp object to make punctures 30–40 cm deep  at the angle of 45 degrees. Place the ZION in the formed holes, fill them with the existing soil and pour water on it. There are no restrictions or limitations on the amount of applied substrate. The addition of a larger amount of substrate will only increase the effect and extend the substrate lifetime.