Premium Plant Nutrient for All Types of Tropical and Indoor Plants
Specifically formulated to encourage profuse and lush foliage growth. Suitable for any non flowering plants including ferns, palms and herbs.
WHY CHOOSE GT FOCUS? The GT Focus range sets the benchmark for liquid nutrients. Here’s why:
Each GT Focus product is complete. Unlike the overwhelming majority of fertilizers, all Focus products contain each of the 12 essential minerals – including Calcium – blended into an easily absorbed liquid concentrate.
pH buffered to ensure all 12 essential minerals are available to the plant. Formulated and balanced to suit the requirements of specific plant types.
Manufactured using only the highest grade raw materials and chelated trace elements to ensure effortless absorption by the plant.
Guaranteed not to contain potentially harmful and ineffective chlorides, urea, sodium and ammonium.
Easy to use with simple instructions.
Makes up to 200 litres of working solution
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT : You can confidently expect a healthier plant with:
Faster growth and development
Increased root development and strength
Profuse vegetative growth
Bigger, brighter flowers and prized winning blooms
Greater resistance to disease
Increased tolerance to environmental stress.
How to Use:
Water your plants once a week with this nutrient solution based on the following ratios
Weak: 20 mL per gallon ( 5 mL/ Liter)
Normal: 30 mL per gallon (7.5 mL/ Liter)
Strong: 40 mL per gallon (10 mL/ Liter)
Determine dilution needed based on your plants' growth. Stronger dilution during more active growth periods
Can be used with all types of growing media such as soil, PON, LECA etc
Begonia Botanicaz 2 is a cross between an undescribed species nicknamed “Umbrella” (pistillate) and Begonia dinhdui (staminate) *description from original listing* This is a high humidity terrarium plant that must remain in these conditions. Grows very large dark spotted leaves that display blue iridescence with flash. Definitely a stand out in a terrarium.
Keep in high humidity enclosed environment and acidic soil for best growth.
Epipremnum giganteum is an uncommon species with great potential. Juvenile leaves are silvery, thick leaves, and with maturity the leaves present ruffled edges with (as the name suggests) giant potential.
Water thoroughly every 10-14 days. Provide support with a CLIMB to achieve mature growth.
Rooted plant growing in soil. Originally grown from a midcutting, and oldest original leaf will likely fall during transit.