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   Usage

Humus substance concentration 10 g/l (0.10%)
Use 20 ml per 10 litres of water to water soil at the plant roots.
Use 10 ml per 10 litres of water to sprinkle plants.

 

Prepared working solution should be used to water and sprinkle plants at least 2-3 times per season. If plants are ailing, then every 7-10 days. First sprinkling of garden plants should be performed, when there are 5-6 pairs of leaves. Seedlings should be handled on the 3rd-4th day after bedding. New leaves of fruit trees, berry shrubs should be sprinkled (after tree flowering), then – at the fruit formation stage. Tomatoes, cucumbers, aubergines etc. are handled during flowering, cabbages – when head starts to form. Radishes, carrots, swedes, turnips, beets – when rootstocks start to ripen. Potatoes should be sprinkled prior to flowering. When handling potato foliage, sprinkling can be performed simultaneously with treatment with a plant protective agent.

It is sufficient to water sorrel, radishes, dill, parsley, onion, lettuce and turnips 3-4 times per season. Tomatoes and cucumbers should first be watered when seeds are planted, then every second week. If tomato stems and tops start to grow intensely, you should sprinkle stalks instead of watering roots. It is recommended to water cabbage, squash, pepper, courgette, beets and carrots once a week.  Berry shrubs and fruit trees should be sprinkled 6 times per season – prior to leaf opening, at the flower bud stage, after flowering, at the stage of new flower bud formation and twice at the stage of intensive fruit formation.

 

Peat humus substances are the most efficient at the early stage of plant development. Therefore you must start by handling seeds!!!

In order to soak seeds, 2 ml should be dissolved in 1 litre of water. Seeds should be fold in gauze and placed in the working solution at 18-200 C for 24-48 hours (until complete swelling). This will improve seed germination, increase its growth energy, eliminate disease excitants and considerably improve root formation. It is recommended to put shallow layers of potato seeds, onion and flowering bulbs, water them using the working solution, then cover with polyethylene film and leave for 8-15 hours. If poured working solution can be collected, it can be reused. In order to handle cuttings, 14-20 ml should be dissolved in 1 litre of water, then put cutting into the solution and leave them for 12-14 hours.
Garden flowers can be watered using the working solution – 2 ml per 1 litre of water. Treatment should be performed twice a month. Perennial flowers should be handled in the same way.
20 ml should be dissolved in 10 litres of water for lawns. This helps to form strong vegetable soil, accelerate grass growth and secure favourable environment for grass wintering. Lawns should be handled right after mowing and in the evening hours.
In order to handle strawberries, 4 ml should be dissolved in 1 litre of water, and each plant should be watered with 0.5 litre of the working solution right after the snow melts. 2 ml of concentrate per 1 litre of water should be used during vegetation. This working solution is used to water strawberries twice a month. During plant flowering and fruit setting – once a week.
For house plants (azalea, begonia, geranium, etc.), 1 ml should be dissolved in 1 litre of water and plants should be watered once a month. During plant flowering it should be watered twice a month.
In order to handle succulents (cactuses), 1 ml should be dissolved in 1 litre of water and plants should be watered once a month.

In order to accelerate maturing of compost (including fresh manure), 20 ml should be dissolved in 10 litres of water. At least 25-30 litres of working solution are recommended for use to handle 1 ton of compost.

For single-time treatment of farming land, about 0.5 - 1 litre of concentrate + water should be used per one hectare, 3-4 times of watering are recommended until harvesting.

 

ATTENTION!

Peat humus substance is not a mineral or organic fertiliser or its substitute!!!!
Can be used together with NPK or other nutritive agents.