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Biostimulant with trace elements BOLSTER
liquidfoliar applicationferti-irrigation

biostimulant with trace elements
biostimulant with trace elements
biostimulant with trace elements
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with trace elements
foliar application, ferti-irrigation, ground application
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BOLSTER Bolster Biostimulant - Liquid Plant Growth Supplement Description: BOLSTER Plant Biostimulant - Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed, humic acid, and soluble carbohydrates. BOLSTER from Suståne prepares plants for stress conditions, increasing root mass and depth without a flush of top growth. BOLSTER has demonstrated improved drought resistance, increased chlorophyll production and delayed senescence. It also increases plant salt tolerance in saline soils and irrigation water high in salts; increases plant health and vigor to offset infection of certain diseases and to guard against effects of plant parasitic nematodes. Chelated iron and plant hormones in BOLSTER enhances seedling establishment and improves color. Recommended Use: Recommended for cool season and warm season turfgrasses. May be used on golf courses, sports fields and other intensively managed turf. Also for use on new sod installations, new seedling plantings, hydroseeding and deep root drench for established trees. Benefits of BOLSTER Biostimulant •Strengthens plants tolerance against hot dry conditions. •Improves cold and frost tolerance. •Minimizes stress pressure from parasitic nematodes. •Increases root mass and depth. •accelerates chlorophyll production. Always Safe for Plants, People, and the Environment •Improves moisture retention •Reduces wilting. •Bolsters plant tolerance to certain diseases, insects and nematodes. •Increases plant vigor in sub-optimal conditions by reducing the influences of stress factors.


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