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Elite 91 Silicic Acid – Plant Available Bioactive Silicon
Elite 91 Silicic Acid contains one of the most powerful, concentrated forms of silicic acid ever achieved in a stable liquid form. It boasts an incredible concentration of 4.1% Monosilicic Acid and 1.2% plant available Silicon, 21 different organic L-amino acids, and contains zinc, boron, molybdenum and manganese for an extra micronutrient boost.
Utilizing breakthrough new methods, Elite 91 Silicic Acid has pushed the chemistry of silicon and its forms to the limit of possible. It has reached these remarkable concentrations while still remaining a 100% soluble liquid. This powerful formulation delivers a stable, concentrated formulation unmatched anywhere else.
Elite 91 Silicic Acid also contains 21 L-amino acids to push plant health and vigor to even greater heights, making it the new standard for achieving stronger, healthier, hardier, more robust & resilient plant growth.
Silicon is an important but often overlooked component to plant health and growth. It helps increase plant cell strength and structure, increases essential nutrient uptake, boosts the immune system and aids plants in withstanding environmental stresses caused by heat, cold and drought. It allows plants to reach their full potential in yield, quality, growth and vigor.
While silicon is one of the most abundant elements on earth, it is rarely in a plant available, bio-active form known as Monosilicic Acid. In nature, microbes in the soil must slowly break down silicon into Monosilicic Acid. In a controlled garden environment, this key element is often missing and keeps plants from reaching their full genetic potential and optimal health condition.
Elite 91 Silicic Acid is scientifically proven to feed bio-available Monosilicic Acid right to the plant’s roots and allow them to thrive vigorously. It will help your plants absorb the nutrients they need with more efficiency, build the strength they require, and grow to their fullest quality & yielding potential.
0.25ml per litre in nutrient solution
1-2ml per litre as a foliar feed, mix well and spray plant, with lights off, once a week.
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