Foliar Supplements (organic-mineral)
Foliar supplements of Bio TKA are readily absorbable for your plants.
The majority of the main macrofertilizers can be absorbed through the leaf. Absorption takes place via free ions moving through the liquid. However, not all fertilizers can be absorbed via free ions, and their mobility is limited.
Through a special mechanism, TKA foliar fertilizers not only allow for the free ions, but also for organic bound fertilizers in the solution to be absorbed. Because of their composition, TKA foliar fertilizers offer many advantages in comparison to current foliar fertilizers. They increase the mobility of the fertilizers, and ensure the absorption of different elements at once. This way, the elements can migrate quickly through the cell wall without it costing the plant much energy.
TKA foliar fertilizers are composed of high-grade mineral and organic components. The fertilizers used are primarily selected on the basis of quality and degree of absorbability through the leaf. The organic components have a high degree of absorbability, and can be absorbed very quickly. When used correctly, this product can help achieve substantially improved results. The product leaves practically no residue on the plant.
The foliar fertilizers come in concentrations of 1:100 and 1:200, and thus should first be diluted with water. Generally, administering foliar fertilizer once per week is sufficient. If needed, it can be done more often. The foliar fertilizers contain, in specific ratios, the main macrofertilizers nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K), as well as all essential microelements. The fertilizers can be used on any crop, and are suitable for the cultivation of ornamental plants as well as consumption crops. The fertilizers are absorbed very directly, and effects are quickly visible.
As a nutritive additive (containing the main macrofertilizers) to liquid supplements, in case of impending shortages, or to provide an extra boost during a cycle. Our foliar fertilizers are concentrates with a ratio of 1:100 or 1:200, and should be diluted to form a working solution. The ideal water temperature lies between 18 and 20 degrees Celsius. Addition of surface-tension reducing agents (e.g. a drop of Dreft) is recommended. Under low light intensity and temperature, spray the product onto the leaves from the underside. Preferably half an hour before the lights go on.