Nitrosol Organiksol




Nitrosol Organiksol – the organically based plant food “with the orange cap!” Organiksol is environmentally safe, readily absorbed by plants, and is recommended for all indoor and outdoor foliage and flowering plants.

Dilute 1 cap (10ml) into 3 liters of water and feed once every 14 days. More frequent doses can be administered if your plants are larger, or are feeding more heavily.

Nitrosol Organiksol Composition:

N: 80 g/kg
P: 20 g/kg
K: 58 g/kg
Mg: 7 g/kg
Ca: 6 g/kg
S: 4 g/kg
Fe: 60 mg/kg
Cu: 1 mg/kg
Mn: 40 mg/kg
B: 23 mg/kg
Mo: 15 mg/kg

Growth Stimulants:
Gibberellic Acid (3 mg/kg),
Sterilized Blood Bone and Carcass Meal

Gibberellic acid, a naturally occurring plant hormone, serves as a potent growth stimulant, particularly for enhancing stem elongation and seed germination. By influencing cell division and elongation, it facilitates rapid growth in plants, making it a valuable tool in agricultural and horticultural practices. Applied externally, typically through foliar spraying or soaking seeds, Gibberellic acid promotes elongation of stems, resulting in taller plants with increased internodal spacing. Moreover, it can break seed dormancy, leading to more uniform and synchronized germination. However, precise dosage and timing are crucial, as excessive application can lead to undesirable effects such as excessive stem elongation or abnormal growth patterns. Nonetheless, when used judiciously, Gibberellic acid proves to be an effective tool for boosting plant growth and development.

Manganese (Mn), Boron (B), and Molybdenum (Mo) play critical roles in plant nutrition, despite being required in relatively small amounts. Manganese aids in photosynthesis, enzyme activation, and nitrogen metabolism, ensuring healthy plant growth and development. Boron is essential for cell wall formation, pollination, and seed production, contributing to overall plant vigor. Additionally, Boron aids in the uptake of other nutrients, making it indispensable for nutrient utilization efficiency. Molybdenum is crucial for nitrogen fixation in legumes and assists in enzyme activation involved in nitrogen metabolism, ultimately influencing protein synthesis. While these micronutrients are required in trace amounts, their absence or deficiency can lead to significant yield losses and impaired plant function. Thus, ensuring adequate availability of Manganese, Boron, and Molybdenum in plant feeding regimes is vital for optimizing crop productivity and quality.