Garden 2001 for acid loving plants contains 9% total nitrogen (N) in the ammonium form, 6% phosphorous (P₂O₅) soluble in a neutral ammonium citrate solution and water, 4% phosphorous (P₂O₅) soluble in water, 9% potassium (K₂O) soluble in water, 3% total magnesium (MgO) and 40% sulphur (SO₃) soluble in water. Additionally, there are micro-nutrients in the fertiliser: 0.03% boron (B), 0.12%, copper (Cu), 0.18% iron (Fe), 0.18% manganese (Mn), 0.01% molybdenum (Mo) and 0.03% zinc (Zn).
Garden 2001 for acid loving plants:
- A physiologically acidic fertiliser.
- Contains a complete set of macro- and micro-nutrients.
- Ensures optimal conditions for growth and fructification of plants.
- Improves hardiness.
- Granulation of the fertiliser and appropriate form of its ingredients guarantee long-lasting performance.
Garden 2001 for acid loving plants is a specialist horticultural fertiliser adapted to the nutritional requirements of cowberry and other acid loving plants such as: cranberry, mountain cranberry, heathers, rhododendrons, hydrangeas and others.
In the case of fructifying plantations, the fertiliser in the amount of 30–35 g/m2 should be used 3 times a year. Carry out the first treatment in the middle of April, whereas the second and third fertilising treatments at monthly intervals.
Other acid loving plants should be fertilised two times. Use about 30–35 g of the fertiliser per 1 m² in the spring and another 30 g of the fertiliser per 1 m2 after about 30 days. Distribute the fertiliser evenly within the radius of a plant’s crown. If possible, mix it with water and water abundantly.
The fertiliser may also be used to prepare soil before starting up a plantation. To do this, mix 50 g of the fertiliser with the soil per 1 m2.