For the fertilizer of the soil and the fertilizing of the developing plants, the complex fertilizer “Solventin” is well suited, which has a balanced composition of the main useful plant substances, and its application is universal.
- Description and composition
- Influence and properties
- How to prepare a solution
- Advantages and disadvantages of "Mortar"
- Storage conditions and shelf life
Description and composition
"Dissolving" is a fertilizer in the form of white granules with a small amount of powder, whose composition is easily soluble in water for use in liquid form. Manufacturers produced four varieties with indices A, A1, B and B1. Such marking is applied due to the fact that with a standard set of substances useful to plants, their percentage in the total mass is not the same.
- from 18 to 28% potassium;
- 8-18% nitrogen;
- 5-18% phosphorus;
- 0.1% manganese;
- 0.01% boron;
- 0.01% copper;
- 0.01% zinc;
- 0.001% molybdenum.
- bags from 15 g;
- packages from 100 g;
- plastic buckets from 1 kg;
- bags up to 25 kg.
Influence and properties
The universal composition "Mortar", which quickly and easily connects with water, allows you to use it for the following purposes:
- saturation of depleted soil with useful substances, microelements and vitamins;
- stimulate the process of growth and development of plants, which reduces the time for obtaining a rich harvest;
- periodic feeding of the root system of plants when grown in a confined space;
- foliar nutrition through the stems and leaves of balanced substances that are fully absorbed by plants;
- supporting the plant when it is treated with means of diseases and pests;
- the exclusion of additional excavation work, such as digging.
How to prepare a solution
On each package "Mortar" there is an instruction for its preparation and use. But since it is sometimes incomplete, you should read the following information:
- the solution is prepared in a conventional bucket with a capacity of at least ten liters by the method of mixing;
- water for solution is taken from wells or wells, the ideal option is rainwater collected in a special container;
- clean water from other sources must be kept within 24 hours;
- in the absence of scales, the required amount of fertilizer is measured with a tablespoon, the volume of which corresponds to a mass of 5 g.
Seedlings of pepper, tomatoes, eggplant, after planting, are watered with a solution that is prepared in the ratio of 15-25 g of fertilizer to 10 liters of water.Later, during the emergence and development of the fruit, fertilizing is done once a week, 25 g per 10 l. For cucumbers and zucchini requires basic watering in the ratio of 10-15 g per 10 l when the first shoots of 5-6 leaves appear above the ground. Top dressing is done weekly during fruiting (25 g / 10 l).
Cabbage and root crops need first watering a month after sowing the seeds (10-15 g / 10 l) and the subsequent weekly top-dressing 25 g / 10 l.
For fruit trees, the introduction of the “Mortar” in the spring is done during the circular digging of the trunks using the method of dry mixing of the soil with fertilizer. On 1 square. m is enough 30-35 g of the mixture. After the trees ottsvetut, a liquid dressing of 35 g / 10 l for 1 square meter is carried out. m near-barrel space.
Strawberries and strawberries are watered in early spring, in the absence of snow, with a solution of 10-15 g / 10 l over the entire area of growth. Top dressing is needed after flowering 15 g / 10 l. Raspberries, currants, gooseberries, receive 20 g / 10 l for each bush in early spring, and 20-25 g / 10 l after the flowering period has ended.
Perennial and newly planted flowers are first watered with a solution of 25 g / 10 l in a period of intensive development, and then with the same composition 2 times a month.
Decorative grass enough 10-15 g / 10 l per 1 square. m immediately after sowing, with subsequent repetition of watering in the same proportion, after cutting the lawn.
All four brands "Mortar" can be mixed together without loss of useful qualities. The use of this fertilizer in combination with other mineral substances is not contraindicated. In cases of shortage of one of the useful substances for a grown crop, it can be added in the required proportion to the main mixture.
Advantages and disadvantages of "Mortar"
The advantages include the following items:
- ease of preparation and ease of use;
- the presence of a balanced composition of essential nutrients, trace elements and vitamins;
- the ability to accelerate the development and growth of most horticultural crops;
- compatibility with other mineral fertilizers.
Storage conditions and shelf life
Storage requires a dry, heated room. In no case should direct moisture be allowed on the package with fertilizer.
"Mortar" has no expiration date. For long-term storage, it is recommended to periodically change the position of the packages to prevent caking, which will affect the ability to dissolve quickly.
Have a good season!