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House & Garden Amino Treatement 250ml House & Garden  Fertilizer

House & Garden Amino Treatement 250ml


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After years of research and development, House & Garden is proud to announce Amino Treatment, an exclusive and revolutionary new product that will help increase the quality and quantity of your fruit crop, while ensuring the strength and health of your plants from the beginning to the end of their growth cycle.

Amino Treatment contains silica microparticles that strengthen the cell walls, making your plants more resistant to disease and insect infestation. It regulates cell respiration and increases the efficiency of plant transpiration. Your plants will also have a better tolerance to salt, which will avoid any blockage of nutrient absorption and they will be better able to adapt to climatic fluctuations. This results in a better resistance to stress.

Amino Treatment also contains a unique growth and flowering stimulator from a plant seed extract. Plants always add a regulatory reserve to their seeds, a kind of plant base made up of enzymes and amino acids that significantly stimulates root development, growth and fruit formation.

Amino Treatment contains oligopeptides, which accelerate the absorption and distribution of nutrients in the whole plant.

The use ofAmino Treatment results in a better distribution of nutrients in the foliage, a higher photosynthesis ratio, stronger stems, higher root activity, better fruit production, both in terms of quantity and quality, and a higher sugar content.

Created, developed and perfected in the House & Garden laboratories in the Netherlands and rigorously tested in greenhouses in Canada, the United States, Australia and Europe, Amino Treatment will produce impressive results. Try it today - you have to see it to believe it.

Use in any substrate. Use on the first day of vegetative growth and discontinue application three weeks before the end of the flowering cycle.

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