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De-stress Your Plants
Use for preventing Potassium Deficiency & Treating Pythium Root Rot
There are a lot of challenges to be met when you grow a crop. This is especially so in the indoor garden as the crop is entirely dependent on you to provide it with all its requirements. One day you are admiring your crop, the next day you are wondering what is wrong with it. Half way into the flowering cycle the leaves have suddenly started to change color and they start to wilt.
All you can do is watch while your plants deteriorate and you end up with half the crop you were hoping for-if you’re lucky. If you’re unlucky you’ll end up with nothing. Why do these problems usually arise during the flowering period? The problem here is that plant roots virtually stop growing once flowering commences. They do manage to replace roots that die during the early stages but even that process slows down as the plants heads toward maturity. So it is vital to be prepared for this and make sure your plants have taken up luxury amounts of potassium prior to this stage in the cycle. A severe potassium deficiency may cause your plants to wilt.
Is there anything you can do? Fortunately, there are a number of strategies you can put in place. Don’t be fooled, though, by claims of ‘miracle cures’. There aren’t any.
One of the first actions you can take is to add Wilt Guard to your nutrient solution at every solution change. Wilt Guard is a specialized form of potassium which is very readily assimilated in large amounts. We are able to create this using our unique Hot Mix Technology process. The compounds created during this high temperature chemical reaction, are maximally pure.. All the impurities were left behind in the fusion process. The resulting laboratory grade colloidal compound further ionizes in the nutrient solution and is then able to smotically insert itself into the remaining parts of the root’s Casparian Strip. Even when these roots are not in the best condition.
This is what makes Wilt Guard unique.
Potassium is the element responsible for strengthening the osmotic pressure within the plant and for regulating water loss. Under stressful conditions, the guard cells on the outside of the stomata close to prevent water loss. The mechanism by which these guard cells operate is potassium based osmotic pressure. By using Wilt Guard, you are ensuring the best possible conditions for this process to take effect.
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