Professor’s Go Green is used to PREVENT and RESTORE common deficiencies in plants. A scientifically formulated liquid fertilizer with added Calcium, Magnesium, Nitrogen and Iron to help reduce plant discolouring, rust spots and tip burn. Go Green provides protection for your plants against excessive nutrient salt build up, environmental stress and lack of chlorophyll, ensuring lush, dark vigorous growth.
Professor’s Go Green Features:
• 4 in 1 deficiency correction • Contains fulvic Acid and Chelated minerals for enhanced nutrient mobility • Can be used as a Foliar Spray • Fast deficiency correction and plant recovery
How to Apply Professor’s Go Green:
Nutrient Tank : Add 2ml of Go Green per 1L of Nutrient Solution Foliar Spray : Add 1ml of Go Green per 1L of water.
Available in 1L, 2.5L, 5L and 10L
So, what are the most common plant deficiencies that Go Green can fix? Nitrogen – Is directly responsible for producing chlorophyll and amino acids, and it’s also vital to the process of photosynthesis. Plant tissue is also made up largely of nitrogen, meaning that growth would halt fast in the event of a deficiency. Signs to look out for – Older, bottom leaves turn yellow and leaf stems turn purple. Eventually, all foliage yellows and leaf drop is severe.
Calcium – Is vital for your plants growth. It aids in the absorption of other nutrients, preserves cell structure, and facilitates photosynthesis. Signs to look out for – Symptoms often appear quickly. New growth develops small brown spots that never disappear, while growth is stunted and flower development slows dramatically.
Magnesium – Activates enzymes and is an essential building block of chlorophyll, and is essential to the absorption of light energy. It helps enzymes make carbohydrates and sugars that are later transformed into flowers. Signs to look out for – Symptoms typically present 3 – 4 weeks after deficiency begins. Interveinal yellowing and rust spots appear on older and middle age leaves. Leaf tips turn brown and curl upwards. Brown spots increase in number and size and leaves dry and die in extreme cases.
Iron – Is essential for electron transport and chlorophyll biosynthesis, which is required for photosynthesis and respiration. Signs to look out for – New leaves turn bright yellow. Eventually more and more leaves turn yellow and develop interveinal chlorosis