Aquasol is a balanced, fast acting, general purpose soluble fertilliser Aquasol is suitable for growing all types of plants Aquasol contains nine plant nutrients which are essential for growth particularly during flowering and fruiting The chemical analysis of Aquasol is N23:P4:K18 plus trace elements Aquasol can be absorbed both through the foliage and plant’s root system Aquasol is easy to apply
How It Works
Soluble or liquid feeding is the application of nutrients dissolved in water to a growing medium around plant roots. Aquasol is a powder that is soluble in water. It is commonly applied through a fertigation system to plant roots and/or plant foliage as a foliar feed. Nutrients are absorbed both through the foliage and a plant’s root system. Aquasol can be applied to potted plants, garden beds, field grown plants and even lawns.
Directions for use
Aquasol application rates are provided in detail on the label for household and commercial use. Rates are given for both foliar and soil application. The application rate and frequency of application will vary according to plant type, plant size and maturity, application method and density of planting.
Do not apply Aquasol on hot days or if rain is expected within 24 hours. When Aquasol fertiliser is used in any irrigation system (sprinkle or trickle), the system should be flushed with clean water every week to prevent salt build up. Do not use Aquasol on phosphorus sensitive Australian native plants.