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With flowering and fruiting plants, foliar sprays are most useful during critical periods (such as after transplanting or during fruit set) or periods of drought or extreme temperatures, for leaf crops (Asparagus, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery, Lettuce, Parsley, Spinach, etc.) even on biweekly basis.
Spray until the liquid drips off the leaves. Be sure to concentrate the spray on leaf undersides, where leaf pores are more likely to be open. You can also water in liquid fertilizers around the root zone or use a drip irrigation system that can carry liquid fertilizer to your plants. Use any type of spray available, as long as it sprays fine. Never use spray that has been used to apply herbicides.
The best times to spray are early morning and early evening, when the liquids will be absorbed most quickly and won't burn/damage foliage. Choose a day when no rain is forecast and temperatures aren't extreme.
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This one has been carefully developed and specific ratio of numerous medicinal herbs and Biodynamic products. This one may be used to give your plants boost even every two weeks during the growing season and you may spray all your plants at the same time. Plants can absorb it via their leaf pores and roots. Foliar feeding can supply nutrients when they are lacking in the soil, or when roots are stressed. It is especially effective for giving fast growing plants like vegetables an extra boost during the growing season.