CANNA Nitrogen stimulates the growth of your plants. It plays a major part in the production of proteins and in the energy metabolism, which is essential for the development of the plant. It can be used for nitrogen deficiency and as a supplementary nutrient to stimulate the growth. CANNA Nitrogen is also an essential nutritional element for improving the juice production.
The liquid can be directly absorbed by the plant and improves the vegetative growth.
Mononutrients are essential for the development of the plant. These liquid minerals are easily soluble and can therefore be directly absorbed by the plant.
Our pure mononutrients are produced from exceptional ingredients, just like our main nutrients (CANNA TERRA, AQUA, HYDRO and COCO). All of our mononutrients are 100% nutrient compatible. Use with CANNA nutrients for best results.
Directions of Use
CANNA Nitrogen is a mineral fertiliser and contains 27% N. (Contains: ammonium 6%, amid nitrogen 11% and nitrate 10%. Contains also MgO 2.5% and CaO 6.5%).
Nitrogen is an essential element for the plants. It plays a leading role with the protein synthesis and with the energy metabolism therefore, it is crucial for the development of the plant. In addition, it has an influence on the chlorophyll, the DNA and the secondary metabolites. Furthermore, it increases the resistance of the plant.
Liquid nitrogen fertiliser can be immediately absorbed by the plant and stimulates the vegetal growth.
With the exception of fertilisers containing concentrated sulphate, liquid nitrogen fertiliser can be mixed with most fertilisers.
To be applied as a nitrogen fertiliser, amongst others, in the case of a nitrogen deficiency (also during the generative growth phase).
As a supplementary remedy to stimulate the growth.
With the nutrient solution or by means of spraying the leaves (1ml/l).
Dilute 10-20 ml concentrate per 10 litre of water (1:1000/1:500).
A good fertiliser contains all essential elements in the correct proportions. Proceed with caution when determining the dose; an overdose could be harmful to the plant!