Biogreen Garlic is a pest control product. It protects against fungi and pests. It contains increased levels of allicin. Allicin is a compound of organic sulphur, which has a high antioxidant effect and protects the plant against illness and pests. The product comprises between 15,000 – 28,000 ppm of Allicin. The ingredient can be used as treatment, prevention and foliar protection. The product doesn't leave any smell or taste in your crops. Growers use the product to protect the plants against pathogenic fungi and various insects.
- The product is a pest control substance;
- The formula protects against fungi and pests;
- The product comprises between 15,000 and 28,000 ppm of Allicin;
- Doesn't leave smell or taste of garlic.
- It's a highly concentrated formula;
- It's made for use with other pesticides;
- Strengthens and protects the plant.
Biogreen's pest control product is made via a 2-step production process, which involves placing fresh garlic bulbs and ginger in reservoirs free of oxygen for a few months. The polar extraction is followed by a-polar extraction. The active ingredients content is higher and there's no quality damage from oxidation. Allicin is the main component extracted. The element protects against fungi and pests. Because the product is organic, the plants fully absorb the active components. No residue is left in the soil or the plants.
How to Use
For prevention against infestation, use 1ml of formula per 1L of water from the beginning of the vegetative phase until the end of bloom.
As a cure or shock treatment, use 4ml of formula per 1L of water in the water tank.
As a foliar spray, to cure plants which have fungi problems, use 50ml of formula per 1L of water in a spray bottle. Don't use the formula together with hydrogen peroxide formulas. Store the product in a frost-free and dark area. Use within 2 months from when you opened the bottle.
It is important to lay a fresh head of lettuce (or any other fresh leaf easy to bite) nearby the plant(s) that are infested. This is important as the bugs now need an untreated source of food to flee to. On the next day, carefully wrap a bag around the head(s) of lettuce and responsibly dispose of it.