CX Horticulture Wilt Guard


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CX Horticulture Wilt Guard

1 Litre

Feed Chart

CX Horticulture Wilt Guard is a powerful additive that helps prevent plant-wilting in hydroponics, soil or coco, whilst fighting off Pythium and other root disease.

How it works

The potassium within Wilt Guard is readily assimilated in large amounts and this helps plants to regulate water loss and osmotic pressure inside the plant. Hydroponic environments provide the perfect conditions for plants to grow and thrive, however the very nature of hydroponics provide an ideal environment for disease to attack crops. Disease that attacks the root zone can go unnoticed for a long time and once it is discovered it can be too late. When a plant is stressed the guard cells on the outside of the stomata close up to prevent the loss of water. This mechanism is called potassium based osmotic pressure. Wilt Guard ensures the best possible conditions for this natural process to take effect and by keeping the roots free from disease, plants can focus their energy on the flowering process.

How to use CX Horticulture Wilt Guard

CX Horticulture Wilt Guard offers even better protection when used in conjunction with CX Horticulture Regen-A-Root. It is most effective when used as a preventative measure throughout the entire growth cycle, just add it to your usual nutrient solution. The CX Horticulture Feed Chart recommends use for both recirculating and run to waste systems at a rate of 1ml/L during the plants entire life cycle.

It can also be used at the first sign of pythium, apply as soon as possible for optimal results.

CX Horticulture Wilt Guard is available in 1L & 5L bottles. It works harmoniously alongside CX Horticulture Regen-A-Root, Mighty Growth Enhancer and Head Masta to complete the exceptional hydroponic nutrient & additives range from CX Horticulture. For help with these products and how to use them, including ingredients and reviews please call us or check out website.


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