Leaf Diseases Concentrate

Leaf Diseases Concentrate – 250 ml for 250 m2

✔ Highly effective against leaf diseases

✔ Acts against, among others, false and genuine mildew, rust, leaf spot disease, and blackspot

✔ Also effective against harmful grass and leaf fungi

✔ Plants develop a natural defense system

✔ Suitable for natural gardening

✔ Strengthens plants against external influences

✔ Can be used both preventively and curatively

✔ Safe for humans, animals, and the environment

✔ Promotes growth, vitality, and resilience of the plant

✔ 100% natural and plant-based

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Description

Leaf Diseases Bladziekten Concentrate comprises a blend of specifically functioning (non-toxic) herbal extracts that bolster plants against leaf fungi and leaf blemishes. These include both genuine and false mildew, rust, leaf spot disease, and blackspot, as well as grass and leaf fungi. It’s applicable for crops in ornamental gardens, vegetable plots, and public parks where, due to less-than-vital soil and fragile plant resilience, there’s a potential for leaf diseases.

 

The product enhances the natural healing capacity, acting as a nourishing, caring, and plant-strengthening agent against external influences, in the soil, and at the roots. Leaf Diseases Bladziekten Concentrate is absorbed through the leaves and roots of the plants. With its root-stimulating and plant-nurturing components, plants will demonstrate enhanced resilience and vitality. Leaf Diseases Bladziekten Concentrate is best applied as a preventive measure, especially if there’s been significant inconvenience and damage in the past.

 

Properties

✔ Highly effective against leaf diseases

✔ Useful against genuine and false mildew, rust, leaf spot disease, and blackspot

✔ Also applicable against harmful grass and leaf fungi

✔ Plants develop a natural defence system

✔ Suitable for natural gardening

✔ Plant-strengthening against external factors

✔ Applicable both preventively and curatively

✔ Safe for humans, animals, and the environment

✔ Encourages growth, vitality, and resilience of the plant

✔ 100% natural and plant-derived

 

 

Application

Shake well before use. Start the application from March and repeat every 4 weeks until the end of the season. Suitable for plants, shrubs, and trees in ornamental gardens, vegetable patches, greenhouse, and potted plants. Edible crops remain consumable.

 

▶ Pouring (soil treatment):

First, lightly scratch the soil’s surface. Dissolve 100 ml in 5 litres of water (for 25 m²). Treat the scratched and damp soil, preferably before heavy rainfall. If rain isn’t expected, thoroughly water the soil post-treatment (10 mm).

 

▶ Spraying (plant treatment):

Dissolve 10 ml in half a litre of water. Spray both the upper and lower side of the plant until dripping. Apply Leaf Diseases Bladziekten Concentrate ideally during overcast, dry weather on dry plants for optimal absorption. Do not spray above 25°C.

 

Dosage

Usage/Amount/Solution/Area

▶ Preventive – mild infestation/10 ml/0.5 to 1 litre of water/10 m²

▶ Curative – severe infestation/20 ml/0.5 to 1 litre of water/10 m²

 

Storage

Stored away from direct sunlight in a cool, dark place, this product remains of quality for over a year, even after opening.

 

Background Information

 

Genuine mildew is a fungus distinguishable by its wipeable white powdery marks on leaves, unlike the false mildew, which isn’t wipeable. Genuine mildew mostly thrives in warm, damp conditions. It extracts nutrients from the plant, hampering the growth and causing deformities in leaves, shoots, and flowers. Plants and trees like roses, the Norwegian maple, and oak are susceptible.

 

False mildew is a spore-spreading fungus. Found under leaves, it affects the leaf from within. Post-infection, leaves discolour and often fall prematurely. Unlike genuine mildew, you can’t easily wipe false mildew off because it partially sits within the leaf. Its spores proliferate explosively in damp, warm conditions and can spread to other plant parts.

 

Rust is a fungal infection affecting tree leaves like poplars. It primarily surfaces during warm and damp conditions, causing fine orange spots on the upper leaf surface.

 

Alternaria is a rapidly spreading fungus, primarily affecting tomatoes and potatoes.

 

Leaf spot disease (septoria) is a stubborn ailment frequently impacting the foliage of numerous plants.

 

Shot hole disease is an infection caused by the Stigmina carpophila fungus, particularly found in Prunus species like cherries, ornamental cherries, peaches, plums, and apricots.

 

Grass fungi cause the turf to discolour into brown/yellow patches or a dark haze over the grass tips. Grass blades often stick to each other. Most fungi appear late summer or autumn.

 

Blackspot, caused by a fungus, is recognised by its small dark brown to black spots on leaves and stems. In severe cases, leaves drop off. The ailment is common in roses.

Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 20 cm