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aloe vera foliar spray

The Aloe Vera plant is recognized as having a very strong immune system, and is never affected by any pests nor insects. Now growers can utilize the many benefits of Aloe Vera as a foliar and soil spray to offer a natural immune booster, and added protection for their crops.

Universally beneficial for all types of plants and growing techniques.
Aloe has the ability to deter insects from plants without the use of toxic sprays. Additionally, many growers have noticed reduced bird and bat attacks on crops. See a response from a fruit grower below.

Shake well before use – Store in a cool environment.

  • Cold pressed & carefully processed to retain all of the active properties of the whole leaf Aloe Vera plant for full benefits.

A botanical activator and plant growth promoter which can improve overall plant health including its immune defence, plus suppress pathogenic bacteria.
Please Note: This product is not suitable for human consumption due to its bitter aloin content. If swallowed accidentally, consume a glass of water.
I have been using 1 L raw material, 1 L aloe fertilizer and 100L water to deter birds etc. with great results even with fruit fly ..Regards Les.

Protective face masks do not need to be used with spraying this product

Aloe vera foliar spray The Aloe Vera plant is recognized as having a very strong immune system, and is never affected by any pests nor insects. Now growers can utilize the many benefits

Aloe vera foliar spray

Beware of replicated Aloe Vera powder being sold in the market. It important to read labels and check if the product is 100% organic. If you are not sure, it is always safer to grow your own Aloe Vera plant and use its gel found in the inner layer of the plant’s leave.

Aloe Vera plant is more than just a household décor! Since ancient Egypt, this succulent is still used for medicinal purpose. It shows impressive medicinal power on us so, why not using the Aloe Vera for your plants? That’s right, this spiky green gem could also empower your plants.
Surely good for us, but could we also use Aloe Vera plant for your crops? Feeding a plant with another plant, does it sound weird to you because of the ‘cannibalism thought’. Well, we’re just beginning to unlock the benefits of this plant, so let’s keep an open mind to it!

Aloe Vera Barbadensis Miller plants have the highest concentration of acemannan. These miraculous plants grow in southern Spain and the Canary Islands, but there are now easily found in your local garden centre.
If you don’t want to grow an Aloe Vera plant, companies have investigated its properties and proposed organic products like Acti•Vera™ from Biobizz®. 100% vegan, Acti•Vera™ simplifies nutrients crossing thanks to their enzymes. It contains the highest – naturally occurring – concentration enzymes, where 18 enzymes have been scientifically proven. This product can be used during the vegetative and flowering phase to stimulate growing and blooming. Biobizz® recommends a dose of 5ml of Acti•Vera™ per 1 litre of water for watering from a can or in a foliar spray.
Organic Aloe Vera juice is an amazing addition to your growing routine. It can be used as leaf spray or liquid nutrient. High Times suggests adding organic Aloe Vera juice can be added to your regular watering or foliar feedings at 1⁄4 cup per gallon of water. For a better absorption of vitamins, amino acids and enzymes, I would recommend doing it through foliar.
The juice of the Aloe Vera leaves contains potentially 75 active constituents such as vitamins, amino acids, enzymes, micronutrients, phytohormones, salicylic acid etc… One of the most interesting active principles is acemannan, which is responsible for the effectiveness of the gel found in the inner layer of the plant’s leaves.

  • Acceleration germination of seedlings
  • Protect and stimulate the immune system, increasing resistance against bacteria, viruses, yeasts and fungi (molds)
  • Stimulate the plant’s growth and vitality by accelerating cell division and increasing phytoalexin production
  • Improve the roots’ assimilation of water and nutrients, as well as improving their circulation in the plant
  • Improve resistance to environmental stress like heat
  • Help to your plant to resist yeast, viruses, mold, and bacteria
  • Assists in the assimilation of sugars, and the rinsing of the substrate before the harvest

Actually, it is one of the plants which contains the highest concentration in enzyme, amino acids and vitamins, which will stimulate your plant’s health, protect against pathogens and pests and boosts the immune system. You can use the Aloe Vera plant for your plants as followed:

Aloe Vera Plants Empower Your Crops Aloe Vera plant is more than just a household décor! Since ancient Egypt, this succulent is still used for medicinal purpose. It shows impressive