Ecothrive - Life-Cycle
Life-Cycle is a balanced organic nutrient mix designed to feed the soil with a diverse blend of nutrients and minerals. Life-Cycle can be mixed with depleted soil at the end of a grow, or used to boost the soil in veg and bloom as a top dressed supplement. Created for use with our Eco-Life potting soil, but can also be used with other soil or coco mixes. Made from raw dry ingredients, Life-Cycle will nourish your soil to produce naturally productive plants.
How to use
Used Eco-Life Soil - Mix 250g per 40L.
New Soil or Coco - Mix 300-350g per 50L.
After mixing allow the mix warm and cool down before using. Large volumes of medium will warm up more and may need turning every 2-3 days.
Lightly dust the surface of each 40-50L pot with 1-2 tablespoons (15-30ml) Water as usual after application. Repeat every 2-3 weeks
What's in it?
Eco-Life contains: Ecothrive Charge (mealworm castings), Neem Cake, Kelp (Seaweed) meal, Crustacean meal, Basalt Rock Dust, Gypsum, Humic and Fulvic Acids (Nutrimate).
It contains more than 60 trace elements that plants need. It’s a great source of plant growth hormones; indoles for root development; gibberellins for nutrient mobility.
It adds calcium & sulphur for aroma & flavour. It also improves water penetration & reduces water logging.
These add extra microbes, N, P & K. Warm castings come from an outdoor worm farm. Here worms are fed on animal manure & fruit pulp.
Basalt (Volcanic Rock Dust) has a high silica content. It fortifies cell walls to thicken leaves, stems, branches. Plants are hardened to pests & climate extremes. They can also support bigger yields.
Mealwork Frass (Ecothrive Charge)
It boosts N, P & K and is brimming with beneficial microbes & mealworm castings. It also contains chitin to improves your plant’s immune response and defences.
It’s a nutrient accumulator with deep reaching roots. It pulls nutrition from areas in the soil plant roots don’t reach. Neem is rich in N,P,K, Calcium & Magnesium and helps prevent pests & pathogens.
It mimics humus, the final product of decomposition! Like humus, it’s rich in humic & fulvic acids. These help chelate nutrients and stimulate microbial activity. Overall, root & plant growth is improved.
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