Trelmix is not a fertilizer and should be part of a balanced fertilizer regime.
Trelmix contains all 6 micro-elements, including magnesium, which is required for the growth trees, shrubs, potplants, lawns, vegetables and seedlings.
Think of it like vitamins for your body which increases growth, vigour and resistance to disease. It produces more robust plants which will flower and set fruit more prolifically. Trelmix benefits grasses by improving colour and encouraging growth by balancing their nutrient intake.
What is Trelmix?
Although only required in small amounts, trace elements are essential to plants in order for them to growth healthily. Very often these elements are leached from the soil or depleted after years of fertilizer use. Trelmix application can dramatically increase growth and health of plants in such instances.
Modern growing media is often lacking in many of the trace elements. If there were quantities of trace elements they are quickly leached through frequent watering. In this example frequent applications of Trelmix becomes essential.
Uses and Advantages
Trelmix is water-soluble. As a foliar feed or soil drench to the roots, it is easy to apply. It can also be applied together with most insecticidal sprays.
What you can expect:
- Trelmix will be readily absorbed by the plant
- Trelmix will correct yellowing, blotching and stunting of leaves
- Trelmix will assist the plant in combating disease
- Trelmix will promote plant respiration and photosynthesis
Method of application
Mix 1 teaspoon (5ml) in 5 litres of water, repeated weekly (Apply more often to deficient plants).
Utilization of a wetting agent such as SK Eco Oil is advantageous. Spray over foliage until leaves are wet using a suitable pressure sprayer with fine mist. If possible, wet underside of leaves as well. Apply early morning or late afternoon when plant leaves are most receptive.
Mix 1 teaspoon (5ml) in 1 litre of water. Repeat weekly.
Apply to soil around plant.
TRELMIX TRACE ELEMENT SOLUTION
FERTILIZER GROUP 2, REGISTRATION NO. B2358, ACT 36/1947