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    • Top Quality Max Posh by MaxGrow is sulphate of potash A ready to use granule ideal for flowering and fruiting plants. For more flowers and fruits, better smelling flowers and better tasting fruits. Bigger, healthier fruit & flowers Fast acting ready to use granules Ideal for all fruit trees, bushes & flowers Encourages disease & drought resistance NPK  0-0-50
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    • Top Quality Mars by MaxGrow is 10% Humic Acid For crops, humic and fulvic acids are chelators. They combine minerals to make them into organic compounds that can be ingested by plants more easily. They also enable the soil to hold more water and can increase the water infiltration of the soil. Additionally, humic and fulvic acids restrict toxins…
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    • Top Quality Max Up by MaxGrow is N.P.K The nutrients that are required by crops in the largest amounts are N, P and K. For that reason, they are often considered as the most important nutrients. The main functions of N and P are that they are constituents of proteins and nucleic acids, which are important components of plant…
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    • TOP QUALITY Garvish by MaxGrow is 27% zinc Zinc (Zn) is one of the eight essential micronutrients. It is needed by plants in small amounts, but yet crucial to plant development. In plants, zinc is a key constituent of many enzymes and proteins. It plays an important role in a wide range of processes, such as growth hormone production…
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    • TOP QUALITY Imported from Canada MaxFul by MaxGrow is 42% potash Potassium is essential in nearly all processes needed to sustain plant growth and reproduction. Plants deficient in potassium are less resistant to drought, excess water, and high and low temperatures. They are also less resistant to pests, diseases and nematode attacks. Because potassium improves the overall health of…
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    • TOP QUALITY MaxSul by MaxGrow is 80% sulphur Sulphur (S) is an essential element in forming proteins, enzymes, vitamins, and chlorophyll in plants. It is crucial in nodule development and efficient nitrogen fixation in legumes. Protein synthesis requires large amounts of sulphur, especially in the formation of oils within the seed, and is a sulphur is a constituent of…
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    • TOP QUALITY Imported from Canada Starter by MaxGrow is 60% phosphorous and 10% nitrogen Phosphorus (P) is an essential nutrient, both as a component of several key plant structural compounds, and as a catalyst in numerous key biochemical reactions in plants. Phosphorus is noted especially for its role in capturing and converting the sun's energy into useful plant compounds.…
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    • TOP QUALITY CEMEX is crop supplement by MaxGrow with zinc 7% Zinc (Zn) is one of the eight essential micronutrients. It is needed by plants in small amounts, but yet crucial to plant development. In plants, zinc is a key constituent of many enzymes and proteins. It plays an important role in a wide range of processes, such as…
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    • TOP QUALITY Especially imported from Canada Monark by MaxGrow is N.P.K 8:8:6 The nutrients that are required by crops in the largest amounts are N, P and K. For that reason, they are often considered as the most important nutrients. The main functions of N and P are that they are constituents of proteins and nucleic acids, which are…
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