What does Liqui-Dirt for your plants?
Liquid-dirt is a naturally occurring plant supplement for literally any plant. It’s a direct replacement for fertilizer. Fertilizers (both naturally-derived and chemical free) are designed for short-term boosts to plant growth, versus providing essential plant nutrients that your plants really need to thrive long term. We come from this world of natural elements and so does the strength of our plants. This is why Liqui-Dirt is chemical free and will never burn plants from an application.
The impact of Liqui-Dirt
Having all the building blocks to life ensures healthy plants from the cellular level. This is Key to strengthening leaves stocks and root structures.
Liqui-Dirt provides the balance of Miro-bacteria and micro fungi. This aids in the uptake of nutrients and water into the plant tissues. Without this balance, osmosis can not happen.
Increases in chlorophyll levels means plants can photosynthesis at lower light levels thus having and maintaining energy levels.
Liqui-Dirt has every vitamin and mineral with essential nutrients, foliate, and fulvic acid. These bio-nutrients and microfungi complexes are what makes plants LIVE and GROW!
Liqui-Dirt is a complete ecosystem of nutrition for your plant thus keeping plants from becoming root bound in planted areas. This reduces the need for repotting plants.
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What kinds of plants will this work With?
Plants that have decorative, colorful and interesting leaves.
BONsai / TREES
Includes dwarf trees, deciduous, citrus, and other tree families.
Landscape and decorative lawns that require regular watering and maintenance.
Plants native to tropical latitudes that grow in warm environments year round.
Plants that are isolated in their own miniature ecosystems.
Plants that live entirely in aquatic environments, such as water lillies.
Cacti and succulents are the drought resistant plants that can survive without water for weeks to months.
All vegetable and garden variety plants that produce fruit-yielding flowers.
Humidity loving plants that are self-contained in their own controlled environments.
Plants that belong to the family Orchidaceae, a diverse group of flowering plants with blooms. They are one of the two largest families of flowering plants.
Common household herbs and garden-variety herbs. Herbs require a lot more water and regular nutrients for premium growth.