Instructions for use Water-Hope

Period of use: In all seasons and preferably before the start of the plant cycle.

Good to know : There is no risk of overdose. Respect normal doses for best results. Switch to higher doses in difficult conditions.

Usage tables

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Watering tips : Always water abundantly at planting, then normally during 3 at 4 weeks. Then you can reduce your watering by half.

Precautions for use:

  • Keep out of reach of children
  • Non toxic - Do not swallow
  • Safe for the skin
  • In case of inhalation, no danger requiring special first aid measures
  • Rinse with water if eye irritation occurs
  • Keep dry and protected from UV light

Sowing in trays, pots, pans or terrines)

1) Measure the amount of soil that will be used for seeding. For each liter of soil, add 2 to 3 grams of Water-Hope. Mix the earth and the Water-Hope.

2) Use this mixture to garnish the containers that will host the seedlings.

3) Sow the seeds in this mixture.

4) Cover your seeds with fine earth without Water-Hope.

5) Water in fine rain.


Transplanting plants in the open ground

1) Make your hole of transplanting by realizing a deeper planting hole (+ 30% minimum) to allow the expansion of the Water-Hope which will swell by catching the water from the soil.

2) Put the recommended dose of Water-Hope in the planting hole (see tables).

3) Position your plant normally, garnish and tamp slightly around the plant.

4) Water abundantly.

 

Transplanting plants in pots & planters

1) Calculate the volume of soil (in liters) with which you will fill your pots.

2) Mix 2 with 3 grams of Water-Hope per liter of land that you will use to make your potting.

3) Fill your pots with 2 / 3 with this improved soil.

4) Position your plant and garnish the tower of the roots of your plant with your improved soil but top the last 5 cm with soil withoutWater-Hope.

5) Water abundantly.


Large plants to plant in open ground (Trees, shrubs.)

1) Prepare your planting hole taking care 30 40% deeper to compensate for the expansion of the plant. Water-Hope.

2) Make a pile with the 2 / 3 of the disbursement land and another pile of the remaining 1 / 3.

3) Mix the recommended dose for your plant (see tables) with the pile of 2 / 3.

4) Fill 3 / 4 your planting hole with the ground enriched with grains of Water-Hope while positioning your plant in this hole.

5) Finish garnishing the top of the roots of your plant with the soil without Water-Hope.

6) Water abundantly.

 

Large plants already planted in open ground, in pots, planters ...

1) Make 4 to 6 holes around the plant or tree with an auger or 4 auger at 6 cm in diameter to reach the root level. Do not use a stake or metal bar.

For the pots, make holes with a wooden stick of 1 3 cm in diameter all around the plant over the entire depth of the pot.

2) Distribute the dose of Water-Hope dry mixed with potting soil or sand in your holes. Fill your holes with ¾.

3) Finish filling (1 / 4) with soil without Water-Hope. Water abundantly.


Difficult cuttings and seedlings

1) Take a minimum of 20 g Water-Hope (or more depending on the size of the plant) and make it swell overnight with 5 liters of water. The next day, recover the grains of Water-Hope swollen in a sieve to evacuate excess water.

2) In a container, mix 1 / 3 with Water-Hope inflated river 1 / 3 + 1 / 3 XNUMX of potting soil.

 
 

 
 

Instructions for use Water-Hope

Period of use: In all seasons and preferably before the start of the plant cycle.

Good to know : There is no risk of overdose. Respect normal doses for best results. Switch to higher doses in difficult conditions.

Watering tips : Always water abundantly at planting, then normally during 3 at 4 weeks. Then you can reduce your watering by half.

Precautions for use:

  • Keep out of reach of children
  • Non toxic - Do not swallow
  • Safe for the skin
  • In case of inhalation, no danger requiring special first aid measures
  • Rinse with water if eye irritation occurs
  • Keep dry and protected from UV light

Sowing in trays, pots, pans or terrines)

1) Measure the amount of soil that will be used for seeding. For each liter of soil, add 2 to 3 grams of Water-Hope. Mix the earth and the Water-Hope.

2) Use this mixture to garnish the containers that will host the seedlings.

3) Sow the seeds in this mixture.

4) Cover your seeds with fine earth without Water-Hope.

5) Water in fine rain.


Transplanting plants in the open ground

1) Make your hole of transplanting by realizing a deeper planting hole (+ 30% minimum) to allow the expansion of the Water-Hope which will swell by catching the water from the soil.

2) Put the recommended dose of Water-Hope in the planting hole (see tables).

3) Position your plant normally, garnish and tamp slightly around the plant.

4) Water abundantly.

 

Transplanting plants in pots & planters

1) Calculate the volume of soil (in liters) with which you will fill your pots.

2) Mix 2 with 3 grams of Water-Hope per liter of land that you will use to make your potting.

3) Fill your pots with 2 / 3 with this improved soil.

4) Position your plant and garnish the tower of the roots of your plant with your improved soil but top the last 5 cm with soil withoutWater-Hope.

5) Water abundantly.


Large plants to plant in open ground (Trees, shrubs.)

1) Prepare your planting hole taking care 30 40% deeper to compensate for the expansion of the plant. Water-Hope.

2) Make a pile with the 2 / 3 of the disbursement land and another pile of the remaining 1 / 3.

3) Mix the recommended dose for your plant (see tables) with the pile of 2 / 3.

4) Fill 3 / 4 your planting hole with the ground enriched with grains of Water-Hope while positioning your plant in this hole.

5) Finish garnishing the top of the roots of your plant with the soil without Water-Hope.

6) Water abundantly.

 

Large plants already planted in open ground, in pots, planters ...

1) Make 4 to 6 holes around the plant or tree with an auger or 4 auger at 6 cm in diameter to reach the root level. Do not use a stake or metal bar.

For the pots, make holes with a wooden stick of 1 3 cm in diameter all around the plant over the entire depth of the pot.

2) Distribute the dose of Water-Hope dry mixed with potting soil or sand in your holes. Fill your holes with ¾.

3) Finish filling (1 / 4) with soil without Water-Hope. Water abundantly.


Difficult cuttings and seedlings

1) Take a minimum of 20 g Water-Hope (or more depending on the size of the plant) and make it swell overnight with 5 liters of water. The next day, recover the grains of Water-Hope swollen in a sieve to evacuate excess water.

2) In a container, mix 1 / 3 with Water-Hope inflated river 1 / 3 + 1 / 3 XNUMX of potting soil.