For the Future of the Earth
Just sprinkle "TetsuRiki" on the plants
The usage is very simple, just sprinkle some when the color of the leaves fades and the plants are dead.
Moreover, it is a nutrient, not a fertilizer, so you can use it with confidence.
①Spreading iron on plants The color of the leaves of plants becomes lighter, and the effect of ironing on plants is the best
②The green leaves increase after the plants absorb iron
③The increased green leaves perform photosynthesis Green leaves perform photosynthesis and produce nutrients
④Nutrient-sufficient plants. Nutrients are transmitted to the whole plant and grow strong
Examples of using iron for cherry tomatoes
Why is TetsuRikini effective?
Iron is an essential nutrient for plants to perform photosynthesis and produce chlorophyll. Therefore, insufficient iron cannot fully photosynthesize. In addition, iron is also responsible for the energy production of photosynthesis products and the conversion of nitrogen into amino acids.
Plants produce organic acids from their roots, dissolve iron, and convert it into "divalent iron" through the action of its own enzymes, thereby absorbing necessary iron. "Iron power" itself is "divalent iron". Plants can absorb it quickly due to weak roots due to environmental pressure, and the effect is obvious.
Popularity among Japanese farmers continues to rise!
Tieli is particularly popular among farmers who are troubled by lack of iron in strawberries, tomatoes, eggplants, etc. (producers who are troubled by environmental pressures and poor plant growth conditions). Products with high repurchase rates.