Raw Material
Magnesium nitrate, Water-soluble Boron, Cyclic guanylic acid, Citric acid, Calcium gluconate, Xanthate, Sodium molybdate, Potassium silicate, Phosphorous acid, Potassium carbonate, Vitamin B1, B12

Active ingredients
Total nitrogen 3.5 %
Water-soluble phosphoric anhydride 3.0 %
Water-soluble potassium oxide 3.0 %
Water-soluble calcium oxide 2.0 %
Water-soluble magnesium oxide 0.5 %
Water-soluble boron 0.2 %
Water-soluble molybdenum 0.01 %

R&D Principle (Feature)
1. The combination of nitrogen, potassium, calcium, magnesium, boron, and molybdenum can stimulate and supply the comprehensive nutrients needed by the young fruit during the flowering stage, so that the flower is prosperous, the young fruit grows rapidly, and the peel is smooth.
2. Appropriate amount of potassium silicate can make the pedicel and carpopodrum thick.
3. Appropriate amount of nucleotides (cyclic guanylic acid) can delay the aging of plants, and it is not easy to lose flowers and fruits.
4. Glucose (a product of photosynthesis) can moderate a climate or environment with insufficient sunlight
5. Appropriate amount of phosphorus and vitamin B complex can activate the roots.

Applicable Crops
Solanaceae (such as small tomatoes, peas, can be used until harvest),
Poaceae (can be used until bolting to flowering stage, and then change fertilizer),
Root and stem vegetables (can be used until the budding stage, and then change the fertilizer),
Peanuts (can be used until the flower-needle stage, and then change the fertilizer), etc.

1. There are more inflorescences, and the underlying fruit expands faster.
2. The pedicel and carpopodrum are not easy to age, and it is not easy to fruit drop.

3. Significant increase in production.

Method of Use
1. Before the flowering stage (after the new leaves have grown): dilute 1000 times for spraying leaves; use 2~3 times and then enter the flowering stage.

2. Small tomatoes, peas: for continuous flowering and fruiting crops, dilute 1000 times afor spraying leaves every 7~10 days from the first flowering stage until harvest.