Raw Material
Magnesium nitrate, Water-soluble Boron, Cyclic guanylic acid, Calcium gluconate,
Xanthic acid, Citric acid, Sodium molybdate, Potassium silicate, Dipotassium phosphate, Diammonium phosphate, Manganese EDTA, Zinc EDTA, Lignin,
Vitamin B1, B12, Sodium Erythorbate (Antioxidant)

Active ingredients
Total nitrogen 4.0 %
(with ammonium nitrogen) 2.5 %
(with nitrate nitrogen) 1.5 %
Water-soluble phosphoric anhydride 15.0 %
Water-soluble potassium oxide 4.0 %
Water-soluble calcium oxide 4.0 %
Water-soluble magnesium oxide 3.0 %
Water-soluble manganese 0.5 %
Water-soluble boron 0.5 %
Water-soluble molybdenum 0.02 %

Total Zinc 0.3 %

R&D Principle (Feature)
1. After the new leaves have grown, the combination of high phosphorus, high magnesium and high zinc elements necessary plus vitamin B complex (natural stimulant) simultaneously stimulate the roots of fruit trees to increase flower buds.
2. Appropriate amount of nitrogen, potassium, calcium, boron and molybdenum can promote the bloom and differentiation of flower buds.
3. Appropriate amount of potassium silicate can make the pedicel and carpopodrum thick.
4. Appropriate amount of nucleotides (cyclic guanylic acid) can delay the aging of plants, and it is not easy to lose flowers and fruits.
5. Glucose (a product of photosynthesis) can moderate a climate or environment with insufficient sunlight.
6. Xanthic acid can make all elements easily attached to the soil and not easy to run off.

Applicable Crops
Fruit trees (from the new leaves have grown to young fruit stage; after young fruit stage using Go Growing 202) .

1. More new leaves and buds; the flower is prosperous.
2. The pedicel and carpopodrum are not easy to age, and it is not easy to fruit drop.

3. Young fruits are significantly larger.

Method of Use
After the new leaves have grown: diluted 1000 times for spraying leaves or 500 times for root watering; use 2~3 times then entering the flowering and young fruit stage.