ALOE FLAKES - QM200X ORGANIC
Aloe is one of those super products that falls in line with kelp, comfrey and alfalfa- it offers an exceptional level of plant benefits in a simple format. Aloe Vera is one of the richest plant sources of saponins, and in addition to this, is a very good source of salycilic acids.
As this product contains no preservatives, do not attempt to store any material that you have mixed with water. It should be used within the same day that you mixed it up.
Storage Instructions: Store in a cool dry place and make sure no moisture can enter the bag for longer shelf life.
A little goes a very long way. Simply take 1/8th of a teaspoon and mix with 1 gallon of water. The flakes are easier to mix than the powder, so you can agitate the aloe flakes in 1 cup of water first, in a protein shake container, and shake vigorously. Then add this to the 1 gallon of water for a foliar application.
ALOE VERA HELPS PROTECT AGAINST DISEASE AND ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS
Aloe vera contains numerous compounds that can help protect plants against disease. The succulent contains high levels of acemannan, a polysaccharide that exerts antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal effects.
Aloe vera also offers high doses of saponins, which have been found to offer protection against threats like detrimental microbes, fungi, and mould. In addition to disease prevention, saponins help rejuvenate the soil and allow water to penetrate the roots. Saponins are also toxic to insects and help deter pest invasions.
Salicylic acid is a beneficial substance found within aloe vera that triggers a response in plants called systemic acquired resistance (SAR). This response is similar to the immune response that occurs in animals following exposure to a pathogen. SAR can be triggered by a wide range of pathogens and offers long-lasting protection. Salicylic acid is required by plants to act as a signalling molecule during SAR.
ALOE VERA IS A BOOSTER FOR ROOT HEALTH
The immense nutrient profile of aloe vera makes the plant an excellent supplement for root health and development. It stimulates root growth, accelerates cell division, and increases nutrient and water uptake. Increased root health results in stronger root systems, allowing plants to become more resilient to environmental factors such as drought and harsh winds.
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