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Lava Gold Biological Line

The main component of LAVA GOLD #flowerpowerfertilizers is silica, the next mineral present is alumina and is followed by calcium, iron and magnesium oxide 🌟. Lava Gold also contains manganese phosphorus and sulfur compounds ✨. Does your soil have a shortage of minerals and trace elements❓ Then Lava Gold is irreplaceable as a mineral treatment ⭐. The next important factor is the amount of trace elements. These are the central atoms from which cell formation and amino acid formation are regulated Lava Gold serves as a nutrient binder and acts as an ion exchanger in the complex nutrient exchange system between the soil and the roots of marijuana plants 🌱. Available in bags of 100 grams and 500 grams🛒 Usage:100 grams m2
Manufacturer: everano
24.50 € incl tax
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The main component of Lava is silica, the next mineral present is alumina and is followed by calcium, iron and magnesium oxide. Lava also contains manganese and sulfur phosphorous compounds.

Does your soil have a shortage of minerals and trace elements? So Lava is irreplaceable as a mineral treatment.

The next important factor is the amount of trace elements. These are the central atoms from which cell formation and amino acid formation are regulated. These are indispensable for plant, animal and human life! Lava serves as a nutrient binder and acts as an ion exchanger in the complex nutrient exchange system between the soil and plant roots.

The main component of Lava is silica, the next mineral present is alumina and is followed by calcium, iron and magnesium oxide. Lava also contains manganese and sulfur phosphorous compounds.

Does your soil have a shortage of minerals and trace elements? So Lava is irreplaceable as a mineral treatment.

The next important factor is the amount of trace elements. These are the central atoms from which cell formation and amino acid formation are regulated. These are indispensable for plant, animal and human life! Lava serves as a nutrient binder and acts as an ion exchanger in the complex nutrient exchange system between the soil and plant roots.

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