NTS nutri-tech Solutions
A high analysis source of calcium, magnesium and boron, complexed with fulvic acid and mannitol (derived from kelp).
- Calcium is the trucker of all minerals and it governs cell strength and cell division.
- Magnesium is the life blood of chlorophyll and it is a phosphate synergist.
- Boron is critical for reproduction and it is a calcium synergist.
- Trio (CMB) Foliar™ also contains 15.2% (approx.) nitrogen and features the multiple benefits of kelp and fulvic acid.
Trio (CMB) Foliar™ Testimonials
“I have been using the Trio (CMB) Foliar fertiliser since the start of December and just wanted to share with you how wonderful I have found it. I use it on my orchids (mostly slipper orchids) and have seen an incredible improvement in their growth patterns as a result. My new leaves are longer, wider and thicker and my plants are putting out a lot more new growths.”
– David Judge, Orchid Grower
“I wanted to pass on my compliments and thanks for the great customer service you provide... If there is ever a choice now between an alternative product supplier and NTS, I will now always go with you, due to your quality of product and excellent customer service.”
– Bridie McLennan
“I was simply astounded at the results. There was a massive fruit set … we harvested 250% more fruit than the previous season and fruit size was just as good as other years.”
– Peter Cochrane, Cowra
“Instead of the typical hard crust, the soil became moist and friable, and the smell was fantastic – I know there is a long way to go with this soil, but changes are already happening. Who would have thought I’d be seeing worms back in my soils again so soon!”
– John Traill, Liverpool Plains
“I now believe that this is the first time I have seen genuinely healthy mango trees. These trees are now firing along with fantastic flushes even though they are still sitting in water. I just can’t believe it. I didn’t think it was possible.”
– Robert Pucciarmati, Dundee Beach
“The trees were incredibly healthy and far more balanced than in previous seasons. There was less nitrogen sponsored wood growth resulting in a 75% reduction in pruning requirements and even the weed pressure has decreased significantly.”
– Peter Cochrane