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Alchimia Grow Shop presents Lurpe Cane Molasses 1L, an all-natural product intended to nourish the microbial life in the substrate soil or to produce compost tea.
Lurpe cane molasses, rich in potassium and carbohydrates
Lurpe cane molasses is a thick, black, 100% natural liquid derived from sugar refining. It has not been subjected to any sulphurisation process, i.e. it has not received any chemical treatment to bleach it, thus offering all its natural properties.
Notable for its high potassium (K) content, with a concentration of 3.7%. It also contains a large amount of sugars, carbohydrates, vitamins and trace elements.
It is a very beneficial product to nourish the substrate's microbial life when applied in irrigation, as well as to promote the proliferation of beneficial organisms and fungi (such as Trichoderma) in our compost teas.
Lurpe Cane molasses, nourishes and stimulates the soil's microbial life as well as the compost teas
When used in irrigation, a weekly dosage of 1.5 ml per litre of water is recommended. Certainly this will help our plants to grow healthier, more vigorous and flower more effectively, while keeping the substrate alive and in good condition.
Used in the compost tea brewing process, the compost tea bag is filled with the herbs and natural ingredient mixture, then 1.5ml/l of cane molasses is added to the tank water in order to activate the microbial life and start the process.
After 12-24 hours of aeration, our precious tea is ready, loaded with nutrients, trace elements, bacteria and beneficial fungi, minerals, carbohydrates and sugars. It is a very simple and efficient process.
Lurpe Cane Molasses info:
- Unsulphurated natural cane molasses
- Can be used for irrigation or preparing compost tea
- Stimulates and nourishes the soil microbial life
- Provides plants with carbohydrates and sugars
- Promotes optimal and vigorous development
- Dosage: 1.5ml/l
- Contains 3.7% potassium (K)