BioBizz Leaf Coat
BioBizz Leaf Coat is a 100% organic plant strengthener. Leaf coat forms a protective barrier over your plants leaves repelling harmful insects and fungi
- Created by a top Dutch manufacturer – BioBizz
- Certified organic plant strengthener
- Forms a protective barrier over leaves
- Repels harmful insects and fungi
- Greatly reduces water loss in cuttings and speeds up rooting
- Can be used to suffocate outbreaks of powdery mildew and isolate botrytis
- Perfect for use with the range of BioBizz nutrients and additives
How BioBizz Leaf Coat works:
BioBizz Leaf Coat is a 100% organic product used as a foliar-spray, Leaf Coat is derived from beeswax and forms a protective barrier made of natural latex over leaves. This barrier does not affect the plant but it makes it very difficult for insects to feed and for fungi like powdery mildew to take hold. Leaf Coat can be used as a preventative measure against pests and moulds or as part of an extermination program for a current infestation. The beeswax also acts as a natural growth regulator that gives your cuttings a boost. Leaf Coat naturally breaks down a few days after application.
How to use BioBizz Leaf Coat:
BioBizz Leaf Coat is for use on plants grown in any type of system and in any substrate. BioBizz Leaf Coat is perfectly suitable as part of an organic pest-control program. Leaf Coat can be used on plants from the start of their life through to start of flowering. Spray BioBizz Leaf Coat on tops and undersides of all plant leaves, wetting them thoroughly. Spray your plants once a week. For outdoor plants it is advisable to use this product at the beginning or end of the day when the sunlight is weak. For indoor plants, allow plants to dry before switching on the grow-lamp.
Used as directed and in combination with BioBizz nutrients and additives, Leaf Coat will help to prevent insect infestations and fungi in your garden. Highly recommended.
BioBizz Leaf Coat recommended usage – thoroughly spray plant leaves once per week from start of growth to the beginning of flowering.