Prime Your Water for Organic Gardening and Unlock the Full Potential of Beneficial Microbe Additives
Conditioning your water with Ecothrive’s Neutralise will maximise the potency of beneficial microbe additives. Tap water contains compounds that destroy microorganisms, which is great for preventing the spread of diseases, but not so great for your plants… Neutralise solves this issue instantly – just add a drop’s worth for each litre of feed and you will ensure that the effects of chlorine and chloramine are completely nullified.
- Tackles the chlorine and chloramine in tap water, optimising it for organic gardening
- Allows microbe populations to flourish, maximising the effectiveness of beneficial boosters
- Works instantly – no need to leave water standing overnight
- Promotes increases in quality, growth rates and resistance to pests and diseases
- A natural solution – non-toxic and organically derived
- Extremely concentrated formula – 1 litre will treat 20000 litres of water!
- Incredibly safe to use – compatible with any nutrient range or growing method
1 x bottle of Ecothrive Neutralise. Choose between 50ml 250ml 1 litre and now 5 litre bottles
How Neutralise Works
Beneficial additives, like Mammoth P or Biosy fortify rootzones with colonies of fungi and bacteria that work to speed up growth rates and ward off pathogens, while improving the quality and size of your crop. If you’re using them with tap water, however, you may not be getting the very best from them. Chlorine and chloramine help to control the spread of diseases and parasites, but, unfortunately these substances don’t discriminate between positive and negative microorganisms, having an equally devastating effect on beneficial populations.
How to Use Ecothrive Neutralise
Neutralise is very easy to use – just add a drop for every litre of water and stir vigorously. Do this before adding in your boosters or base nutrients, and before adjusting the pH. One drop is equal to 1/20th of a ml. If you’re treating large volumes of nutrient solution, you’ll need to use 1ml for every 20 litres of solution.