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Palm Focus Liquid Concentrated Fertiliser with Seaweed 100ml (GTPAF100)

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Palm Focus Liquid Concentrated Fertiliser with Seaweed 100ml (GTPAF100)
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Palm Focus Liquid Concentrated Fertiliser with Seaweed 100ml (GTPAF100)

£1.99
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  • Available for delivery anywhere in the mainland UK.
  • Order for collection at Bagshot, Bybrook Barn, Chelmsford or Shepperton.
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Product Details

Growth Technology Palm Focus is a unique liquid concentrated fertiliser formulated precisely for palms.

It is suitable for all palms whether in open ground, pots, indoors or outdoors.

Palm Focus is manufactured from pure mineral salts and enriched with complex organic plant acids, such as humic and fulvic acids and concentrated extracts of kelp.

Soil fertility is the key to success and it is maintained in pots by Palm Focus.

Palm Focus should be used from March until August to assist optimal performance in palms. Potted palms will especially benefit from regular feeding.

To use, simply mix 5ml of Palm Focus in 1 litre of clean water.

Indoor palms will benefit from year round regular feeding with each alternate watering.

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Q. Is this product cat friendly as i want to use it on my palms in the catio?

Answered by Longacres 3/3/2018

We recommend that you treat the leaves and not the soil surrounding the plant. Once this has dried this should be safe for the animals to be near the Palms.