One of the most common questions in the June and July growing seasons is, “How do I cure blossom end rot?” The answer is straightforward; Kelzyme.
Why does Kelzyme cure blossom end rot? To dive deeper into understanding the cure we need to better understand the cause.
Blossom end rot is caused by a lack of calcium movement within your plant. Your soil may be rich in calcium, but if your plant is unable to absorb that calcium, it will not be able to absorb the water or other nutrients you are feeding it. Since tomatoes and peppers are some of the hungriest plants, if they are not able to properly uptake nutrients and water, they will develop blossom end rot easily. Ensuring your tomatoes and peppers, and all plants, have the ability to feed well, you must offer them the appropriate amount of calcium in the right form.
We have all heard the phrase “Milk builds strong bones,” and why? Milk builds strong bones because of its calcium content. This, in a way, is the same way calcium makes strong bones within your plant, which ultimately is the cure for blossom end rot.
Calcium is one of the most important nutrients for any plant is because of its’ ability to ensure your plant is absorbing the nutrients and water it needs to be healthy. Calcium assists in the opening of your plant on a cellular level to keep nutrients and water flowing properly throughout the plant, creating more fruit, building the immune system of the plant, and ultimately ensuring it thrives. It’s building your plant up on a cellular level, from the inside out, just like it does for humans.
One of the best things about Kelzyme is that it feeds the soil through its bioavailability, which is important. The form in which you offer nutrients matters, and to ensure your plant is nourished with what it needs, without any opportunity for lockout or burn, the calcium in Kelzyme is offered at the pace of the plant. The Calcium and trace minerals within the product help to balance your soil effectively, nourishing your plant from the roots and building the bridges between water, nutrients, and cell walls. It is the best cure for blossom end rot because it ensures your plant has the ability to uptake the nutrients easily by offering 37% calcium, alongside a multitude of macro and micro nutrients, without the potential to cause any harm.
So how do you apply Kelzyme to cure blossom end rot? The answer is straightforward; whichever way is easiest for you.
Kelzyme comes in tow forms, granular and micronized, and both can be beneficial for your plants at all stages. The micronized version is excellent for hydroponics, foliar sprays, and can be added into your top soil. The granular version is prime when you are first planting, transplanting, or can also be added into your top soil. Whichever way is most convenient for you, Kelzyme will dive into your soil and provide nourishment, healing your plant from the roots up. You literally can’t do it wrong.
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