OGS Aloe Boost
The immune system of the Aloe Vera plant incredibly strong; Aloe Vera plants are never affected by pests nor insects.
OGS Aloe Boost brings these benefits from the Aloe Vera plant to your garden.
Our Aloe Boost is the ideal adjunct for microbe proliferation in both the rhizosphere (root zone) and phyllosphere (leaf surfaces and above ground).
The abundance of complex carbohydrate sources within Aloe Boost will cause microbial populations to skyrocket, breathing new life into your soil and plants, promoting consistently healthy growth while significantly increasing pest resistance and immune responses.
OGS Aloe Boost is composed of cold pressed and carefully processed whole leaf Aloe Vera extract.
It promotes photosynthesis, ion uptake and ion transport, as well as boosts phytoalexin production in your plants to bolster their defensive arsenal against pathogens.
OGS Aloe Boost contains several components that improve your plants immune systems and resilience to pests including:
B group vitamins which can accelerate plant growth.
5 different polysaccharides with considerable capacity for chelation to further facilitate nutrient uptake by your plants.
Saponins for IPM and to promote both plant and fungal growth.
Salicylic acid to boost your plants immune system and increase drought resistance.
Gibberellins and Indole Acetic Acid to promote cell division.
Phytochemicals of Aloin.
How Do I Use Aloe Boost?
Please mix the solution fresh and do not leave premixed solution mixed in water for long periods.
Do not spray plants during pollination.
Over application of Aloe Boost as a soil drench may result in an undesirable fungicidal effect.
Foliar Feeding / IPM: 30 mL Aloe Boost per 10 L water.
Spray both the surface and underside of foliage. S
oil Drench: 15 mL Aloe Boost per 10L water.
For Plants & Soil Only
McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose you or your companions disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.