Frequently Asked Questions
Shake well before use and spray Plantonic on the undersides of leaves, soil, stems and roots.
Once a week for small plants and crops. Twice a week or more a weak for large plants and crops, and infested plants and crops.
Plantonic contains ingredients such as Neem and fruit oils that are natural pest repellants. Regular application of the tonic twice a week can ward off pests.
Plantonic can help prevent common plant diseases, such as root rot and mosaic virus, and various infections by building up the natural immune system of the plant. This makes the plant healthier and less susceptible to problems.
Plantonic helps boots a plant’s health naturally with an effective formula inspired by Ayurvedic and Traditional medicines. This could in turn result in more robust and accelerated growth.
Plantonic cannot revive a completely dead plant. However, it can help a plant that is in bad condition or dying by boosting its immune system and helping it to grow stronger roots. It can also revitalise soil to further benefit the plant.
Plantonic can be added to the water for propagated cuttings and can help encourage root growth. Simply spray directly into the water containing the cuttings between two to six times depending on the volume of water and size of cuttings.
Yes, Plantonic can help extend the shelf life of flower cuttings. Simply spray directly into the water containing the cuttings between two to six times depending on the volume of water and size of cuttings. However, do not spray Plantonic onto flowers.
No, Plantonic is suitable for use in all climates from temperate to tropical regions. However, in winter season you may pause usage as most plants will enter a winter dormancy.
Plantonic is generally safe for use even for those with a heavy hand. But as with all forms of nutrition, both for plants and for people, moderation is key. Excessive usage could possibly lead to an unhealthy build-up of nutrients in the soil, which may lead to some yellowing in lower parts of the foliage.
Plantonic is safe to use with other products such as fertilisers and pesticides.
Yes, Plantonic can be used in hydroponics and will be beneficial to the growth of the plant. Use one part Plantonic to four parts water. Shake the bottle well before pouring the tonic out.
Plantonic is not pungent and has a mildly refreshing, zesty scent thanks to its natural ingredients. It contains no artificial added aromas.
Plantonic is certified by CHEMLAB to be of 100% plant origin and non-toxic. Hence, safe for use around children, pets, and livestock.
Early mornings or late evenings are the best time to use Plantonic. Avoid using it at night as the plant stomata (pores) will be closed and it will be less efficient in absorbing Plantonic.
Like all fertilisers for plants, Plantonic should be used less in winter as most plants will enter a resting phase or dormancy period with delayed or stagnated growth. In temperate countries, wait till warmer weather or until spring arrives before resuming use of Plantonic.
Plantonic is certified by CHEMLAB to be of 100% plant origin and non-toxic. If it touches your skin, simply wipe it off. However, avoid contact with eyes and contact a doctor immediately if unwell.
Plantonic leaves no residue and does not stain surfaces.
Plantonic’s packaging is made of #1 PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic that can be recycled but not reused.
Plantonic promotes biodiversity by revitalising the health of the soil – it increase micro-organic activity in soil, help retain carbon contents in the soil longer and leaves no residual. Plantonic is also 100% plant-based, therefore contains no animal DNA.