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Aloe Vera Powder

As a nutrient accumulator, aloe vera to contain over 75 active constituents, including amino acids, enzymes, lignins, polysaccharides, minerals, vitamins (A, C, E, and B2, 3, 5, 6, & 12) along with choline, calcium, magnesium, zinc & more.  These things combined make aloe a natural, mild but potent “fertilizer” for plants.

This superfood-like tonic can be used for enhancing root development, cell strength, and overall plant vitality!

Specific Uses:
  • During cloning as a powerful rooting stimulator
  • During any phase of plant growth as a natural plant immunity builder
  • For use in foliar spray as a mild wetting agent and plant tonic.
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$20.99

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Aloe Vera Powder

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Plant Biostimulant

Biostimulants are materials, other than fertilizers, that promote plant growth when applied in small quantities. These environmentally friendly and natural substances promote vegetative growth, mineral nutrient uptake and tolerance of plants to abiotic stresses. The interest in this category of bioproducts in modern agriculture results from the trend to search for new preparations based on natural substances that replace (eliminate) the application of chemicals in agriculture.

Biostimulants include diverse formulations of compounds, substances and micro-organisms that are applied to plants or soils to improve crop vigor, yields, quality and tolerance of abiotic stresses. Biostimulants foster plant growth and development throughout the crop life cycle from seed germination to plant maturity in a number of demonstrated ways, including but not limited to:

• Improving the efficiency of the plant’s metabolism to induce yield increases and enhanced crop quality

• Increasing plant tolerance to and recovery from abiotic stresses

• Facilitating nutrient assimilation, translocation and use

• Enhancing quality attributes of produce, including sugar content, color, fruit seeding, etc.

• Rendering water use more efficient

• Enhancing soil fertility, particularly by fostering the development of complementary soil micro-organisms

Disease Resistance & Resilience

Aloe vera also promotes a strong plant immune system for disease resistance. It contains three very important compounds for plant health:

Acemannan, Saponins, and Salicylic acid.

Acemannan is a therapeutic compound in aloe vera that stimulates the immune system and has antiviral, antibacterial, antitumor, and antifungal properties. It also aids in wound healing.

Saponins help protect the plant from harmful microbes, yeast, mold, and fungi.

Salicylic acid is involved in local and systemic plant defense responses against pathogens, by enhancing the plant’s systemic acquired resistance (SAR).SAR is essentially the plant equivalent of the human immune system. It protects the plant and increases its resistance to environmental stresses such as drought, chilling, heat, heavy metal toxicity, and osmotic stress.

Aloe Vera as a Foliar Spray

Organic growers use Aloe vera in foliar sprays to provide their crop with supplementary micronutrients such as magnesium, calcium, zinc, and manganese. This is an effective way to provide nutrients to the plants, as they are rapidly absorbed through the surface of the leaves.

Aloe vera helps protect against disease and environmental stress. Aloe vera contains numerous compounds that can help protect plants against disease. This succulent contains high levels of acemannan, a polysaccharide that exerts antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal effects.

Aloe vera is a booster for root health and cloning. The immense nutrient profile of Aloe vera makes the plant an excellent supplement for root health, development, and cloning. It stimulates root growth, accelerates cell division, and increases nutrient and water uptake. Aloe vera can be used as a follicular spray, for rooting, mixing in the soil, and for other tea combinations.

How do I use Aloe Vera powder?

Instructions

Mix roughly 1/8 – 1/2 teaspoon of Aloe Vera powder per gallon of water.

Mix 1-4 tablespoons of Aloe Vera powder per 50 gallons of water.

Apply to the top and bottom of your leaves and/or soil drench. Can be used in combination with other teas. 

Notice: Aloe Vera Powder may need to sit in water for 10 Minutes to properly dissolve and activate the properties to maximum benefit.

What's in Aloe Vera powder?

Aloe vera also contains enzymes and plant hormones that help to reduce transplant shock, and boost the plant’s resilience to drought, stress, and disease. The high levels of acemannan and saponin found in aloe vera both provide antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. This helps to protect plants from pathogens including harmful microbes, fungus, yeast, mold, or blight.

The high levels of salicylic acid naturally found in aloe vera plays a big role in its healing powers. You’ve probably heard of salicylic acid before; it’s commonly found in skincare products to fight blemishes. In a similar manner, salicylic acid enhances the plant’s version of an immune system (known as the systemic immune response or SAR) that will help them fend off disease.

Why should I use Aloe Vera powder?

Aloe vera contains over 75 beneficial compounds including amino acids, antioxidants, complex carbohydrates, calcium, magnesium, zinc, vitamins A, C, E, B-vitamins, and more. When blended into a homemade fertilizer, your plants receive a gentle but potent boost of nutrition. Aloe vera fertilizer can encourage seed germination and rapid root development, improved cell strength, and contribute to overall superior plant health, growth, and vigor. In fact, aloe is so great at promoting growth that it’s commonly used as a natural rooting hormone, used to help plant cuttings establish new roots.

What is salicylic acid?

Salicylic acid is one of the plant hormones produced by the plant naturally, as it is mainly manufactured within the plant cytoplasmic cells. Salicylic acid plays an important role in the growth and development of the plant for major physiological roles such as increasing the plant’s response to stress conditions by increasing the resistance of the plant to System Acquired Resistance (SAR) by stimulating or changing the internal paper dissection endogenous signaling to withstand a large number of stresses. Salicylic acid acts as a stimulant or transmitter of the cell to withstand environmental stress conditions such as dryness, coldness, heat, stress of heavy elements.

What are the benefits of using salicylic acid?

Salicylic acid has the ability to bind conjugate with some amino acids such as proline and arginine, which increase the plant’s effectiveness in resisting environmental stresses and at the same time maintain systemic acquired resistance (SAR). The most important effects of salicylic acid are to stimulate the production of antioxidants.

Salicylic acid increases the plant’s response to tolerance and resistance to various diseases affecting plants as it is found that increasing its internal concentration activates the protective role of pathogenic pathogens. The SA also has many important physiological roles, such as stimulating the flowering, ion absorption, nutrient transfer, increasing the representation of CO2 gas, controlling the movement of stomata, photo materials, gas exchange, and protein synthesis.

Directions for Horticultural Use

1 teaspoon per gallon water / 100 g per 33 gallons water /1kg in 330 gallons water

Seed soak for 4-12 hours

Plant cutting soak for 4-12 hours

Foliar Spray in morning before full sun

Aloe Vera Powder

Aloe Vera Powder

As a nutrient accumulator, aloe vera to contain over 75 active constituents, including amino acids, enzymes, lignins, polysaccharides, minerals, vitamins (A, C, E, and B2, 3, 5, 6, & 12) along with choline, calcium, magnesium, zinc & more.  These things combined make aloe a natural, mild but potent “fertilizer” for plants.

This superfood-like tonic can be used for enhancing root development, cell strength, and overall plant vitality!

Specific Uses:
  • During cloning as a powerful rooting stimulator
  • During any phase of plant growth as a natural plant immunity builder
  • For use in foliar spray as a mild wetting agent and plant tonic.

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Plant Biostimulant

Biostimulants are materials, other than fertilizers, that promote plant growth when applied in small quantities. These environmentally friendly and natural substances promote vegetative growth, mineral nutrient uptake and tolerance of plants to abiotic stresses. The interest in this category of bioproducts in modern agriculture results from the trend to search for new preparations based on natural substances that replace (eliminate) the application of chemicals in agriculture.

Biostimulants include diverse formulations of compounds, substances and micro-organisms that are applied to plants or soils to improve crop vigor, yields, quality and tolerance of abiotic stresses. Biostimulants foster plant growth and development throughout the crop life cycle from seed germination to plant maturity in a number of demonstrated ways, including but not limited to:

• Improving the efficiency of the plant’s metabolism to induce yield increases and enhanced crop quality

• Increasing plant tolerance to and recovery from abiotic stresses

• Facilitating nutrient assimilation, translocation and use

• Enhancing quality attributes of produce, including sugar content, color, fruit seeding, etc.

• Rendering water use more efficient

• Enhancing soil fertility, particularly by fostering the development of complementary soil micro-organisms

Disease Resistance & Resilience

Aloe vera also promotes a strong plant immune system for disease resistance. It contains three very important compounds for plant health:

Acemannan, Saponins, and Salicylic acid.

Acemannan is a therapeutic compound in aloe vera that stimulates the immune system and has antiviral, antibacterial, antitumor, and antifungal properties. It also aids in wound healing.

Saponins help protect the plant from harmful microbes, yeast, mold, and fungi.

Salicylic acid is involved in local and systemic plant defense responses against pathogens, by enhancing the plant’s systemic acquired resistance (SAR).SAR is essentially the plant equivalent of the human immune system. It protects the plant and increases its resistance to environmental stresses such as drought, chilling, heat, heavy metal toxicity, and osmotic stress.

Aloe Vera as a Foliar Spray

Organic growers use Aloe vera in foliar sprays to provide their crop with supplementary micronutrients such as magnesium, calcium, zinc, and manganese. This is an effective way to provide nutrients to the plants, as they are rapidly absorbed through the surface of the leaves.

Aloe vera helps protect against disease and environmental stress. Aloe vera contains numerous compounds that can help protect plants against disease. This succulent contains high levels of acemannan, a polysaccharide that exerts antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal effects.

Aloe vera is a booster for root health and cloning. The immense nutrient profile of Aloe vera makes the plant an excellent supplement for root health, development, and cloning. It stimulates root growth, accelerates cell division, and increases nutrient and water uptake. Aloe vera can be used as a follicular spray, for rooting, mixing in the soil, and for other tea combinations.

Common Questions

How do I use Aloe Vera powder?

Instructions

Mix roughly 1/8 – 1/2 teaspoon of Aloe Vera powder per gallon of water.

Mix 1-4 tablespoons of Aloe Vera powder per 50 gallons of water.

Apply to the top and bottom of your leaves and/or soil drench. Can be used in combination with other teas. 

Notice: Aloe Vera Powder may need to sit in water for 10 Minutes to properly dissolve and activate the properties to maximum benefit.

What's in Aloe Vera powder?

Aloe vera also contains enzymes and plant hormones that help to reduce transplant shock, and boost the plant’s resilience to drought, stress, and disease. The high levels of acemannan and saponin found in aloe vera both provide antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. This helps to protect plants from pathogens including harmful microbes, fungus, yeast, mold, or blight.

The high levels of salicylic acid naturally found in aloe vera plays a big role in its healing powers. You’ve probably heard of salicylic acid before; it’s commonly found in skincare products to fight blemishes. In a similar manner, salicylic acid enhances the plant’s version of an immune system (known as the systemic immune response or SAR) that will help them fend off disease.

Why should I use Aloe Vera powder?

Aloe vera contains over 75 beneficial compounds including amino acids, antioxidants, complex carbohydrates, calcium, magnesium, zinc, vitamins A, C, E, B-vitamins, and more. When blended into a homemade fertilizer, your plants receive a gentle but potent boost of nutrition. Aloe vera fertilizer can encourage seed germination and rapid root development, improved cell strength, and contribute to overall superior plant health, growth, and vigor. In fact, aloe is so great at promoting growth that it’s commonly used as a natural rooting hormone, used to help plant cuttings establish new roots.

What is salicylic acid?

Salicylic acid is one of the plant hormones produced by the plant naturally, as it is mainly manufactured within the plant cytoplasmic cells. Salicylic acid plays an important role in the growth and development of the plant for major physiological roles such as increasing the plant’s response to stress conditions by increasing the resistance of the plant to System Acquired Resistance (SAR) by stimulating or changing the internal paper dissection endogenous signaling to withstand a large number of stresses. Salicylic acid acts as a stimulant or transmitter of the cell to withstand environmental stress conditions such as dryness, coldness, heat, stress of heavy elements.

What are the benefits of using salicylic acid?

Salicylic acid has the ability to bind conjugate with some amino acids such as proline and arginine, which increase the plant’s effectiveness in resisting environmental stresses and at the same time maintain systemic acquired resistance (SAR). The most important effects of salicylic acid are to stimulate the production of antioxidants.

Salicylic acid increases the plant’s response to tolerance and resistance to various diseases affecting plants as it is found that increasing its internal concentration activates the protective role of pathogenic pathogens. The SA also has many important physiological roles, such as stimulating the flowering, ion absorption, nutrient transfer, increasing the representation of CO2 gas, controlling the movement of stomata, photo materials, gas exchange, and protein synthesis.