Envii Early Starter - the perfect solution for crops in cold weather

01 April 2016 | Posted in Food by The Marshalls Family

EarlyStarterTreat your seedlings and developing young crops to Envii Early Starter (perfect for young plants in early spring to protect them from those cold and often frosty nights).

This effective liquid formulation that acts like a winter coat for plants - it's a bio-stimulant that keeps plants warm and helps them repair and grow on quickly after cold temperatures.

  • Excellent for developing seedlings in late winter (for crops for earlier harvests)
  • Excellent for established crops that overwinter (such as spring cabbage)
  • Easy to add to watering can to make the perfect solution when you add water.
  • Optic-design so you can apply the perfect dosage
  • Water onto trays, modules, pots or direct soil

Plants treated with Envii Early Starter demonstrate less damage from cold temperatures and grow away much quicker and stronger than untreated plants.

Tests have demonstrated that plants continue to grow in soil temperatures between 6-8°C (43-46°F), where normally they would only grow at temperatures above 10°C (50°F).

Early Starter Peter WaltonRecommended by Terry Walton – allotment doctor for BBC Radio 2 Jeremy Vine Show.

"My gardening year starts in January in a heated greenhouse when in go my onions, lettuce, cabbage and broad beans.

This winter has been the warmest and wettest on record and a total lack of sunshine. The seedlings just sat there refusing to grow. So, action was needed and I came across Early Starter from Envii. This stated it would stimulate growth of these plants in the lower temperatures and encourage growth.

I filled my pressure sprayer with tepid water and added the correct amount of Envii Early Starter. After a couple of days and another spraying these dormant seedlings decided to grow again! I must say I was sceptical that this would happen but the proof is in the results.

This is definitely part of my 'armoury' in future.

Based on my results I would strongly recommend it to any gardener looking to grow in the early season when the weather is cold."

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