Foliar Spray and Growth Promoter with Fungicidal and Bactericidal Property
RGG BAGICHA is a great formulation for all types of plants. Once you use it, it is impossible for you to think of using any product other than RGG BAGICHA.
The soil that we collect or buy from nurseries to use in our gardens often consists of harmful fungus, bacterial eggs or spores. When this soil starts getting water and fertilizers, the fungus and bacteria begin to breed actively. As a result, our plant becomes prone to soil borne diseases. Usually urban gardeners, unable to realize this fact, purchase and use chemical fertilizers and pesticides from nurseries.
How to use
RGG BAGICHA, mixed with soil, can be a promising solution to this problem. Add 10/15 grams of RGG BAGICHA to every 5 kgs of soil and your plants will surprise the other gardeners.
Gardeners often face an even bigger problem. That is the premature fall of flower buds. Even after providing the plant all sorts of nourishment and care, the bud may fall off, the fruit may be damaged. In this condition, if 2 /3 grams of RGG BAGICHA is mixed with one litre of water and sprayed on the plants for a gap of at least 7 days, this problem will be fully solved.
Where to use
Not only on fruits and flowers, RGG BAGICHA works well even on any type of foliage.
When we buy a sapling from a nursery and plant it in a pot for the very first time, it remains in a traumatic condition. While planting, if we mix 5 /10 grams of RGG BAGICHA per pot, this trauma can easily be overcome. So, the chances of the plant’s death decreases. Currently, RGG BAGICHA is being used in more than thousands of vertical gardens. Run drip irrigation by mixing 2 /3 grams of RGG BAGICHA with every litre of water, for a gap of at least 10 days.
If you want to see your vertical garden at its full and finest bloom, start using RGG BAGICHA today.
May your garden be enriched with fruits and flowers. May every leaf remain at the brim of its greenery.
May you become a satisfied and a successful gardener.
Using RGG BAGICHA,
Gardening is easy now.