Excalibur Plumeria Fertilizer
Excalibur is formulated to allow the releasing the nutrients to correspond with your Plumeria’s growing requirements.
Average Temperature: critical factor since the releasing of nutrients is activated by moisture and temperature.
How we get the desired release rate: The number of coatings is manipulated for the timing of nutrients released as plumeria need them.
- Dosage: Application rates, plus combination and percentage of nutrients.
- Regional: Accounting for climate’s temperatures and average rainfall
Excalibur VI is a controlled release plumeria fertilizer is designed for the short growing seasons of around 6 months. Excalibur VI is also great for the mid-season additions and when transplanting during the season.
Excalibur VI is also great for the growing season that goes almost all year. In Southern Florida with a growing season from February to December. Apply every 6 months twice a year.
Excalibur VI is also good for the Short growing seasons in California and cooler parts of the country.
Excalibur IX (now with Boron) is a controlled release plumeria fertilizer designed growing seasons of around 9 months. This is perfect for growing plumeria in Texas and Northern Florida with a typical season from March to November. Apply Excalibur IX once a year at the beginning of the year.
Excalibur IX (now with Boron) is also good for Arizona, with a short hot season requires more watering, causing it to last only 7 or 8 months.
Excalibur VI and Excalibur IX are almost identical, the only difference is the thickness of the granule coatings allowing 6 months to release nutrients over a shorter period of time. The thicker coating adds slightly more sulfur to Excalibur IX and Boron has been added to Excalibur IX.
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