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SM-90 is your main defense (alongside loving attention and tender care) against fungus or bugs. Prepared from natural plant oils, not synthetic chemicals, it is completely non-toxic to humans, animals, and, of course, plants. It is bio-degradable and friendly to the environment and it smells good!

As a root disease inhibitor, it is effective treatment for pathogens including fusarium, pythium, rhizoctonia, phytopthera, sclerotinia, etc. etc. etc., just file them under "Plague." Add small quantities to the nutrient solution to ward off root infestation and as a bonus, it encourages new root growth. Treated plants will develop greater root area, expanded root room, and will generally exhibit a bonny root development.

To repel invasive insects, try applying SM-90 directly on to foliage or grow medium to discourage and scatter such pests as Aphids, Spider Mites, White flies, and the diabolically named Thrip, amongst others. Not only effective against infestations directly, SM-90 is believed to inhibit future insect colonization or re-infestation. Not a foothold, no matter how many legs they got.

Directions for use
For root treatment: add 2-3 ml to each gallon of nutrient solution on a weekly basis or whenever solutions are replaced. Routine use will provide preventative treatment to keep problems from developing during all stages of growth.

For stem and leaf treatment and for use on insects: dilute 1 part SM-90 with 5 parts water to prepare a concentrate spray.
Product ID: XSM90
Category: Miscellaneous Equipment-Air & Water-Water Treatment
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