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ATAMI B´cuzz 1-Component Soil

Code: 20459/1L
Brand: Atami
from €9,03 from €7,46 excl. VAT

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Complete universal 1-component basic fertilizer with a well-balanced NPK ratio for growing in calcareous soil substrates.

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In stock | 20459/1L
€7,46 excl. VAT
In stock | 20459/5L
€33,42 excl. VAT
Usually in stock within one day | 20459/10L
€60,19 excl. VAT

Product detailed description

B’cuzz 1-component universal basic nutrition contains red iron chelate which provides the plant to absorb the nutrients to the max, besides this it does not contain any ballast substances. The NPK ratio will result in a nutrient which is easy to combine with boosters and stimulators.  You can use the 1-component nutrition the entire growth cycle.

B’cuzz 1-Component does not contain any calcium, because calcareous soil naturally contains calcium. In addition, many types of soil and peat retain nutrients reasonably well (this does vary per soil type). Some sandy soils have a relatively large amount of calcium (lime), however some other elements often flush through them. B’cuzz 1-component is an ideal nutrition that is easy and economical in use.


B’cuzz 1-Component is a universal nutrient suitable for different kinds of vegetables, fruits and herbs like cauliflower, grapes, and rosemary. It can also be used for in and outdoor plants (e.g., geranium and orchids). The required dosage can be measured to meet the needs of any individual plant or crop.


Especially developed for calcareous soils. Tap or groundwater often contain higher amounts of calcium and magnesium, which can make the choice of 1-Component a good one. Micronutrients are somewhat higher in 1-Component. This is to support the plants in slightly poorer (sandy) soils. Halve the dosage at the beginning of the cycle. Once a week water your plant just with water, leaving out the 1-Component.


1 – 5 ml per litre of water.

NPK 2-3-5 W/W

B'cuzz Basic Nutrients

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