Travena Plant Tonic
The Natural NON-CHEMICAL Growth Stimulant & Insect, Pest and Fungal Disease Suppressant
Travena Plant Tonic offers a natural alternative to the use of chemical products that are sometimes harmful to
humans and their environment.
- Stimulates strong plant and root growth
- Unlocks and adds valuable trace element availability
- Increases yields with better quality, more flavoursome vegetables and fruits that stay fresh longer
- Improved flower setting further increases yields
- Reduces plant stress, improving germination and establishment when planting out
- Improves frost and drought resistance
Reduces Pests & Diseases
- Triggers plant defence mechanisms to reduce fungal infection including blight
- Controls plant pests, banishing slugs, snails, whitefly, red spider mite and weevils
- Suppresses soil borne parasitic cyst nematodes.
- Aids healing after pest attack
A specialist natural organic compound product to boost immunity
systems and yields in all types of plant.
Travena Plant Tonic contains various natural ingredients food in nature. Organic long-chain polymer compounds
derived from glucose found in cell walls of fungi and crustacea, supported with plant growth promoting
compounds and microbial nutriments.
The natural way to protect your plants
Travena Plant Tonic triggers the defensive mechanisms in plants (acting much like a vaccine in humans)
stimulating growth and induces certain natural enzymes (phytoalexins, chitinases, pectinases,
glucanases, and lignin).
It has been affirmed that Travena Plant Tonic starts the production of the phytoalexins that leads to lignin
synthesis and promotion of ethylene formation. Lignin strengthens the cell walls and ethylene
performs many different functions.
Travena Plant Tonic has no toxicity or residue.
Directions for use
Directions for use
To enhance germination and seedling emergence and uniformity.
- Mix 2ml (approx ¼ capful) in 1 litre of water.
- Soak seeds for 6 hours and then dry on clean absorbent paper prior to sowing.
- Mix 10ml (approx 1 capful) to 10 litres of water.
- Apply immediately after sowing.
- Mix 5ml (approx ½ capful) to 5 litres of water.
- Soak roots for 2 hours. Use excess liquid to water in.
During the Growing Season
Apply every 7-10 days, once plants reach 6 leaf stage.
To be most effective use a sprayer and spray both the top and underside of all foliage.
Ensure concentrate is thoroughly mixed in to the water.
Hand Sprayer – 1ml of concentrate per litre of water.
5 Litre Sprayer – 5ml of concentrate to 5 litres of water.
Watering Can With Fine Rose – 10ml of concentrate to 5 litres of water. Drench foliage.
Analysis of Travena Plant Tonic Wt/Vol
(Molecule weight =3000 Dalton) 2.6%
Back ground nutrition, for microbe
Organic wetter 15%
Organic chelating electrolytes 30%
Appearance Dark yellow / brown liquid
From: Gareth Cameron
Sent: 15 November 2010
Subject: Travena product tests
Just wanted to summarise my trials which I have carried out with Travena products over the last three years.
The most amazing trial was with the germination of seeds which had been put into a solution of Travena Plant Tonic for 6 hours prior to sowing. The ones that had been treated, germinated on average 4 or 5 days sooner than those which were not. I came across some Tex cabbage seeds in an old tin in my garden shed. They had been there for at least 6 years and after soaking them in Travena Plant Tonic every one of them germinated!
I also found that by regular foliar spraying and root watering with Travena Plant Tonic every 14 days most vegetables seemed to thrive better than those that were not treated.
The Soft Guard trials on my leeks were amazing. I gave some to my friend Ron Jackson from the Welsh Branch of the National Vegetable Society and lo and behold, his results were the same. By regular foliar spraying of our exhibition leeks, there was no insect damage at all and the shine on the foliage was amazing. After many successes at the National and Local Shows we have repeatedly been asked “what are you spraying your leeks with?”
I also found that by root watering with Soft Guard when the plants were in pots in the greenhouse it helped to combat the most common and difficult to control problem at the moment, Scarid fly in compost. This has been a major bonus for Vegetable Society exhibitors.
When I used both the Alga95 Seaweed powder and Travena Plant Tonic on brassicas there was a much better harvest than those which had normal chemical fertiliser. The quality of harvested cabbages was far superior due to the fact there was less white butterfly damage, maybe they don’t like seaweed! I now only grow brassicas for home consumption and exhibitions, using Alga95 and Softguard.
Along with Ian Stocks from Scotland, we decided to trial growing peas for exhibition just using seaweed powder. Regret to say he won the National Championships ( only joking) but the resistance to powdery mildew was brilliant but we need to carry out more trials to provide some documented proof it works. Also some one who I hold in such high regard as one of the best growers is Alistair Gray. I gave him some Alga95 seaweed powder for trials on his begonias and he reported that he has never had begonias for showing like them, and he has been exhibiting them for over 20 years. He stated the quality of the blooms and colour was unbelievable.
I found that the use of your products from day one in the greenhouse and carried through the season gave me much stronger and healthier plants and the greatest benefit of all, no toxic residues what so ever. So thank you for allowing me to trial the products which I have enjoyed doing. One more thing I would recommend is when using Travena Plant Tonic also add 1ml of Softguard. I can see the additional benefit on controlled trials I have carried out this season.
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