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Canna Greenwall Special 500 ml

Canna Greenwall Special 500 ml

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CANNA Greenwall special is a liquid, compound fertilizer with micronutrients, specially developed to keep all types of green walls, both at home and at the office, fresh green and beautifully blooming.

Think of vertical gardens, green walls, living walls and edible walls. CANNA only works with high-quality pure nutrients and chelates, which are immediately and fully available to the plant.

Vertical plant walls, also called greenwalls, are growing in popularity. They can mainly be seen in office and retail buildings, but also in catering establishments and in people's homes. This is not only because of the pleasant, natural appearance of such a green painting, but also because it has been shown that plants increase labor productivity, have a stress-reducing effect, improve air quality and provide heat and sound insulation.

NPK 1-1-3

Vertical plant wall, how do you do that?

Many plants that are sold as houseplants are in principle also suitable for use in a vertical wall. Which plants are chosen for which wall and in which combination depends, among other things, on the following factors:

  • location of the wall
  • much or little light
  • the ambient temperature
  • system and method of watering
  • the humidity of the wall
  • the size of the wall

 

Location of the wall

The chosen plants must be able to grow under the conditions of the wall. Indoors, light is often the limiting factor. Because the proportion of plant families that thrive under low-light conditions is small, the wall's choice of plants is greater when lighting is used. Even walls near a window usually need to be illuminated for that reason.

Size of the wall

When working with a large wall, there will be differences within the wall in the aforementioned circumstances. For example, plants at the top of the wall often get more light. Depending on the type of irrigation system, the plants lower on the wall often receive more water. At the top, the wall can even dry up between turns.

Vertical wall systems

Many systems for green walls are conceivable and many systems are patented. The first modern system was invented by Stanley Hart White. He patented this in 1935 and the system consisted of stackable outdoor flower pots. Patrick Blanc from France was the first to develop indoor systems. He did this on the basis of his knowledge of plants and ecosystems in tropical regions. Later he also applied his system outdoors with plants from temperate zones.

The plants in a green wall can be grown on different media. Rock wool, clay granules, soil mixes, coconut substrates and mats can be used for this. Connect the system to a nutrient reservoir to automatically regulate watering.

Maintenance

Good design and maintenance can prevent downtime. It also helps here if the growth conditions of the plants are at the limit of sub-optimal, so that the plants grow less fast and are more resistant to fluctuations. Leaf plucking and pruning plants that are likely to become too large is also part of the standard maintenance, and must be carried out every 3 months. This way the wall will continue to look beautiful and it can last for years.

 

Instructions

Shake well before use. Add 2 to 4 ml Greenwall special per liter of water. Do not use other fertilizers, such as fertilizer granules, simultaneously in the root environment of your plants. For green walls that are connected to a nutrient reservoir, it is advisable to refresh the entire content of the reservoir regularly - at least once every two weeks. This is to ensure that the plants receive the correct nutrients.

 

  • Storage instructions
  • Keep bottles hermetically sealed.
  • Keep only in the original container.
  • Protect from heat, frost and direct sunlight.
  • Recommended storage temperature 10-30 ° C.
  • The packaging is made of 100% recyclable Polyethylene (PVC and cadmium free).

 

Warning

  • Causes skin irritation
  • Causes serious eye irritation

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CANNA Greenwall special is a liquid, compound fertilizer with micronutrients, specially developed to keep all types of green walls, both at home and at the office, fresh green and beautifully blooming.

Think of vertical gardens, green walls, living walls and edible walls. CANNA only works with high-quality pure nutrients and chelates, which are immediately and fully available to the plant.

Vertical plant walls, also called greenwalls, are growing in popularity. They can mainly be seen in office and retail buildings, but also in catering establishments and in people's homes. This is not only because of the pleasant, natural appearance of such a green painting, but also because it has been shown that plants increase labor productivity, have a stress-reducing effect, improve air quality and provide heat and sound insulation.

NPK 1-1-3

Vertical plant wall, how do you do that?

Many plants that are sold as houseplants are in principle also suitable for use in a vertical wall. Which plants are chosen for which wall and in which combination depends, among other things, on the following factors:

  • location of the wall
  • much or little light
  • the ambient temperature
  • system and method of watering
  • the humidity of the wall
  • the size of the wall

 

Location of the wall

The chosen plants must be able to grow under the conditions of the wall. Indoors, light is often the limiting factor. Because the proportion of plant families that thrive under low-light conditions is small, the wall's choice of plants is greater when lighting is used. Even walls near a window usually need to be illuminated for that reason.

Size of the wall

When working with a large wall, there will be differences within the wall in the aforementioned circumstances. For example, plants at the top of the wall often get more light. Depending on the type of irrigation system, the plants lower on the wall often receive more water. At the top, the wall can even dry up between turns.

Vertical wall systems

Many systems for green walls are conceivable and many systems are patented. The first modern system was invented by Stanley Hart White. He patented this in 1935 and the system consisted of stackable outdoor flower pots. Patrick Blanc from France was the first to develop indoor systems. He did this on the basis of his knowledge of plants and ecosystems in tropical regions. Later he also applied his system outdoors with plants from temperate zones.

The plants in a green wall can be grown on different media. Rock wool, clay granules, soil mixes, coconut substrates and mats can be used for this. Connect the system to a nutrient reservoir to automatically regulate watering.

Maintenance

Good design and maintenance can prevent downtime. It also helps here if the growth conditions of the plants are at the limit of sub-optimal, so that the plants grow less fast and are more resistant to fluctuations. Leaf plucking and pruning plants that are likely to become too large is also part of the standard maintenance, and must be carried out every 3 months. This way the wall will continue to look beautiful and it can last for years.

 

Instructions

Shake well before use. Add 2 to 4 ml Greenwall special per liter of water. Do not use other fertilizers, such as fertilizer granules, simultaneously in the root environment of your plants. For green walls that are connected to a nutrient reservoir, it is advisable to refresh the entire content of the reservoir regularly - at least once every two weeks. This is to ensure that the plants receive the correct nutrients.

 

  • Storage instructions
  • Keep bottles hermetically sealed.
  • Keep only in the original container.
  • Protect from heat, frost and direct sunlight.
  • Recommended storage temperature 10-30 ° C.
  • The packaging is made of 100% recyclable Polyethylene (PVC and cadmium free).

 

Warning

  • Causes skin irritation
  • Causes serious eye irritation

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