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Nutrient Charger

Universal Dip (Unidip) is a Broad-spectrum formulation that improves vegetative reproduction and seedling establishment…

Canedip is a specialised nutrient charger for sugarcane billet and stem cuttings…

Hydrix is especially for plants grown hydroponically. It is a Broad-spectrum formulation that improves vegetative…

What are Nutrient Chargers

Nutrient Chargers are a Broad-spectrum liquid nutrient specifically designed for plant parts, roots and seedlings.

Nutrient Chargers such as Universal Dip (Unidip), Canedip and Hydrix give improved reproduction and seedling establishment functions to plants when applied during the seedling or tree establishment period via the root system – whether it be by billet dipping, stem and root dipping, root soaking or by fertigation application to the seedling or young tree root systems.

Nutrient Chargers boost the level of essential nutrients (such as nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium) and provide a further ten additional trace elements. This ensures that the newly grown tissue has adequate and balanced levels of all essential elements and that the plant is more vigorous and resistant to disease agents.

Features and Benefits


using a nutrient charger is intended to provide the plant with early growth development and future yield potential.

Providing the nutrient to the plant at this time and in this format gives more early vigor and root development which can carry forward during the growth crop cycle to greater yields, qualities, and value.


A balanced Broad-spectrum formulation that acts as a nutrient charger to improve vegetative reproduction and seedling establishment. It charges tissue with ionic form of essential nutrients.


The most effective and cost efficient method of building organic matter in the cropping soils is through the enrichment of the crop waste materials and root mass. This ensures that the root mass and necrotic plant matter has greater size and volume, that the root mass is greater thereby returning more matter to the soil. Most importantly, and often forgotten, is the nutrient status of the plant – that at harvest – returns all nutrient to the root mass from the plant – making a higher nutrient value plant, returning higher nutrient value to the soil. Nutrient Charger contributes to these things; larger volume plants, larger root structure and mass and higher nutrient values.


The stored essential macro and micro nutrients stimulate and maintain healthy new plant growth during the sensitive period of plant establishment when there is a high demand for essential nutrients. Roots, stem cuttings and other vegetative tissues have large ‘Free Space’ in the form of inter-cellular space, xylem cavity and air space (as with spongy tissues) that have a good capacity to store nutrients; therefore treatment with Nutrient Charger impacts on the loading of living cells as well as Free


Using a Nutrient Charger can ensure that the nutritional requirements of the plant are better satisfied across a complete spectrum of up to 13 nutrient elements – this is seen to result in the improved crop quality as seen in size, grain weight and colourisation. Manifestly it also ensures that the nutrient value (content) of the yield is more likely higher, in line with the higher nutrient values of the plant – and this may even improve taste. Higher quality produce results in the potential for higher sales value.


Nutrient Charger’s complete nutritional feeding improves growth and establishment of healthy plants. It offers a perfect replacement for any alternate fertiliser feeding during the delicate period of seedling or tree establishment.


Air spaces are replaced with essential nutrients which increases the power to generate better root and shoot development.
Transformation from bud to the new growth takes place much faster when the nutrient demands of growing tissue are satisfied.
Stronger and healthier new growth forms because nutrient balance is achieved before roots become functional.
Reduced dependence on soil nutrients during early stages of establishment and growth.
Increases success rate by rapid growth and therefore reducing disease pressure.

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