01 Is TRIPHYLLA® a fertilizer?

TRIPHYLLA® is a soil amendment, although releasing a little potassium it cannot be considered a fertilizer but a formidable accumulator of mineral elements, water and an activator of soil micro-organisms.

02 How does it work?

The octagonal hollow molecules trap the substances and transfer it slowly to the root when required. Through the improvement of the root zone, the energy of the plant becomes more balanced and disease resistant.

03 Is it a new product?

The use of rock dust was already known since Roman times to improve specialized vegetable crops. The innovation is in the energy activation method that makes rock dust more effective.

04 Is it allowed in organic farming?

Yes, its use is allowed in organic farming as a soil amendment, added to irrigation water or spread on the soil before sowing. Another specific use is the spraying on fruit tree foliage to prevent fungal diseases or as an ingredient in tree paste during winter.

05 Where can you find it?

In best garden shops, in shops for technical equipment for agriculture or directly delivered at your home from our production warehouse.

06 What does Triphylla contain?

A mixture of rock dust, originated millions of years ago by volcanic eruptions. But it is the specific energy enhancement that makes it so effective.

07 How Triphylla should be used to get the best results?

The application of our powder product at the primary stage creates the appropriate conditions for the following use of Triphylla liquid formula, achieving ideal results.

08 If we dilute Triphylla powder in water, do we get the same product of the Triphylla liquid formula?

NO, the obtained product does not have the same efficacy as the Triphylla liquid formula.

09 Does Triphylla interact with other fertilizers?

Triphylla is a flexible product and can be applied preferably in biodynamic, organic, integrated farming soils as well as in conventional agriculture. There are no contraindications or interferences with other types of fertilizers or substances used in agriculture.

10 Can Triphylla be spread directly on the plants (trunk, branches and leaves)?

Of course! Powdery treatments are recommended as they are useful to plants as a resistance inducer to many fungal diseases (e.g. botrytis).