What is Leaf Coat?
Leaf Coat is a ready-to-use product that strengthens the plant by protecting it from unwanted insects and mold. Leaf Coat is a product made from natural latex developed to prevent evaporation.
A few hours after application, a very thin elastic layer forms around the leaves. This natural latex forms a protective layer, permeable and self-degradable on the sheet, while allowing air and light to penetrate. This thin layer is however effective enough to protect the plant against insect pests and diseases.
How to use Leaf Coat?
Leaf Coat does not need to be diluted in water, it is ready for use. For best results, we recommend applying Leaf Coat using an atomizer. Spray all the leaves and flowers of the plant three times a week. Leaf Coat can be used up to two weeks before the end of the flowering period.
Note: Leaf Coat will not be absorbed by the leaves; therefore, it will not affect the flavor of the fruit.
The protective layer formed by Leaf · Coat
When the plants are in an environment that is too wet (above 28 degrees Celsius), they can lose a lot of water from their leaves. Using Leaf Coat, a natural latex is formed around the leaf, avoiding excessive "sweating" of the plant.
On the other hand, Leaf Coat at low temperatures (especially in winter), can be used to create a thin layer around the leaf, protecting it from the cold. The natural latex formed by Leaf Coat helps maintain the temperature.