Ormus for plants

Ormus is a fantastic way to increase yield and over-all health of your plants.

The rule of thumb is 20ml of Ormus to 1 litre of water, which is a 2% concentration, for 1m squared of area. Although Ormus contains a wide range of macro and micro minerals, Ormus should not be used as a total replacement for normal plant food due to the various unique nutrient needs that plant species require to thrive!

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At a 2% concentration, a rectangular herb garden that is 20cm wide and 50cm long would need an even spread of your 2% Ormus concentration. 

TIP: Make sure you water the ground thoroughly AFTER applying your Ormus concentration so the plant can reach the nutrients without them only reaching the surface.

How to use different concentrations:

  • Make a 1% concentration (10ml per litre of water) for new plants and seedlings.
  • Make a 2% concentration (20ml per litre of water) for general feed.
  • Make a 5% concentration (50ml per litre of water) for a mature crop/ plant that has never been dosed with Ormus before to give it a boost

How often should you give plants a dose?

Some have received better results by giving a very low dose of Ormus concentration consistently over a month. 

At 1% concentration, use a litre per square metre over 1 full month or all at once, once per month. 

At 2% - 5% concentration, use a litre per square meter over a 3 month period or just once, 4 times a year. 

Where can I find Ormus for my plants?

Don't settle for second best, give your beloved plants the best Ormus they can get with Profound Pure Ormus.

1 teaspoon of Pure Ormus in 250ml water will make enough for one plant for at least a month.

Profound Pure Ormus contains not only minerals from the Dead Sea, but Hawaiian Red Volcanic, Himalayan, and Celtic for the wider, more complete range of mineral elements for maximum benefit spanning all areas of the mind, body, and spirit of you and your plants. See you here!


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