Buxus NT

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Buxus NT

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Buxus NT is a fertilizer specially designed for the care, regeneration and strengthening of buxus.

It stimulates the vigorous growth and regeneration of the buxus, especially after the attack of the hairy caterpillar (Cydalima perspectalis). Healthy and vigorous shrubs are more resistant and therefore less susceptible to stress and disease attacks.

Composition: Minerals, trace elements, plant extracts.


  • supports the health and vitality of plants;
  • stimulates the plant’s own regeneration capacity;
  • supports uniform growth;
  • strengthens weakened plants;
  • it supports the growth of roots and therefore the absorption of nutrients.


  • For plant regeneration, apply to the root, by irrigation. The recommended dose is 2 ml diluted in 1 liter of water;
  • To invigorate and strengthen the leaves, spray abundantly in a dose of 20 ml diluted in 1 liter of water;
  • It is recommended to apply the solution from spring to autumn at an interval of 2-4 weeks.

It has no side effects on humans, beneficial organisms and ecosystems when used according to instructions. Bees and other beneficial insects are not affected.





Destination Use

Amateur, Professional

Bio crops




Manuals and Other Files

2 reviews for Buxus NT

  1. a


    Rated 5 out of 5

    An excellent, affordable product

  2. FO

    Florin Octavian

    Rated 5 out of 5

    I used the solution after a near-devastating attack by hairy caterpillars at the end of August 2021 (I thought I’d get away with it this year, as I did last year).
    The branches that have not been exfoliated seem to be “in good shape”. Second treatment to follow, at the recommended interval. It’s premature to assess the effectiveness of the product, but it seems to be what it should be.

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