HB-101: Best Japanese Organic Plant Vitalizer

If you are a house plant lover, there is an organic plant vitalizer that I want you to know, which is the product named “HB-101”.

HB-101 is a natural liquid fertilizer free from chemicals, so it is safe for plants as well as animals. But it is so effective that it will surprise you and meet your expectations.

In fact, loved by both professionals and amateurs, it now has become one of the best and most famous plant vitalizer in Japan.

HB-101

HB-101 is a highly concentrated, 100 percent organic extract blend from Japanese cedar, pine, cypress trees, and plantain grass.

It enhances the growth of all kinds of plants, including bulb plants, root crops, flowers, legumes, fruit plants, trees, vegetables, potted plants, Bonsai, and lawns.

How to Use

Image: Amazon.com

As for the usage of HB-101, you need to dilute it with water before using it. 

Many users water down the liquid by a factor of 1000. (If you water plants with a 1L bottle, put a few drops.)

They give plants the watered-down liquid only once a week or twice because overusing causes the opposite effect.

Benefits

Plants with HB-101Image: shinchiku-kateisaien.com

Watch the video above, where you can see the benefits of HB-101. According to the video, the major benefits of HB-101 are to

  1. Strengthen the cells within plants
  2. Boost the effectiveness of photosynthesis
  3. Maximize nutrient flow between leaves and roots

Source: youtube.com: HB-101 Natural Plant Vitalizer, Organic Plant Growth Enhancer

Conclusion

If you use HB-101 for some time, you couldn’t do without the liquid.

By using it, you can not only harvest delicious vegetables and fruits, but you can also make the colors of flowers and leaves more brilliant.


Tomo

Hi, I'm Tomo, a Japanese blogger living in Niigata Prefecture, Japan. For the purpose of enriching your life, I would like to introduce things about Japan on this blog, especially unique Japanese products, cooking recipes, cultures, and facts and trivia.

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