Mechanism of action
Biostimulant with a fast physiological action designed to improve the microbiological and physico-chemical conditions of the soil for optimum nutrient absorption and transport, and to favour root development and the formation of absorbing roots, so the crop can overcome post-transplant states of stress.
The special synergy between its components, allows the product to be used in foliar applications, from the budding stage to fruit setting, and stimulates the physiological processes that lead to better vegetative growth and fruiting.
doses and crops
Standard dose for foliar spraying: 0.15–0.2% (150–200 cc per 100 litres of water)
- Through irrigation water: 3–4 litres per hectare. Make 3 to 5 applications throughout the crop cycle, with the first application at sowing or prior to transplantation.
- Through irrigation water: 3–4 litres per hectare. Make 2 to 6 applications, starting 10–15 days after transplantation and then at 15-day intervals.
- Foliar spraying: 2–2.5 litres per hectare; several applications are necessary.
- Make one foliar application at a dose of 1.5–2 litres per hectare after each cut.
- Foliar spraying: 1.5–2 litres per hectare. Apply in combination with herbicides to reduce stress and boost vegetative growth.
Citrus and other fruit trees
- Through irrigation water: 4–6 litres per hectare. Make one application at budding in the spring, one at pre-flowering, one at fruit setting and one at budding in the summer.
Table and wine grapes
- Through irrigation water: 4–6 litres per hectare. Make one application before budding, one at pre-flowering, one at post-flowering and one at the beginning of colour break.
- Through irrigation water: 4–6 litres per hectare. Make 3–4 applications starting from the formation of the sucker.
- Foliar spraying: 300–500 cc /100 litres of water. Make one application in the spring and another at stone hardening.