Biostimulant developed to enhance the budding process and thus generate a large leaf volume in a fast and intense manner, which will allow the production of the energy necessary for the optimum development of the plant and its production.

Biostimulant of the energy processes of the Krebs cycle responsible for the degradation of the accumulated reserve substances, leading to the formation of molecules rich in energy, such as ATP (adenosine triphosphate) and GTP (guanosine triphosphate), which are necessary to accelerate the initial development of buds and give trees greater leaf density in a shorter amount of time, so they can photosynthesise a larger amount of photoassimilates.

It acts on the production of substances that initiate and are essential in the Krebs cycle, such as acetyl coenzyme A and pyruvate. On the one hand, once absorbed by the leaves, L-cysteine, which is supplied in a form that is assimilable by cells, degrades by losing its amino group and originates pyruvate. On the other hand, vitamin B1 is an essential component of acetyl coenzyme A and is responsible for catalysing the oxidation of pyruvate in the respiratory cycle.



  • Accelerates the vegetative growth of buds.
  • Enhances leaf development, thus increasing leaf density and surface.
  • Leads to a higher photosynthetic rate.
  • Increases the amount of photoassimilates available to the fruit.
  • Increases fruit size, and thus the harvested kilograms at first harvest.
  • Improves plant yield.

Dose and time of application

Stone and pip-fruit trees

Foliar application: 0.15-0.2 % (150-200 grams per 100 litres of water), ensuring proper wetting of the plant.

First application when the buds are 2-3 cm long.

Second application 7 days later.

Table grapes

Foliar application: 0.2 % (200 grams per 100 litres of water)

First application when the buds are 3-4 cm long.

Second application 7 days later.

treline efficacy test

The test aimed to assess the efficacy of treline as a biostimulant to enhance bud growth and its impact on harvest date and increase in production, as well as on the increase in size at first harvest in extra early nectarines, variety N2-20 (Flanoba) of 4 years of age.

T0 control group.
T1 treline: first application at 0.15 % concentration with buds between 2 and 3 cm; second application at 0.15 % concentration seven days later.

Increase in production

Two applications of treline achieved a 14 % to 23 % increase in production at the first harvest pass.

calibers distribution

5 % increase in the number of caliber A fruit and 17 % increase in the number of caliber B fruit.