Pleniflor

Liquid nutritional product that stimulates and enhances the processes of flowering, fruit set and the beginning of maturation in fruit crops resulting in rich and quality production. Contributes to efficient nitrogen metabolism, while in legumes to the symbiotic binding of gas N. Also to good flowering, fertilization and the formation of the maturation hormone. It contains significant amounts of boron and molybdenum, but also polysaccharides, alginic acid, mannitol, natural cytokines, as well as vitamins and small amounts of other trace elements, derived from algae extract. The procedures followed during its preparation contribute to the good preservation of all the components of the algae and to its high efficiency. Its composition allows excellent assimilation by the plant, both through the foliage and through the roots.

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Brand: DaymsaCountry of origin: Spain

 

Boron (B), water soluble 9,0% w/w (11,7% w/v)
Molybdenum (Mo), water soluble 1,0% w/w (1,3% w/v)

 

Soluble extract of selected algae Ascophyllum nodosum.
It is particularly suitable for crops demanding boron and / or molybdenum, such as legumes, crucifers, squash and solanaceae and contributes significantly to good flowering, fruiting and fruit growth and to stone fruits, apple and kiwi.

It is applied with foliar sprays or with hydro-lubrication.
In fruit trees and fruit vegetables, applications should preferably be made shortly before or at the beginning of flowering, during the first fruit development and at the beginning of ripening. In leaf crops, it should be applied in the early stages of development but when the crop shows sufficient leaf area, so that it is better utilized.
Foliar application:

Vegetables and cosmetics: 150-200 ml / 100 liters of water
Citrus fruits: 100-150 ml / 100 liters of water
Fruit trees: 200-300 ml / 100 liters of water
Application by means of hydro-lubrication:
• 0.15.- 0.2 liters / acre / application.
High doses in cold seasons and lower doses in milder seasons.

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