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MAXIMUS extra P, 15 kg (8854)

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1890 грн
Brand
Packaging
15 kg
Form
Formula
12%
Nitrogen (N);
50%

Phosphorus oxide (P2O5);

6%
Potassium oxide (K2O);
0,7%
Magnesium oxide (MgO);
1,4%
Sulfur oxide (SO3).
0,06%
Copper (Cu);
0,11%
Iron (Fe);
0,01%
Manganese (Mn);
0,001%
Molybdenum (Mo);
0,04%
Zinc (Zn);
Application

Maximus Extra P is a crystalline, water-soluble fertilizer, which is developed for foliar application. Solution if this fertilizer on water may be applied separately, as well as in the mixture together with magnesium sulfate, urea or other micronutrients such as Ecolist Mono Boron, Ecolist Mono Zink, Ecolist Mono Manganese, Ecolist Mono Copper, Maximus Extra PK. Other fertilizers, tested for compatibility, may be added to the solution. Experts of the Makosh Company advise to apply the solution if the fertilizer foliarly, right after its preparation.


Dosage

Crops                                                                         Phase and norms of application

Winter and spring cereals 
Tillering 2-3 kg/ha    
Shooting 2-3 kg/ha

Winter and spring rapeseed 
Stem formation 2-3 kg/ha    
Budding 2-3 kg/ha

Sugar beet     
4-8 leaves 2-3 kg/ha 
10-12 leaves 2-3 kg/ha 

Closing of rows 1-2 kg/ha

Sunflower 
4-6 leaves 2-3 kg/ha 
8-10 leaves 2-3 kg/ha

Corn 
4-6 leaves 2-3 kg/ha 
8-10 leaves 2-3 kg/ha

Potatoes 
Closing of rows 2-3 kg/ha 
Budding 2-3 kg/ha

Soybeans, beans Before blooming 2-3 kg/ha
After blooming 2-3 kg/ha

Fruit trees and bushes
End of blooming 4-5 kg/ha 
Beginning of fruit formation 4-5 kg/ha



Properties

- Multicomponent crystalline water-soluble fertilizer with a high content of phosphorus, as well as a complex of trace elements. The crystalline form and high solubility in water make it convenient to store and use.

- Increases the resistance of plants to low temperatures, stimulates the development and formation of the root system of the plant.

- It is recommended to apply to all crops at low temperatures, especially in the early stages of development, as well as on acidic and alkaline soils.