MAKOSH ORANGE BASED ON AMINO ACIDS, 5 kg (4412)
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Micronutrient Makosh Orange is developed specifically for the quick compensation of microelements deficiency in a plant, caused by unfavorable growth and development conditions. Makosh Orange and Makosh Green are multicomponent micronutrients for quick elimination of nutritive elements deficiency in the soil. Due to its МРС (Micro Protection Complex), they have strong anti-stress effect. Besides the main nutritive elements, this fertilizer contains glycine- amino acid that together with the ions of metal chelated bindings, it means that it binds the ions of metal strongly and is the perfect medium for them.
Usage of amino acids in fertilizers improves the
plants condition as well as the quality of yields, facilitates the production
|Crops||Phases and rates of fertilizer application|
|Winter and spring rape||Leaf rosette formation 0,5-0,8 kg/ha||Stem formation 0,5-0,8 kg/ha|
|Sugar beets||4-8 leaves 0,5-0,8 kg/ha||10-12 leaves0,5-0,8 kg/ha|
|Sunflower||4-6 leaves 0,5-0,8 kg/ha||8-10 leaves 0,5-0,8 kg/ha|
|Corn||4-6 leaves 0,5-0,8 kg/ha ||8-10 leaves 0,5-0,8 kg/ha|
|Soybeans, legumes||Before blooming 0,5-0,8 kg/ha||After blooming 0,5-0,8 kg/ha|
|Potatoes||Closing of rows 0,5-0,8 kg/ha||Budding 0,5-0,8 kg/ha|
|Winter and spring cereals||Tillering 0,5-0,8 kg/ha ||Shooting 0,5-0,8 kg/ha||Flag leaf 0,5-0,8 kg/ha|
|Fruit trees and shrubs||After blooming 0,4-0,1 kg/ha||Beginning of fruit formation 0,4-0,1kg/ha||Fruit growth and ripening 0,4-0,1kg/ha|
- Multicomponent highly concentrated microfertilizer with with nitrogen and potassium, enriched with microelements and high amino acid content. Indispensable for fertilizing cereals, canola, sugar beets, legumes, fruits.
- Due to crystalline form and high water solubility convenient storage and use is provided and the high concentration of amino acids allows the use of small doses.
- Increases the resistance of plants to adverse environmental factors and stimulates the regeneration of plants that develop under the influence of various stresses (cold, drought, hail, herbicide stress, etc.)