Active ingredient content, by metal mass g/l
Goals / Purpose
|Crop||Input rate||Input stage||Remarks|
|Crop: Buckwheat||Input rate: 1–2 l/ha||Input stage: 1st pair of real leaves||Remarks: Growth optimization and crop yield generation||Details|
|Crop: Maize||Input rate: 1–2 l/ha||Input stage: 6-7 leaves||Remarks: Vegetative mass growth and development and cob formation||Details|
This is a special fully water-soluble multi-component fertilizer including an NPK complex + chelated trace elements, designed for foliar application, where the NPK ratio is balanced-up and crucial:
- nitrogen stimulates protein metabolism and plant development during the growing season
- phosphorus improves formation of the root system and generative organs, flowering and fruit setting
- Potassium improves carbohydrate metabolism, filling and ripening, increases immunity, resistance to frost and drought. It is used to improve the quality characteristics of all crops and in all situations when it is necessary to stimulate carbohydrate metabolism.
Foliar dressing is a means of a timely treatment of a plant, which helps influence and change the trend of the processes determining the future crop yield and its quality at any period of the growing season, especially during a critical one. Foliar application ensures very fast absorption by the plant organism, 6-10 times faster than by the root, because the route of entry and engagement of nutrients in the metabolism is much shorter than through the root system. However, this is a dressing, and not the basic nutrition, it is a high-quality tool for a timely intervention and influencing the main processes.
Therefore, the top dressing with REVITAPLANT CEREALS + NPK enables you to provide any necessary assistance for normal growth and development, and also increases the ability of plants to absorb nutrients from the soil, has an anti-stress effect, and relieves short-term deficiencies of essential nutrients during critical periods of growth.
The effect of the multi-component foliar fertilizers is based on the rapid engagement of the main nutrient elements (NPK) in the metabolism and their impact on key metabolic processes, independently on the root system and on the availability of nutrients in the soil.