Seaweed extract. Biostimulant
%w/v 25 37,5 21,8 5,25 1,75 3
Ascophylum Nodossum sp Total Organic Matter Fulvic Acids Potassium (K2O) Manitol Alginic Acid Equivalent Citocinetic Activity
Seaweed eﬀects on plants:
Health Yield Quality
Abiotic stress tolerance 1-Salinity and drought tolerance 2-Freezing tolerance
is a natural stimulant that is capable of intensifying the vegetal metabolism and the
Post-harvest 1-Improved shelf life 2-Improved storage quality 3-Enhanced nutritional value
crops, especially citrus, strawberries, Ffruit trees, olive trees, ornamentals and vine. It is recommended during the phases of greater fruit setting and fruit growth) or under unfavourable conditions (frosts, drought, hail, pests, diseases, etc.).
Growth response 1-Improved Shoot&Root growth
Biotic stress resistance 1-Resistance to fungi 2-Resistance to insect pest.
Betaines: They act as solutes to decrease the negative tolerance against freeze and also the content in chlorophyll in the leaves.
of assimilated elements to the fruit, decrease of oxidant stress). It also contains auxins, gibberellins and endogenous synthesis promoters of these growth regulators. Complex polysaccharides: natural defense of plants against plagues and illnesses.
Fertirrigation Foliar spray
Flowers and ornamentals Horticulture Nursery Industrial crops Orchards, vineyards and citrus
4 5-6 2 15 - 30 20 - 40
100 100 - 150 50 - 80 100 - 150 150 - 200
Details Before transplanting, before ﬂowering After the transplanting, before ﬂowering In case of etiolation After transplanting, before ﬂowering Before ﬂowering, at the fruit set and before ripening
Good compatibility with all phytosanitary products. With products based on trace elements, reduce the dose and make a test 1L