PLURAMIN

PLURAMIN

PLURAMIN

GROWTH PROMOTER WITH ANTISTRESS FUNCTION

PLURAMIN is a formulation of Nitrogen, Carbon and of amino acids in a rapidly assimilable form. The amino acids contained in the product, obtained via enzymatic hydrolysis, are precursor of growing promoters.

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Composition:

Total Nitrogen (N)

14.0% w/w

Organic Nitrogen (N) soluble in water

13.8% w/w

Ammonic Nitrogen (N)    

  0.2% w/w

Organic Carbon (C)           

39.4% w/w

Total amino acids

90.0% w/w

Free amino acids

20.0% w/w

PLURAMIN is a formulation of Nitrogen, Carbon and of amino acids in a rapidly assimilable form. The amino acids contained in the product, obtained via enzymatic hydrolysis, are precursor of growing promoters.

The amino acids, the peptides and the oligopeptides contained in PLURAMIN are beneficial to the plant metabolic functions and activate the bacterial flora of the soil, increase the organic matter content and improve structure and texture of the soil.

Being a carrier of nutrients (particularly micronutrients) by root uptake and by leaf absorption, PLURAMIN favors nutrients absorption and it can be profitably used for promoting vegetative growth and fruit enlargement. Indeed, PLURAMIN allows for saving energy in several metabolic processes such as those of proteins and chlorophyll increasing the efficiency of the synthesis.

PLURAMIN is recommended whenever plants are stressed for excess or deficiency of water, for problems of toxicity due to herbicides or pesticides and salinity. PLURAMIN can also aid the herbicide and pesticide absorptions.

CROP

FERTIGATION
kg / 1000 m2

APPLICATION & INTERVAL

Flowers and ornamentals

2 – 5

From transplant until 20-30 days before cut.

Vegetables on greenhouse

2 – 6

After sowing or transplant every 15 – 20 days.

Vegetables on open field & industrial crop

2 – 4

After sowing or transplant every 15 – 20 days

Orchards, citrus, olive, vine

1 – 3

Before blooming, during fruit enlargement, in case of stress

FOLIAR SPRAYS: 100 - 250 g/ 100 liters of water, alone or mixed with fertilizers or pesticides.
In greenhouse use the minimum doses.

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