FOSFORIL

FOSFORIL

FOSFORIL

STARTER EFFECT AND ROOTING ENHANCEMENT

FOSFORIL is a fluid fertilizer with high concentration of Phosphorus, activated by Magnesium, and Zinc, Iron and Nitrogen as synergistic nutrients.

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Composition:

Total Nitrogen (N)

  3.00% w/w equivalent to   4.20% w/v at 20 °C

Ureic Nitrogen (N)

  3.00% w/w equivalent to     4.20% w/v at 20 °C

Phosphoric anhydride (P2O5) soluble in water

26.00% w/w equivalent to 36.40% w/v at 20 °C

Magnesium oxide (MgO) soluble in water

  6.00% w/w equivalent to   8.40% w/v at 20 °C

Iron (Fe) chelated by EDTA soluble in water      

  0.02% w/w equivalent to   0.03% w/v at 20 °C

Zinc (Zn) chelated by EDTA soluble in water

  0.10% w/w equivalent to   0.14% w/v at 20 °C

FOSFORIL is a fluid fertilizer with high concentration of Phosphorus, activated by Magnesium, and Zinc, Iron and Nitrogen as synergistic nutrients.

The ideal ratio of Phosphorus and Magnesium in FOSFORIL ensures the maximum and rapid availabilities of these two nutrients during the most sensitive phenological phases and those with high requests, even at low temperatures (5-6 °C), low light conditions and in dry environments. FOSFORIL has a starter effect, promoting the germinability of seeds, the development of seedlings and the rooting. Moreover, FOSFORIL stimulates early vegetative growth, flowering of any crop and yield by increasing the photosynthetic activity.

FOSFORIL reduces the pH and thus its application is recommended in calcareous soils and with hard water. The product is not corrosive for the distribution equipment.

FOSFORIL is characterized by a high assimilability both at root and foliar level.

CROP

FERTIGATION
l /1000 m²

FOLIAR SPRAY
ml/ 100 l water

APPLICATION & INTERVAL

Nursery

1 - 2

100 - 150

To get strong roots and plantlets

Flowers

5 – 12

100 – 200

After transplant and before flowering.

Leafy vegetables

5 – 15

150 – 200

After transplant.

Tomato, pepper,

8 – 15

150 – 300

Before flowering; at fruit-set

Melon, watermelon, cucumber,

5 – 12

150 – 250

After transplant and before flowering.

Orchards

15 – 30 l / ha

150 - 300

After transplant and before flowering.

Citrus, table grapes

15 – 30 l / ha

250 – 400

After transplant and before flowering.

Industrial crops

10 – 25 l / ha

250 – 400

At sowing or after transplant at 4th true leaf

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