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Phoenix Natural biostimulator and vasodilator, Composition: Copper 1.8% + Manganese 0.8% + Zinc 0.5% + Aluminum lignosulfonate 42%; Soluble concentrate. Mechanism of action: Is a natural biostimulator, which, thanks to its enhanced vasodilatory ability, by strengthening the ascending and descending system of substances, accelerates the movement of nutrients in the plant. Activates physiological processes in the plant, optimizes cell development, enhances energy flow in the plant. Advantages: • Modifies alkaline soil and prevents soil compaction; • Adjusts the pH of the soil, Phoenix manipulates various metal ions in the soil; • Increases the solubility of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in the soil, promotes excessive absorption of plant nutrients; • Complex of ions contained in the drug, enhances plant protection against fungal diseases; • Aluminum lignosulfonate acid, prevents many common diseases, significantly reduces the use of pesticides; • Facilitates the process of "induction" of acquired immunity, the production of phenolic compounds and phytoalexins; • Phoenix promotes vegetative development, especially the processes of emergence and rooting; • Its use during flowering causes the plant to increase flower buds, and the plant to produce more fruit; • Phoenix helps the plant to move elements such as calcium, iron, etc .; • Prevents physiopathies caused by the translocation of elements, reduces the formation of chlorosis, plant root and stem rot and other diseases; • is a zero waste product; • has an acid reaction;

 

 Uses and Doses:

Culture

Consumption rate l / ha

Volume of working solution l / ha

Method of use, period, features

Fruits, citrus

Extra-root feeding 0.3-0.5 Root feeding 3.0-5.0

800-1000

Root feeding 2-4 times a season, before flowering and when the fruits are nuts

Vine

0.3-0.5

800-1000

Root feeding 2-3 times a season before flowering,

Cucumber, tomato, eggplant, pepper

0.3-0.5

200-400

Extra-root feeding in 2-4 seasons 1) Plants 10 cm or after transplanting 2) Before flowering 3) Fruit formation 4) Beginning of ripening

3.0-5.0

According to the irrigation system

Feeding from roots 2-4 times a season 1) Plants 10 cm tall - after transplanting 2) Before flowering 3) Fruit formation 4) Beginning of maturity

Onion, garlic

0.3-0.5

200-400

Root feeding 1-3 times a season 1) 4-5 leaf phase, next use at 15 day intervals

3.0-5.0

According to the irrigation system

Feeding from the root 1-3 times a season 1) 4-5 leaf phase, then at 15-day intervals

Beets, carrots

0.3-0.5

200-400

Root feeding 2-4 times a season 1) When spring vegetation is renewed, then at 20-day intervals

Cabbage

0.3-0.5

200-400

Root feeding 3 times a season 1) 20 days after transplanting

Potatoes

0.4-0.5

200-400

Extra-root feeding 2-3 times a season: 1) Plant height 15 cm

Ornamental plants

0.3-0.5

500-1000

Root feeding 2-4 times a season. In the spring vegetation renewal next at 15 day intervals

3.0-5.0

According to the irrigation system

Feed from the roots 2-4 times a season. At the beginning of vegetation in spring or after transplanting seedlings, at intervals of the next 15 days

 

Article Author , 2021-07-06