|COMPOSITION||24% free amino acids by weight.
8% total nitrogen (N) by weight. 4.5% ammoniacal nitrogen (N) by weight. 3.5% organic nitrogen (N) by weight.
Quantitative aminogram (by weight): 8.65% glycine and 8.61% lisine.
Qualitative aminogram: Aspartic acid, glutamic acid, alanine, arginine, cysteine, phenylalanine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, serine, tyrosine, threonine and valine.
Heavy metal content lower than the authorised limits for this classification.
|USES||AMINOLUQ-24 is a balanced mix of amino acids that is characterised by being assimilable and usable by plants independently of the photosynthetic processes.
It acts as a growth and production stimulant, while favouring the recovery of crops that are stressed (hot or cold snaps, water stress, hailstones, attacks by pests or diseases, etc.). AMINOLUQ-24 can be applied both as foliar and as radicular, at the critical moments in the development of the crops, such as: post-transplant, pre-fl owering, setting and growth.
|DOSES AND HOW TO USE||Its use is recommended in the following crops: olive trees, fruit trees, grapevines, citrus trees, ornamental plants, horticultural plants, cereals and fodder crops. Foliar application: 100-200 cc/hl. We recommend carrying out 2 to 4 properly programmed treatments during the stages of greater crop growth. Treatments should be started at the start of the vegetative cycle, when the plant has some leaves to ensure its absorption. In woodland, it should be started at the beginning of a new cycle. Application on the soil: in localised irrigation, we recommend between 2-4 l/ha and application, carrying out a total of 4-5 applications throughout the crop cycle.|
|USAGE PRECAUTIONS||In foliar applications, avoid carrying out treatments in high temperatures and at times of strong sunlight, as this could cause burns at the tips of the leaves.
With fruit trees and grapevines, do not use during the change of colour or during the maturation of the fruits.
With olive trees, it can be mixed with copper compounds.
Avoid mixing with oils, sulphur, captan and copper compounds.
For more information, please consult our Agronomy Technical Department.