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High analysis NPK solution with trace elements, for flowering & fruit filling.
NPKS 5-10-27-0 + TE
BENEFITS OF MAXI FRUIT
• High levels of Potassium to optimise flowering, pod fill & fruit set.
• Supplies a range of trace elements to maximize nutrient utilisation.
• Completely soluble & plant available, delivering the required amount of nutrients with low application rates.
• Contains Phosphorus to ensure energy levels are maintained during the later stage of fruiting and fruit fill.
• The level of Nitrogen aids uptake and utilisation of nutrients.
• High concentration reduces quantity of product needed and saves on packaging and freight costs.
THE IMPORTANCE OF POTASSIUM
Highly mobile in the plant, potassium regulates the turgidity of cells and is important in stomata l regulation. Potassium also maintains cell division, formation of proteins, carbohydrates and fats and assists in disease control. THE
IMPORTANCE OF PHOSPHORUS
Phosphorus acts as a structural component of nucleic acids and phospholipids which form plant membranes. It is also important in cell division, photosynthesis, sugar and starch formation, energy transfer and movement of carbohydrates.
THE IMPORTANCE OF NITROGEN
Nitrogen is the major building block in protein and chlorophyll. It is also essential for lipid and cytoplasm formation. Highly mobile in the plant, it is translocated and utilised in the growing tips.
THE IMPORTANCE OF TRACE ELEMENTS
Regular corrective foliage sprays of trace elements are essential for quality crop production. Trace elements facilitate optimum utilisation of major nutrients in plants. Many trace elements function as essential parts of enzymes in the cell and regulate metabolic processes. Since there are intense negative interactions among trace elements, it is essential that a proper balance is maintained in a multi trace element to optimize their availability. Trace element deficiencies lead to abnormal growth patterns often associated with yield penalty, a concept widely known as the “Hidden hunger”. Stone fruits must essentially be fertigated or sprayed only at dormancy to avoid phytotoxicity