ILSADURADA

Benefits
  • Extends the shelf-life of vegetables in post-harvest
  • Allows preserving the consistency of fruits and vegetables
  • Allows an easier management of harvest phases

PROMOTES SHELF-LIFE

The shelf-life of fruits and vegetables after harvest is a decisive factor for the value of final production. By delayingthe occurrence of rot and loss of consistency and savour, in fact, one can ensure the product final quality, even ifthe product is destined for the most distant markets or large retailers’ shelves. This phenomenon is ruled by both processes at the cell level (loss of cell turgor and, therefore, of tissue turgor) andbiotic factors, due to the attack of pathogenic agents causing rot and rancidity.

ILSADURADA, based on an enzymatic hydrolysate of Fabaceae, allows increasing the shelf-life of fruits andvegetables, which, despite being easily perishable products, stay good for a longer time.

The very high quantity of natural triacontanol, vitamins (B6 in particular) and specific compounds with anintense antioxidising activity -such as aromatic poliketides andnaringin derivatives-,polyphenolic acids and phenylpropanoids (galic acid, chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid, etc.) allows ILSADURADA to extend the post-harvestlife of tomatoes, peppers, melons and also leaf vegetable crops, especially those meant to be sold as fresh cut.

ILSADURADA affects secondary metabolism, thanks to the accumulation of anti-oxidants and the activity of theenzymes (peroxidase and catalase) that protect from oxidative stress, caused by the presence of free radicals.

ILSADURADA
is suited for fruit and leaf vegetable crops, whose market destination implies a longer post-harvestlife.

Programme
PACKAGING
1 - 5 - 20 kg
FORMULATION
Liquid - Foliar
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Chemical and physical features
  • LIQUID BROWN COLOUR
  • pH 5,0 ± 0,5
  • DENSITY 1,13 ± 0,02 kg/dm3
  • CONDUCTIVITY E.C. 1,50 ± 0,25 dS/m
COMPOSITION
  • Total Aminoacids (%w/w) 5 %
  • Free Aminoacids (%w/w) 1,5 %
  • Vegetal Triacontanol (mg/kg) 12 
Contains in particular
  • ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSATE OF FABACEAE
Characterising substances
  • PLANT-DERIVED TRIACONTANOL, AROMATIC POLYKETIDES, NARINGIN DERIVATIVES, GALLIC ACID, CAFFEIC ACID, CHLOROGENIC ACID, VITAMIN B6

ACTIONS OF THE CHARACTERISING SUBSTANCES

PRESERVATION OF CONSISTENCY AND SAVOUR OXIDATION REDUCTION
PLANT-DERIVED TRIACONTANOL
AROMATIC POLYKETIDES
POLYPHENOLIC ACIDS AND PHENYLPROPANOIDS
VITAMIN B6  
Dosages and methods of use
    • Blackberry
      1,5 - 2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the veraison stage
    • Blackcurrant
      1,5 - 2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the veraison stage
    • Blueberry
      1,5 - 2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the veraison stage
    • Kiwi
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the end of the enlargement stage
    • Raspberry
      1,5 - 2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the veraison stage
    • Redcurrant
      1,5 - 2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the veraison stage
    • All
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from pre-veraison
    • Arugula
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 7 days, from 3 weeks before cutting
    • Chicory
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 7 days, from 3 weeks before cutting
    • Endive
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 7 days, from 3 weeks before cutting
    • Lettuce
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 7 days, from 3 weeks before cutting
    • Spinach
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 7 days, from 3 weeks before cutting
    • Potato
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from pre-veraison
    • Apple
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the end of the enlargement stage
    • Pear
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the end of the enlargement stage
    • Apricot
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from pre-veraison
    • Cherry
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from pre-veraison
    • Nectarine
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from pre-veraison
    • Peach
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from pre-veraison
    • Plum
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from pre-veraison
    • Courgette
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the end of the enlargement stage
    • Cucumber / Gherkin
      1,5 - 2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the end of the enlargement stage
    • Melon
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the end of the enlargement stage
    • Pepper
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the veraison stage
    • Ready-prepared vegetables
      1,5 - 2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 7 days, from 3 weeks before cutting
    • Strawberry
      1,5 - 2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the veraison stage
    • Tomato
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 10-12 days, from the veraison stage

The dose indicated in the table has been calculated by taking into account an irrigation volume of about 500-600 litres of water per application. The doses shown should be considered as merely indicative and may vary according to pedoclimatic conditions and average yields expected.

 
LEGEND ICONS
The Organic Farming ILSA logo certifies that the fertilizer can be used for organic farming.
The Foliar Fertilizer mark highlights the products to be applied on the leaves which are characterized by the safety of use, the low molecular weight and the presence of amino acids mainly in the levorotatory form.
Products made with a vegetal matrix obtained from hydrolysis and/or extraction originating from yeasts, sugars, algae, fabaceae, etc.