ILSARODDER

Benefits
  • Stimulates root growth and development
  • Induces better flowering and fruit set
  • Enhances the use of nutrients and water

STIMULATES ROOTING AND

PLANT BIOMASS GROWTH

ACTS ALSO ON: ROOTING 

 

In plants all activities are regulated by typical plant hormones that combine, regulate specific andcomplex activities and are largely responsible for the plant’s growth speed. They facilitate theaccumulation of natural auxins in the basal region and, therefore, early root production.  

 


ILSARODDER
guarantees root development during the early stages of seedlings rooting and vegetative growth. Ithelps maintain roots in good health, preparing the crop to follow through on vegetative development and increaseplant biomass. It has an anti-stress function in post-repotting and in times of drought or excessive heat. 


ILSARODDER
is the solution to the need of fruit vegetable crops (tomatoes, peppers, melons, courgettes, strawberriesand other crops) and ornamental crops to best use nutritional and water resources in order to develop root systemssuitable to support plants throughout the vegetative/productive cycle. 


ILSARODDER
is a formulation based on humic substances, highly soluble phosphorus (from ammoniumpolyphosphate), specific amino acids from enzymatic hydrolysis (tyrosine and glutamic acid in particular) andprotein nitrogen, which can help overcome climatic stresses and fosters the development of root hairs and biomass.

Programme
PACKAGING
1 - 5 - 20 kg
FORMULATION
Liquid - Foliar
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Chemical and physical features
  • LIQUID BROWN COLOUR
  • pH 6,5 ± 0,5
  • DENSITY 1,16 ± 0,02 kg/dm3
  • CONDUCTIVITY E.C. 1,25 ± 0,25 dS/m2
COMPOSITION
  • Total Nitrogen (N) 5 %
    • Of which: Organic Nitrogen (N) (%w/w) 2,5 %
    • Of which: Ammoniacal Nitrogen (N) (%w/w) 2,5 %
  • Total Phosphorus Pentoxide (P2O5) (%w/w) 9 %
  • Organic Carbon (C) (%w/w) 7 %
Contains in particular
  • HUMIC EXTRACTS
Characterising substances
  • HUMIC SUBSTANCES, PHOSPHORUS, TYROSINE, GLUTAMIC ACID, PROTEIN NITROGEN

ACTIONS OF THE CHARACTERISING SUBSTANCES

ROOT DEVELOPMENT VEGETATIVE DEVELOPMENT AND ANTI-STRESS FUNCTION
HUMIC SUBSTANCES
HIGHLY ASSIMILABLE PHOSPHORUS  
AMINO ACIDS FROM ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS
Doses and methods of use of the fertilizer
    • Lawns
      1 kg/1500-2000 m2
      2-3 application during root growth
    • Ornamental and Floral Crops
      100g -100 lt  water
      When applied in the early stages
    • Ornamental and Forest Nurseries
      1 kg/1500-2000 m2
      2-3 application during root growth
    • Oil seed rape
      2-3 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, in the early stages
    • Sugar beet
      2-3 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, in the early stages
    • Artichoke
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 7-12 days, from growth
    • Arugula
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 4-7 days, in the early stages
    • Basil
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 4-7 days, in the early stages
    • Beet
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 4-7 days, in the early stages
    • Brussels sprouts
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      3 applications, every 10-12 days, from post-transplanting
    • Chicory
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 4-7 days, in the early stages
    • Chicory
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 4-7 days, in the early stages
    • Endive
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 4-7 days, in the early stages
    • Lettuce
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 4-7 days, in the early stages
    • Parsley
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 4-7 days, in the early stages
    • Savoy Cabbage
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 4-7 days, in the early stages
    • Spinach
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 4-7 days, in the early stages
    • Spring Cabbage
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      3 applications, every 10-12 days, from post-transplanting
    • Turnip Tops
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 4-7 days, in the early stages
    • Potato
      2,5 - 4 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 8-10 days, during the early stages
    • Asparagus
      2-3 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 4-7 days, from early shoot emergence
    • Cauliflower
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      3 applications, every 10-12 days, from post-transplanting
    • Courgette in greenhouse
      0,3-0,4 kg/1.000 m2
      2-3 applications, every 8-10 days, during the early stages

      GREENHOUSE

    • Eggplant in greenhouse
      0,3-0,4 kg/1.000 m2
      2-3 applications, every 8-10 days, during the early stages

      GREENHOUSE

    • Fennel
      2,5 - 3 kg/ha
      3 applications, every 10-12 days, from post-transplanting
    • Melon
      2,5 - 4 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 8-10 days, during the early stages
    • Melon in greenhouse
      0,3-0,4 kg/1.000 m2
      2-3 applications, every 8-10 days, during the early stages

      GREENHOUSE

    • Pepper
      2,5 - 4 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 8-10 days, during the early stages
    • Pepper in greenhouse
      0,3-04 kg/1.000 m2
      2-3 applications, every 8-10 days, during the early stages

      GREENHOUSE

    • Ready-prepared vegetables
      1-2 kg/1000 m2 
      2-3 applications after first true leaf unfolded
    • Tomato
      2,5 - 4 kg/ha
      2-3 applications, every 8-10 days, during the early stages
    • Tomato in greenhouse
      0,3-0,4  kg/1.000 m2
      2-3 applications, every 8-10 days, during the early stages

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 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.