GENTILE

NPK 12.5.5 + Zn + SO3

CONTAINS AGROGEL®

GENTILE is an organic mineral fertiliser to be used on high quality  cultivations which require slow-release natural fertilisation.

  • The targeted use of nutritive elements allows for needy cultivations to be managed in a balanced way, particularly the core.
  • The presence of carbon of natural origin contributes to revitalising the ground.
  • The organic matrix pincers the nutritive elements, preventing leaching.
  • The modulated release of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium means that the product can be distributed in spring or following harvesting.

GENTILE is the appropriate fertiliser for modern hazel cultivation. It can also be used in difficult situations, on sloped terrain and in rainy periods.

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PACKAGING
25 - 500 kg
FORMULATION
Solids - Pellets - 4,5 mm
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COMPOSITION
  • Total Nitrogen (N) 12 %
  • Of which: Organic Nitrogen (N) 5 %
  • Ammoniacal Nitrogen (N) 7 %
  • Total Phosphorus Pentoxide (P2O5) 5 %
  • Of wich: Phosphoric Anhydride (P2O5) soluble in 2% of formic acid 2,5 %
  • Water soluble Potassium oxide (K2O) 5 %
  • Water soluble Sulfur trioxide (SO3) 5 %
  • Soluble Zinc (Zn) 0,01 %
  • Organic Matter 22 %
Dosages and methods of use
    • All
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • Blackcurrant
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • Fig
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • Gooseberry
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • Hazelnut
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

       
      400-600 kg/ha
      Post-harvest and/or at the beginning of Spring

      Locate at the base of the plant

    • Kiwi
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • Persimmon
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • Pistachio
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • Raspberry
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • Redcurrant
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • Sorb
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • Walnut
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • All
      300-500 kg/ha
      From early vegetative development

      At the edge of the row

    • All
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • All
      500-700 kg/ha
      After fruit setting

      At the edge of the row

    • Asparagus
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Beetroot
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Carrot
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Cauliflower
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Celery
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Courgette
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Cucumber / Gherkin
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Eggplant
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Fennel
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Garlic / Scallion
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Leek
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Melon
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Onion
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Pepper
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Processing Tomato
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Radish
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Strawberry
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Tomato
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Tomato in greenhouse
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Turnip
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

    • Watermelon
      600-800 kg/ha
      Preparation of the ground and/or after transplanting

      Scattered, bury when possible

Dosages are purely indicative and may vary depending on pedoclimatic conditions and average yields expected.

 
LEGEND ICONS
Assofertilizzanti has conferred to ILSA the Quality Mark in agreement with the ICQRF (Central Inspectorate of Protection of Quality and Fraud Repression for agricultural and food). This mark certifies the compliance of the fertilizers to the packs' labels and to the law by taking samples from marketed products.
In addition to being an environmental pollutant, the accumulation of chlorine in the soil is the cause of the reduced availability of phosphorous (P) for plants. By reducing the chlorine content, you can increase the efficiency of lime soil fertilizers, reducing its accumulation in plants. The low chlorine content brand certifies that the fertilizer has a chlorine title below the maximum limit allowed, 2%.