CLASS Fe G-FORM

N+Fe 2 (5,5)    

23% GELAMIN®

CLASS Fe G-FORM is a specific Gelamin®-based foliar fertilizer for the prevention and care of iron deficiency in fruit and horticultural crops.

 

  • the iron is complexed by specific L-Amino acids that facilitate foliar penetration and iron transfer into plant tissues.

  • Its application does not cause any environmental risks.

 

When applied previously or at the onset of early symptoms, foliar applications of CLASS Fe G-FORM cure every form of iron deficiency and stimulate production and fruit quality.

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PACKAGING
1 - 5 - 20 kg
FORMULATION
Liquid - Foliar - Brown
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COMPOSITION
  • Total Nitrogen (N) (%w/w) 2 %
    • Of which: Soluble Organic Nitrogen (N) (%w/w) 2 %
  • Complexed Iron (Fe) (%w/w) 5,5 %
  • Organic Carbon (C) (%w/w) 6 %
  • Total Aminoacids (%w/w) >12,5 %
  • Contains free Amino acids mainly in left-handed  
Dosages and methods of use
    • Bergamot
      3-4 kg/ha
      Every 10 to 12 days after flowering, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Clementine
      3-4 kg/ha
      Every 10 to 12 days after flowering, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Grapefruit
      3-4 kg/ha
      Every 10 to 12 days after flowering, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Lemon Tree
      3-4 kg/ha
      Every 10 to 12 days after flowering, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Mandarin
      3-4 kg/ha
      Every 10 to 12 days after flowering, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Orange Tree
      3-4 kg/ha
      Every 10 to 12 days after flowering, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Blackcurrant
      2 kg/ha
      Every 8 to 12 days in full vegetative growth, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Blueberry
      2 kg/ha
      Every 8 to 12 days in full vegetative growth, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Gooseberry
      2 kg/ha
      Every 8 to 12 days in full vegetative growth, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Kiwi
      2 kg/ha
      Every 8 to 12 days in full vegetative growth, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Raspberry
      2 kg/ha
      Every 8 to 12 days in full vegetative growth, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Redcurrant
      2 kg/ha
      Every 8 to 12 days in full vegetative growth, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • All
      2-3 kg/ha
      Every 8 to 12 days in full vegetative growth, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Lawns
      1 kg/1000 m2
      During the growth period
      Foliar
    • Ornamental and Floral Crops
      0,5-1 kg/1000 m2
      Every 7-10 days, during the vegetative development

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Ornamental and Forest Nurseries
      0,5-1 kg/1000 m2
      Every 7 to 12 days from first phases of post-transplant

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Professional Turf
      1 kg/1000 m2
      During the growth period
      Foliar
    • Apple
      2-3 kg/ha
      Every 12 to 14 days in full vegetative growth, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Pear
      2 kg/ha
      Every 8-10 days, in full vegetative development as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Quince
      2 kg/ha
      Every 8-10 days, in full vegetative development as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Peach
      2-3 kg/ha
      Every 10 to 15 days from pre-flowering to veraison, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

    • Strawberry
      2,5 kg/ha
      Every 10 to 12 days after flowering, as needed

      Soluble fertilizer for fertigation

Dosages are purely indicative and may vary depending on 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.