ILSASTIM+

Benefits
  • Improves rooting and allows overcoming post-transplanting stress
  • Increases the yield and quality of vegetable crops
  • Allows reducing nitrate accumulation in leaves and fruits

PLANT-DERIVED FOLIAR BIOSTIMULANT

ILSASTIM+ is a plant-derived biostimulant, obtained through enzymatic hydrolysis of Fabaceae tissues. This exclusive production process, along with the specific hydrolysis degree, allows having compounds whose action specifically fits the needs of vegetable crops. Fully natural triacontanol, together with sulfur compounds and free plant-derived L-amino acids, allows having manifold effects on tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, melons, strawberries, lettuces and all vegetable species.

 

Through roots, when applied in low doses starting from 8-10 days after seeding/transplanting (at the time of usual fertigation applications), ILSASTIM+ strongly stimulates the radical and vegetative growth of young plants. 

When applied through leaves, ILSASTIM+ stimulates biomass formation and fosters the action of the enzymes regulating the use of nitrogen absorbed (Nitrate reductase, Nitrite reductase, GS and Gogat) so reducing nitrate excess in vegetal tissues, a key aspect for leaf and ready-to-eat vegetable crops. 

Its positive action on photosynthesis, along with the intake of amino acids and active molecules allows for ILSASTIM+ to also improve the final quality of productions, particularly for fruit vegetable crops (strawberry and melon), and increase resistance to climatic stresses, especially in the greenhouse.  

Programme
PACKAGING
1 - 5 KG
FORMULATION
Liquid - Fertigation, Liquid - Foliar
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Chemical and physical features
  • LIQUID BROWN COLOUR
  • pH 5,5 ± 0,5
  • DENSITY 1,14 ± 0,02 kg/dm3
  • CONDUCTIVITY E.C. 1,60 ± 0,25 dS/m
COMPOSITION
  • Total Nitrogen (N) (%w/w) 1 %
    • Of which: Organic Nitrogen (N) (%w/w) 1 %
  • Total Aminoacids (%w/w) 6 %
  • Free Aminoacids (%w/w) 1,5 %
  • Organic Carbon (C) (%w/w) 10 %
  • Sulfur Trioxide (SO3) 6000 
  • Natural Triacontanol (mg/kg)
Contains in particular
  • ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSATE OF FABACEAE
Characterising substances
  • PLANT-DERIVED TRIACONTANOL, PLANT-DERIVED AMINO ACIDS, SULPHURATED COMPOUNDS, PLANT EXTRACTS

ACTIONS OF THE CHARACTERISING SUBSTANCES

PHOTOSYNTHESIS EFFICIENCY STIMULATION OF CELL EXPANSION
PLANT-DERIVED TRIACONTANOL
PLANT-DERIVED FREE AMINO ACIDS  
SULPHURATED COMPOUNDS AND OTHER PLANT EXTRACTS
Doses and methods of use of the fertilizer
    • Lawns
      1 kg/1500 m2
      3-4 applications in the stages of vegetative and radical development
    • Ornamental and Floral Crops
      1 kg/1500 m2
      3-4 applications in the stages of vegetative and radical development
    • Ornamental and Forest Nurseries
      1 kg/1500 m2
      3-4 applications in the stages of vegetative and radical development
    • Professional Turf
      1 kg/1500 m2
      3-4 applications in the stages of vegetative and radical development
    • Artichoke
      2,5 - 3 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Arugula
      2,5 - 3 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Basil
      2,5 - 3 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Beet
      2,5 - 3 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Brussels sprouts
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Chicory
      2,5 - 3 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Chicory
      2,5 - 3 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Endive
      2,5 - 3 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Lettuce
      2,5 - 3 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Parsley
      2,5 - 3 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Savoy Cabbage
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Spinach
      2,5 - 3 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Spring Cabbage
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Turnip Tops
      2,5 - 3 kg/ha
      4-5 applications, every 7-8 days, from 1 week after transplanting
    • Bean
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting
    • Broad bean
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting
    • Carob
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting
    • Cickpea
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting
    • Lentil
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting
    • Pea
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting
    • Potato
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting
    • String bean
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting
    • Sweet Potato
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting
    • Cauliflower
      1,5-2 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting
    • Courgette
      0,3-0,4 kg/1.000 m2
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN GREENHOUSE)
       
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN OPEN FIELD)
    • Cucumber / Gherkin
      0,3-0,4 kg/1.000 m2
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN GREENHOUSE)
       
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN OPEN FIELD)
    • Eggplant
      0,3-0,4 kg/1.000 m2
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN GREENHOUSE)
       
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN OPEN FIELD)
    • Melon
      0,3-0,4  kg/1.000 m2
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN GREENHOUSE)
       
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN OPEN FIELD)
    • Pepper
      0,3-0,4 kg/1.000 m2
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN GREENHOUSE)
       
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN OPEN FIELD)
    • Strawberry
      0,3-0,4 kg/1.000 m2
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN GREENHOUSE)
       
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN OPEN FIELD)
    • Tomato
      0,3-0,4 kg/1.000 m2
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN GREENHOUSE)
       
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN OPEN FIELD)
    • Watermelon
      0,3-0,4 kg/1.000 m2
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN GREENHOUSE)
       
      2-2,5 kg/ha
      4-5 applications every 15 days, from 2 weeks after seeding/ transplanting (IN OPEN FIELD)

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 Powered by VIRIDEM® trademark certifies that the product has been developed by following the VIRIDEM® programme aimed at developing plant-based natural biostimulants.
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.
The Fertigation mark highlights specific products for fertigation which are characterized by the purity, the primarily presence of L-Amino acids, and the ease of use.
Products made with a vegetal matrix obtained from hydrolysis and/or extraction originating from yeasts, sugars, algae, fabaceae, etc.