Application- Apply using a spray method in an adequate amount of water that will provide complete coverage of the plants. Dosage and frequency listed are general guidelines. For specific recommendations, contact one of our authorized representatives.
In average conditions:
Vegetables 8 to 16 fl.oz. per acre Approx. every 15 days
Orchards 12 to 24 fl.oz. per acre 2-3 applications before flowering period
Soft fruits 12 to 24 fl.oz. per acre Approx. every 15 days starting in pre-flowering period
Vineyards 12 to 24 fl.oz. per acre 2-3 applications before flowering period
Industries- Greenhouse, Nursery, Landscape, Specialty Crops, Horticultural, Hydroponic (soil-less), medicinal plants, arboriculture, viticulture, soft fruits, canola, and sunflower.
Is used with calcium in cell wall synthesis and is essential for cell division (creating new plant cells). B requirements are much higher for reproductive growth, so it helps with pollination, and fruit and seed development. Other functions include translocation of sugars and carbohydrates, nitrogen metabolism, regulation of hormone levels and transportation of potassium, which helps regulate internal water balance. Since B helps transport sugars, its deficiency can reduce the attraction and colonization of mycorrhizal fungi.
Vegetal protein hydrolysates
HELLO NATURE ’s Vegetal Protein Hydrolysate products are made exclusively from the highest quality, non-GMO vegetal sources and are guaranteed to contain no animal by-products. They are produced using a proprietary Enzymatic Hydrolysis process. They naturally contain organic nitrogen, organic carbon and Plant Stimulating Peptides.
Plant Stimulating Peptides (PSP)
The result of our exclusive Enzymatic Hydrolysis process. This pool of selected peptides has a prominent, assured, and natural biostimulant effect to enhance root development, seed germination and emergence, improve nutrient uptake, mitigate the effects of abiotic stress, and increase fertilizer efficiency. PSP also help to prevent diseases by increasing health levels in plants.