KASTONS FERRUM (KASTONS Fe)

Composition: Ferrum (Fe) = 70 г/л (5,8%)

Liquid concentrated fertilizer that contains ferrum in an accessible form. Designed for foliar dressing of all agricultural crops to overcome iron deficiency.

The purity and quality of raw materials meet the standards of the food and pharmaceutical industries. Compatible with most plant protection products and fertilizers.

Features of the KASTONS FERRUM microfertilizer:

 

  • highly concentrated solution, ferrum content is 30% more than in similar fertilizers from other manufacturers;
  • ferrum is in an accessible form that promotes rapid absorption by plants;
  • the working solution is not aggressive to agricultural machinery and retains its properties for a long time (in case of unforeseen circumstances during processing it is possible for use the next day); If the working solution was not used on the day of preparation, it must be thoroughly mixed before further use;
  • it helps to prevent and eliminate ferrum deficiency even in highly sensitive crops.

The result of applying the KASTONS FERRUM microfertilizer:

 

  • elimination of ferrum deficiency of plants;
  • improving the process of photosynthesis and plant respiration;
  • normalizes the general metabolism in plants and improves the assimilation of other nutrients;
  • increases yield and improves the quality of products.

Packaging: 10 l

VINELANDS

1.5-2 l/ha before flowering to the ripening phase of the berries (with an interval of 14-28 days).
Water consumption rate: 500-1000 l/ha.

CABBAGE (WHITE CABBAGE, BRUSSELS,
CAULIFLOWER, BROCCOLI, ETC.)

1-1.5 l/ha from the phase of 2-3 real leaves to the end of the formation of the head with an interval of 14-28 days.
Water consumption rate: 200-400 l/ha.

VEGETABLE CROPS

1-1.5 l/ha from phase of 4-6 real leaves to ripen fruit with an interval of 14-28 days. Water consumption rate: 200-400 l/ha.

FRUIT TREES

1.5-2 l/ha from the flowering phase to fruiting (with an interval of 14-28 days).
Water consumption rate: 500-1000 l/ha.

For accurate determination of the dosage of microelements, an agrochemical analysis of the soil and/or foliar diagnosis is necessary. This will ensure not only healthy seedings, but also maximum crop yields.