The developed root system as well as resistance to hard climate and diseases are the first things agrarians need to achieve if they want to have a decent harvest within the time limits set. Solve the problem will help organic plant growth stimulator.
Plants need nitrogen-fixing and phosphate-mobilizing bacteria for normal living. The cold-resistant winter crops require sugar accumulation and the increase of photosynthetic chlorophylls in them. The use of a combination of several growth stimulators, the mineral and organic fertilizers, may be necessary as well.
Organic plant growth stimulator: winter crops
It is mandatory to perform a seed treatment before planting. In addition, Fortis combi experts suggest a combined approach. Namely, seed dresser must be used along with organic growth stimulator. The thing is that the nitrogen-containing Fortis combi, as well as its analogues, only affects the plant of a crop, whereas dresser acts as a protector. The latter creates an invisible film around the seed; chemical agents in this film fend off pests all the way to germination.
Would you agree that a poisonous composition against rodents, bacteria and other microorganisms in a single flask with eco-friendly organic fertilizer is a huge mismatch?
The researchers of Fortis combi, working at Sokolovsky Institute of Pedology and Agricultural Chemistry, have conducted studies and developed operating instructions on winter crop treatment with the nitrogen fertilizer. The organic plant growth stimulator has been tested on fields and demonstrated an effective result. Crop yield has been increased by 15-20% at minimum cost. The percentage fluctuates due to a different soil composition, on which winter crops were grown.
|Seed treatment using seed dressers before planting||1.5 g of Fortis Combi/10 L of water; 10 L of the solution per 1 ton of seeds||
– increase of germination capacity to up to 15%
– root development stimulation, the increase of cold resistance
|First spraying: in fall, when 4-5 leaves have emerged||
10 g of Fortis Combi/100 L of water/1 ha
|Second spraying: during the bushing/at the beginning of stalk-shooting||
5 g of Fortis Combi/100 L of water/1 ha
– crop yield by 10-20%
– fibrin by up to 5%
– vitreousness by up to 12%
|Third spraying: during the flowering/at the beginning of milky stage||5 g of Fortis Combi/100 L of water/1 ha|
The seedlings of winter crops develop quickly if grown in appropriate conditions. The presence of moisture, nourishing with fertilizers, and a quality seed material are the three key criteria that affect the outcome. To that list, agrarians also add a good soil composition with non-acidic environment (pH above 5 is preferable) and sensible seed planting. That’s right, it is about planting: the seed is immersed into the soil at a specific depth and then packed from above.