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Fructol Bio


EC FERTILISER: Mixture of micro-nutrients (boron (B), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), molybdenum (Mo), zinc (Zn))

FRUCTOL® BIO is a foliar fertiliser containing marine plant extract derived from Ascophyllum nodosum and chelated micro-nutrients (Fe, Mn and Zn). In addition, FRUCTOL® BIO contains boron and molybdenum in a unique formulation that ensures maximum availability of these micro-nutrients to the plant. FRUCTOL® BIO contains 150 g marine plant extract per litre.

FRUCTOL® BIO stimulates and regulates crop development and increases harvest yield and quality. Especially on crops with high boron demands (horticultural crops, ornamental plants, grapes, fruit-trees,…), results of using FRUCTOL® BIO can be very pronounced.

FRUCTOL® BIO is miscible with most pesticides and herbicides. Avoid mixing with oil based products and phenoxyacetates. It is advisable to conduct a miscibility test before application. Consult your extension agent or crop consultant.

Do not exceed the maximum concentration of 0,3 % (= 0,3 L FRUCTOL® BIO in 100 L water). Maximum concentration in greenhouse: 0,2 %. For foliar applications avoid high temperatures and bright sunshine.
Treat preferably during early morning or late evening.

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