You are here

Kappa V

Kappa V

Kappa

EC FERTILISER: NPK fertiliser, 18-10-24 (1,2), with boron (B) and iron (Fe) for leaf sprays. Blend.

KAPPA V contains NPK, boron and chelated iron. KAPPA V mainly supports the vegetative phase of plant-growth. KAPPA V was developed in combination with KAPPA G to form a fertilization-strategy for grapevine and fruit-trees and exclusively based upon foliar applications. According to specific demands on the various development stages of the crop, KAPPA V or KAPPA G is used in different quantities.

To obtain the best result, we recommend using one of the complete fertilization-programs of BMS Micro-Nutrients N.V. These programs contain KAPPA V and/or KAPPA G, as well as FRUCTOL® and products of the CHELAL® -range.

Using KAPPA-products decreases considerably the amount of used nutrients compared to traditional fertilization-programs. Therefore, this foliar fertilization almost has no environmental impact.

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

Do not exceed the maximum concentration of 0,5 % (= 0,5 kg KAPPA V 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.

Articles from our BMS Academy

reduction carbon emissions
Ecomethod is the foliar fertilisation method that significantly reduces your fertilisation footprint. The essence of this method is simple: The chelated nutrients work efficiently, and you apply them directly through the leaf. This allows you to drastically reduce the total amount of fertiliser...
Ecological farming
How are you? Over the past few months, Covid-19 has made everyone's reality uncertain and surreal. Social life came to a standstill, companies could not continue their activities, or only with great effort, and the world went into lockdown. Hopefully this episode has left you unscathed so far...
Late cold spring weather is creating risks for all our crops. Frost can cause damages to the shoots and flowers of our perennial crops, but can also damage the young seedlings of field crops. This damage will depend first of all on our crop and on the temperature itself, but also on a lot of other...