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Organically certified Microbial digested blend of selected marine crustaceans fortified with fulvic acid
Organic microbially active fertiliser, packed with vital amino acids and growth hormones
Organically certified digested kelp with plant beneficial microbes.
Organically certified sticker/spreader
A microbial digested blend of amino acids and kelp with macro and micro nutrients
A microbial digested blend of amino acids, kelp and macro/micro nutrients.
Microbially digested kelp fortified with plant beneficial microbes
Microbially Actve Foliar Fertliser. Packed with Vital Amino acids. Balanced with trace elements and micro nutrients
Soft Rock Phosphate is a clay material, which increases the cation exchange capacity of the soil which allows the soil to hold more positively charged nutrients such as; calcium, potassium, magnesium and trace elements.
Microbially active foliar fertiliser fortified with macro and micronutrients.
Unique liquid that blends and digests phosphorous acid and calcium carbonates together
Provides plants with a quick response to Potassium deficiency.
This unique process, used to manufacture AminoElite and developed through 25 years of R&D, allows us to preserve beneficial microbes and creates nutrients in the form of absorbable amino acids. Plants will rapidly absorb these nutrients in a noticeably shorter time than with conventional fertilisers.
WHY AMINOELITE WORKS SO WELL
Unlike most other liquid protein sources, AminoElite is produced via a unique ambient (room) temperature process. This process involves bacterial digestion which preserves the protein molecules. In doing so, beneficial microbes are unharmed and continue to increase over time. Increased microbes will improve your soil biology as well as improve your plants nutrition.
IMPORTANCE OF AMINO ACIDS & TRACE ELEMENTS
Amino acids are the essential building blocks for plant growth. AminoElite has a series of L shaped amino acids. These amino acids are good chelating agents, which facilitates nutrient absorption through the foliar surface and through the root system, transporting nutrients more efficiently throughout the plant. Most soils have deficiencies of trace elements. AminoElite is a concentrated source of both macro and micronutrients. It will provide organic nitrogen to your plant and soil and beneficial microbes to your soil.
INCLUSION OF CRUSTACEANS
Deep-sea crustaceans are a good source of chitin. The presence of chitin and the enzyme chitinase, enhance the immune system of the plant.
AminoElite contains minimum 3.5% (w/v) Amino Acids with the approximate composition of:
AminoElite™ is suitable to use on a wide range of horticultural crops – for example tomatoes, grapes, almonds, walnuts, citrus, bananas, mangoes, apples, and many other vegetables and fruits.
AminoElite can be mixed and applied with most commonly used pesticides, however, AminoElite should not be used with selected herbicides.
We strongly recommend checking labels for compatibility as well as testing in a small area prior to widespread application.
AminoElite is rainfast in 15 minutes. We suggest not applying if rain is expected shortly after application.
Amino Elite® is available in the following containers and prices.
For optimal results, it is recommended to use with the Xtend™ plant oil adjuvant, registered by GrowGreen Australia. Its application ensures better wetting of the treated surface and prolongs the retention time of the solution on the leaves.
Amino Elite® should be stored at + 5°C to + 35°C. For prolonged exposure to lower temperatures, IBC containers are preheated for 24 hours prior to application to activate microbial activity. Exposure to direct sunlight is not recommended, but it is desirable to keep the product in a well-lit place so that the microbiological process is not interrupted. It is recommended to use within 14 months of the date of manufacture.
Drought is a devastating natural hazard, due to the negative effects of the climatic change, the percentage of the planet affected by drought has more than doubled in the last 40 years (FAO). Water deficit in plants is considered as one of the major abiotic stresses (Jaleel et al., 2009). Plants exposed to severe drought
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December 19, 2019