GROWON
Liquid foliar and soil applied fertiliser for very fast supply of phosphorus

Available packages:

  •   1 l
  •   5 l
  •   10 l
  •   20 l
Nutrients Content [g/l] Content in % by mass
Nitrogen (N) 70 5.0
Phosphorus pentoxide (P2O5) 500 35.0
Boron (B) 1.4 0.100
Zinc (Zn) 1.4 0.100
 
Time of application Dose[l/ha]
MAIZE
I – 2-6 leaves (BBCH 12-16) optimal time for treatment is 4 leaves 1–6
II – development of leaves – beginning of stem development (shoot elongation) (BBCH 17–31) 1–6
III – beginning of stem development (shoot elongation)) – beginning of tassel emergence (BBCH 31–51) when the size of the plants still allows spraying 1–6
As an emergency, in order to limit the negative effect of low temperature on the growth and development of maize, perform 1-2 treatments before the expected wave of cool air. Repeat the treatment if the period of low temperature is prolonging.
WHEAT and other cereals
autumn: 3–6 leaves unfolded (BBCH 13–16); 1–6
spring:
I: winter wheat – tillering (BBCH 22–29)
    spring wheat – development of leaves – tillering (BBCH 13–29);
1–6
II – beginning of stem elongation – beginning of heading (BBCH 30–51); 1–6
III – beginning of heading – early milk (BBCH 51–73) (it is not recommended to perform treatments between BBCH 61–65) 1–6
FEED and MALT BARLEY
autumn : 3 leaves – 2 tillers detactable (BBCH 13–22) 1–6
wiosna:
I – winter barley – beginning of stem elongation – node 2 stage (BBCH 30–32)
    spring barley – development of leaves – node 2 stage (BBCH 13–32)
1–6
II – flag leaf fully unrolled – flag leaf sheath swollen (BBCH 39–45) 1–6
III – end of flowering – early milk (BBCH 69–75) 1–6
RYE
autumn (in case of poor condition of plants): 3 leaves – 2 tillers detactable (BBCH 13–22) 1–6
spring:
I –winter rye – beginning of stem elongation – node 2 stage (BBCH 30–32)
    spring rye – development of leaves – node 2 stage (BBCH 13–32)
1–6
II – flag leaf fully unrolled – beginning of inflorescence emergence (BBCH 39–51) 1–6
III – end of flowering – early milk (BBCH 69–75) 1–6
OAT
I – development of leaves – 2 tillers detactable (BBCH 13–22) 1–6
II – stem elongation (BBCH 30–39) 1–6
III – end of flowering – early milk (BBCH 69–73) 1–6
OILSEED RAPE
autumn: rosette forming: 4–8 leaves (BBCH 14–18); 1–6
spring: I – after the beginning of vegetation: beginning of side shoots development – 6 internods visible (BBCH 21–36); 1–6
II – flower buds present – beginning of flowering (BBCH 50–61); 1–6
III – end of flowering – development of pods (BBCH 69–73) 1–6
SUGAR BEET
I – 4–8 leaves (BBCH 14–18); 1–6
II – nine and more leaves – development of rosette (BBCH 19–31); 1–6
III – crop covering (BBCH 32–35) 1–6
POTATO
I – 3–6 leaves unfolded on main stem (BBCH 13–16); 4–8
II – development of side shoots – crop cover complete (BBCH 21–39); 4–8
III – beginning of tuber formation – 10% of total final tuber mass reached (BBCH 40–41) 4–8
For varieties which form few tubers it is most effective to perform two treatments of 4 l/ha with an interval of 5-7 days: I – directly before the beginning of forming tubers (BBCH 39); II – at the beginning of forming tubers (BBCH 40-41). It is acceptable to perform one treatment with a dose of 8 l/ha at the beginning of forming tubers (BBCH 40-41).
APPLE
I – pink bud (BBCH 57–59); 3–6
II – flowers fading: majority of petals fallen (BBCH 67); 3–6
III – beginning of fruit development (BBCH 71); 3–6
IV – beginning of ripening: first appearance of cultivar-specific colour (BBCH 81) about 4 weeks before harvest  3–6
PEAR
I – white bud (BBCH 57–59); 3–6
II – flowers fading: majority of petals fallen (BBCH 67); 3–6
III – beginning of fruit development (BBCH 71) 3–6
CHERRY
I – white bud (BBCH 57–59); 3–6
II – flowers fading: majority of petals fallen – end of flowering (BBCH 67–69); 3–6
III–IV – development of fruit (BBCH 71–79) 3–6
PLUM PEACH APRICOT
I – white bud (BBCH 57–59); 3–6
II – flowers fading: majority of petals fallen – end of flowering (BBCH 67–69); 3–6
III–IV – development of fruit (BBCH 71–79) 3–6
For late varieties perform an additional treatment 3-4 weeks before harvest.
STRAWBERRY
I – 3–7 leaves unfolded (BBCH 13–17); 3–6
II – white bud (BBCH 58–59); 3–6
III – beginning of flowering (BBCH 61); 3–6
IV – flowers fading: majority of petals fallen (BBCH 67); 3–6
V – beginning of ripening: most fruits white in colour (BBCH 81); 3–6
VI–VIII – during harvest, after subsequent harvests (BBCH 85–89) 3–6
PAPRIKA
I – 3–7 true leaves on main stem unfolded (BBCH 13–17); 3–6
II – 1–3 flower buds visible ( BBCH 51–53); 3–6
III –9 and more flower buds visible – beginning of flowering (BBCH 59–61); 3–6
IV and V – development of fruit (BBCH 71–76) 3–6
TOMATO
I – 3–7 true leaves on main stem unfolded (BBCH 13–17); 3–6
II – 1–3 inflorescence visible ( BBCH 51–53); 3–6
III – beginning of flowering: first flowers in 1-3 inflorescence open (BBCH 61–63); 3–6
IV – development of fruit (BBCH 71–79) 3–6
CUCUMBER
I – 3–5 true leaves on main stem unfolded (BBCH 13–15) 3–6
II – 6–9 true leaves unfolded on main stem (BBCH 16–19); 3–6
III– 1-2 flower initials with elongated ovary visible on main stem (BBCH 51–52); 3–6
IV – 6-7 flower initials with elongated ovary visible on main stem (BBCH 56–57); 3–6
V – after first harvest (BBCH 71) 3–6
CABBAGE VEGETABLES
I – 3–5 true leaves (BBCH 13–15); 3–6
II – 6–8 true leaves (BBCH 16–18); 3–6
III – beginning of development of harvestable vegetative plant parts (BBCH 41) 3–6
ROOT VEGETABLES
I – 3–5 true leaves (BBCH 13–15); 3–6
II – beginning of development of harvestable vegetative plant parts (BBCH 41); 3–6
III – 20–40% of the expected root diameter reached (BBCH 42–44) 3–6
BULB VEGETABLES
I – 3–5 leaves (BBCH 13–15); 3–6
II – development of leaves (BBCH 16–19); 3–6
III – beginning of development of harvestable vegetative plant parts (BBCH 41–43) 3–6
LEGUMES
I – forming flower buds (BBCH 51–55); 3–6
II – development of pods (BBCH 71–73) 3–6
SEEDLING
I – 2–3 true leaves Recommended concentration of solution for watering 0.2–0.3 % (0.2–0.3 l of fertiliser in 100 l of solution)
II – 3–4 days before replanting to permanent position Recommended concentration of solution for watering 0.2–0.3 % (0.2–0.3 l of fertiliser in 100 l of solution)
NURSERIES
1-3 treatments every 10-14 days starting when the seedlings have rooted or in the periods of regenerating the root system after winter and the plants’ preparation for winter, as well as before low temperatures occur Recommended concentration of solution for watering 0.2-0.5 % (0.2-0.5 l of fertiliser in 100 l of solution)
LAWNS
2–4 treatments every10–14 days after the beginning of vegetation 3–4




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