TYTANIT
Growth and yield stimulant

Available packages:

  •   0.2 l
  •   0.5 l
  •   1 l
  •   5 l
  •   10 l
  •   20 l
Nutrients Content [g/l] Content in % by mass
Magnesium oxide (MgO) 62 5.0
Sulphur trioxide (SO3) 124 10.0
Titanium (Ti) 8.5 0.7
 
TYTANIT can be used as water solution alone or together with other fertilizers or agrochemicals after conducting a miscibility test.
 
FOLIAR FERTILISING:

Apply in critical growth and development stages at the time recommended for individual culture. Adjust the dose of fertilizer to the size of plants. Adjust the amount of liquid to the technique of spraying. Avoid treatments while sun exposure, high temperature and strong wind.
 
 Time of application Dose [l/ha]
WHEAT, TRITICALE
autumn (in case of poor condition of plants) : 3–6  leaves (BBCH 13–16); 0.2–0.4
spring:
I: winter wheat – tillering (BBCH 22–29)
    spring wheat – 3 leaves unfolded – tillering (BBCH 13–29);
0.2–0.4
II – beginning of stem elongation – beginning of heading (BBCH 30–51) 0.2–0.4
III – beginning of heading – early milk (BBCH 51–73) (it is not recommended to perform treatments between BBCH 61 and 65) 0.2–0.4
FEED and MALTING BARLEY
autumn (in case of poor condition of plants) : 3 leaves unfolded  – 2 tillers detectable (BBCH 13–22) 0.2–0.4
spring:
I – winter barley – beginning of stem elongation – node 2 at least 2 cm above node 1 (BBCH 30–32)
    spring barley – 3 leaves unfolded – node 2 at least 2 cm above node 1 (BBCH 13–32)
0.2–0.4
II – flag leaf fully unrolled – flag leaf sheath swollen (BBCH 39–45) 0.2–0.4
III – end of flowering – grains reached final size (BBCH 69–75) 0.2–0.4
RYE
autumn (in case of poor condition of plants): 3 leaves – 2 tillers detectable (BBCH 13–22) 0.2–0.4
spring:
I –winter rye – beginning of stem elongation – node 2 at least 2 cm above node 1 (BBCH 30–32)
    spring rye – 3 leaves unfolded – node 2 at least 2 cm above node 1 (BBCH 13–32)
0.2–0.4
II – flag leaf fully unrolled – beginning of inflorescence emergence (BBCH 39–51) 0.2–0.4
III – end of flowering – early milk (BBCH 69–73) 0.2–0.4
OAT
I – 3 leaves unfolded – 2 tillers detectable (BBCH 13–22) 0.2–0.4
II – beginning of stem elongation – flag leaf stage (BBCH 30–39) 0.2–0.4
III – end of flowering – early milk (BBCH 69–73) 0.2–0.4
OILSEED RAPE
autumn: (when the condition of plants is poor): formation of rosette: 4–8 leaves unfolded (BBCH 14–18) 0.2–0.4
spring: I –  after the beginning of vegetation: beginning of side shoot development – 6 visibly extended internodes (BBCH 21–36) 0.2–0.4
II & III – flower buds present –  beginning of flowering (BBCH 50–61), every 5–10 days 0.2–0.4
MAIZE
I – 2-6 leaves unfolded (BBCH 12–16) optimal time is 4 leaves unfolded 0.2–0.4
II – development of leaves cont.  – beginning of stem elongation (BBCH 17–31) 0.2–0.4
III – stem elongation cont.  – beginning of tassel emergence  (BBCH 31-51) when the size of plants still allows treatment 0.2–0.4
SUGAR BEET
I – 4–8 leaves unfolded (BBCH 14-18) 0.2–0.4
II – 9 and more leaves unfolded– rosette growth (BBCH 19–31) 0.2–0.4
III – crop cover (BBCH 32–35) 0.2–0.4
POTATO
I – 3–6 leaves unfolded on main shoot (BBCH 13–16) 0.2–0.4
II –  20-30% of total final tuber mass reached (BBCH 42–43) 0.2–0.4
III–  40–50% of total final tuber mass reached  (BBCH 44–45) 0.2–0.4
SOYBEAN and other legumes
I – development of leaves and shoots (BBCH 13–29) 0.2–0.4
II – development of inflorescence (BBCH 51–59) 0.2–0.4
III – beginning of pod development (BBCH 71) 0.2–0.4
APPLE TREE,  PEAR TREE
I – II green bud stage (BBCH 55-56) every 4-6 days 0.2–0.4
III – pink / white bud stage (BBCH 57–59) 0.2–0.4
IV – beginning of flowering (BBCH 60–63) 0.2–0.4
V – development of fruit – early stage (BBCH 72-75) 
0.2–0.4 
SWEET & SOUR CHERRY
I – white bud (BBCH 57–59) 0.2–0.4
II – beginning of flowering (BBCH 60–64) 0.2–0.4
III – growth of ovary (BBCH 72) 0.2–0.4
IV – colouring of fruit advanced (BBCH 85) 0.2–0.4
PLUM -  PEACH - APRICOT
I – beginning of flowering (BBCH 60–64) 0.2–0.4
II – end of flowering (BBCH 67–69) 0.2–0.4
III – growth of ovary (BBCH 72) 0.2–0.4
IV – beginning of fruit ripening (BBCH 81) 0.2–0.4
RASPBERRY
I–II – development of leaves (BBCH 07–16) 0.2–0.4
III – development of leaves and shoots (BBCH 16–39) 0.2–0.4
IV – beginning of flowering (BBCH 60–63) 0.2–0.4
CURRANTS
I – beginning of vegetation (BBCH 07–09) 0.2–0.4
I – development of leaves and shoots (BBCH 10–39) 0.2–0.4
II – beginning of flowering (BBCH 60–61) 0.2–0.4
GRAPEVINE
I – 4–6 leaves unfolded (BBCH 14–16) 0.2–0.4
II – beginning of flowering (BBCH 60–61) 0.2–0.4
STRAWBERRY
I – 3–5 leaves unfolded (BBCH 13–15) 0.2–0.4
II – first set flowers at the bottom of the rosette (BBCH 55) 0.2–0.4
III – white bud (BBCH 58–59) 0.2–0.4
IV – flowering (BBCH 60–65) 0.2–0.4
V – development of fruit - seeds clearly visible on receptacle tissue (BBCH 73)
0.2–0.4 
PEPPER
I – 3-7 true leaves  on main stem unfolded (BBCH 13–17) 0.2–0.4 
II – 1-3 inflorescence visible ( BBCH 51–53) 0.2–0.4
III –  9 or more inflorescence visible – beginning of flowering (BBCH 59–63) 0.2–0.4 
TOMATO
I – 3–7 true leaves  on main stem unfolded (BBCH 15–17) 0.2–0.4 
II – 1–3 inflorescence visible (BBCH 51–53) 0.2–0.4 
III – beginning of flowering: first flowers in 1-3 inflorescence open (BBCH 61–63) 0.2–0.4 
IV – 1st -2nd fruit cluster: first fruits has reached typical size 0.2–0.4 
CUCUMBER
I – 6–9 true leaves on main stem unfolded (BBCH 16–19) 0.2–0.4 
II – 1-2 flower initial with elongated ovary visible on main stem (BBCH 51–52) 0.2–0.4 
III – 6-7 flower initial with elongated ovary visible on main stem (BBCH 56–57) 0.2–0.4 
BROCCOLI
I – development of leaves (BBCH 15-19) 0.2–0.4
II – formation of side shoots (BBCH 21-29) 0.2–0.4
III - heads begin to form (width of growing tip > 1 cm3) - 30% of the expected head diameter reached (BBCH 41-43) 0.2–0.4
CAULIFLOWER
I – development of leaves (BBCH 15-19) 0.2–0.4 
II - heads begin to form (width of growing tip > 1 cm3) - 30% of the expected head diameter reached (BBCH 41-43) 0.2–0.4 
CABBAGE (white, red, savoy, chinese)
I – development of leaves (BBCH 15–19) 0.2–0,4 
II – heads begin to form  - 30% of the expected head size reached (BBCH 41–43) 0.2–0.4 
BRUSSELS SPROUT
I – development of leaves (BBCH 15-19) 0.2–0.4 
II – lateral buds begin to develop - first sprouts tightly closed  (BBCH 41-43) 0.2–0.4 
KOHLRABI, RADISH
I – development of leaves (BBCH 15-19) 0.2–0.4 
KALE
I – development of leaves (BBCH 15-19) 0.2–0.4
II - development of harvestable vegetative plant parts – 10-30% of the leaf mass typical for the variety reached 0.2–0.4
ROOT VEGETABLES
I –  3-5 true leaves unfolded (BBCH 13–15) 0.2–0.4 
II – development of harvestable vegetative plant parts (BBCH 41) 0.2–0.4 
BULB VEGETABLES
I – 3-5 true leaves unfolded (BBCH 13–15) 0.2–0.4 
II – roots beginning to expand (BBCH 41–43) 0.2–0.4 
III – development of harvestable vegetative parts (BBCH 45–47) 0.2–0.4 
FABACEA
I – 3-5 true leaves unfolded (BBCH 13–15); 0.2–0.4 
II – development of pods: (pea BBCH 31–39), (bean BBCH 21–29) 0.2–0.4 
VEGETABLE SEEDLINGS
1-3 leaves unfolded (BBCH 11-13) spraying /watering/ with the 0,02–0,03 %  solution i.e. 0,02 – 0,03 l (20-30ml ) per 100l of water
SEEDS FERTILIZING
TYTANIT may be used for seeds fertilizing before sowing 0,5l of Tytanit per 1 ton of seeds
 
FERTIGATION:

For fertigation it is recommended to use ready to use solution containing 0.17–0.34 mg Ti/l (circa 0.02-0.04 l of TYTANIT per 1000 l of ready to use nutrient solution.
For soil-grown plants use every 3–5 cycle of fertigation.
For soilless cultures use several times during growth.

WATERING:
Water the plants 2-3 times during growth season using solution at concentration of 0.02–0.04% (20-40 ml of fertiliser for 100 l water).




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