AMINO ULTRA®Zn-24

AMINO ULTRA<sup>®</sup>Zn-24
Zinc complexed by fully biodegradable amino acid (240 g Zn in 1 kg) in water-soluble ultra-granulated form
Intended use
agricultural crops, cotton, flax, fruit trees, olive trees, fruit bushes, berries, grapevine, citrus, coffee, vegetables, ornamentals, lawns, plant nurseries
Technique of application
foliar sprays
Available packaging
  •     1kg; 5kg
Directions for use
Foliar sprays

AMINO ULTRA Zn-24 contains 240 g Zn per kg (24% Zn). Zinc from AMINO ULTRA Zn-24 is quickly absorbed by plants thanks to the the glycine – amino acid naturally used by plants in the process of micronutrient transport.

AMINO ULTRA Zn-24 is a foliar fertilizer especially recommended for crops with high zinc demands as well as in soil conditions limiting zinc availability for plants.

TThe characteristic features of AMINO ULTRA series include:

  • Ultra-fast nutrition effect
  • High concentration of nutrients – low doses
  • Fully biodegradable ligand.

 

Nutrients g/kg % by mass
Zinc (Zn) chelated by amino acid 240 24.0
Nirogen (N) 40 4
amino acid 250 25

 

 

AMINO ULTRA Zn-24 is recommended for use in crops with high requirements for zinc. It is particularly recommended for weak plants that require regeneration.

 

AMINO ULTRA Zn-24 is necessary in the case of adverse soil conditions which restrict the availability of zinc for plants (high pH, high phosphorus content or lack of oxygen in the root zone), and adverse weather conditions - when plants need spray treatments and the use of a rapidly assimilated formulation.

FOLIAR SPRAYS

AMINO ULTRA Zn-24 is intended for foliar application in the form of an aqueous solution. AMINO ULTRA Zn-24 can be used together with other agrochemicals after conducting a miscibility test.
Test results are presented in the table INTERMAG agrochemicals mixing table.

Detailed recommendations for foliar application are presented in the table below. You can also use the search engine and quickly find the dose rate and time of foliar application for your crop. Select your crop

 

Recommendations for foliar application for selected crops.
The recommendations may be modified taking into account the plants' requirements and growing conditions.
 

WHEAT winter wheat
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◇/◆ Autumn: 3–6 leaves unfolded 

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5 and when soil phosphorus content is high, as well as when sowing was late and in case of delayed plant emergence.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇/◆ Spring: tillering 

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high, as well as with high nitrogen fertilization and in case of low air and soil temperature.

Warning! – please note that high zinc fertilization may reduce resistance of grain crops to powdery mildew.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇/◆ stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high as well as with high nitrogen fertilization and in case of low air and soil temperature.

Warning! – please note that high zinc fertilization may reduce resistance of grain crops to powdery mildew.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇/◆ heading – until early milk (except of flowering period, when foliar treatments are not recommended)

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high, as well as with high nitrogen fertilization.  

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
WHEAT spring wheat
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◇/◆ leaf development – tillering

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5 and when soil phosphorus content is high, as well as when sowing was late and in case of delayed plant emergence.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇/◆ stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high as well as with high nitrogen fertilization and in case of low air and soil temperature.

Warning! – please note that high zinc fertilization may reduce resistance of grain crops to powdery mildew.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇/◆ heading – until early milk (except of flowering period, when foliar treatments are not recommended)

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high, as well as with high nitrogen fertilization.  

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
TRITICALE – winter triticale
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◇/◆ Autumn: 3–6 leaves unfolded 

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5 and when soil phosphorus content is high, as well as when sowing was late and in case of delayed plant emergence.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇/◆ Spring: tillering 

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high, as well as with high nitrogen fertilization and in case of low air and soil temperature.

Warning! – please note that high zinc fertilization may reduce resistance of grain crops to powdery mildew.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇/◆ stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high as well as with high nitrogen fertilization and in case of low air and soil temperature.

Warning! – please note that high zinc fertilization may reduce resistance of grain crops to powdery mildew.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇ heading – until early milk (except of flowering period, when foliar treatments are not recommended)

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
TRITICALE – spring triticale
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇/◆ leaf development – tillering

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5 and when soil phosphorus content is high, as well as when sowing was late and in case of delayed plant emergence.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇/◆ stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high as well as with high nitrogen fertilization and in case of low air and soil temperature.

Warning! – please note that high zinc fertilization may reduce resistance of grain crops to powdery mildew.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇ heading – until early milk (except of flowering period, when foliar treatments are not recommended) 

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
BARLEY winter feed barley
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◆/◇ Autumn: leaf development – until beginning of tillering

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5 and when soil phosphorus content is high, as well as when sowing was late and in case of delayed plant emergence.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◆/◇ Spring: beginning of stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high, as well as with high nitrogen fertilization and in case of low air and soil temperature.

Warning! – please note that high zinc fertilization may reduce resistance of grain crops to powdery mildew.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆/◇ flag leaf stage – until first awns visible

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high, as well as with high nitrogen fertilization and in case of low air and soil temperature.

Warning! – please note that high zinc fertilization may reduce resistance of grain crops to powdery mildew.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
BARLEY spring feed barley
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆/◇ leaf development – until beginning of stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5 and when soil phosphorus content is high, as well as when sowing was late and in case of delayed plant emergence.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆/◇ flag leaf stage – until first awns visible

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high, as well as with high nitrogen fertilization and in case of low air and soil temperature.

Warning! – please note that high zinc fertilization may reduce resistance of grain crops to powdery mildew.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
BARLEY - winter malt barley
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
 
◇/◆ Autumn: leaf development – until beginning of tillering

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5 and when soil phosphorus content is high, as well as when sowing was late and in case of delayed plant emergence.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◇/◆ Spring: beginning of stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high and in case of low air and soil temperature.

Warning! – please note that high zinc fertilization may reduce resistance of grain crops to powdery mildew.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◇/◆ flag leaf stage – until first awns visible

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high and in case of low air and soil temperature.

Warning! – please note that high zinc fertilization may reduce resistance of grain crops to powdery mildew.
0.15–0.55 kg/ha
BARLEY spring malt barley
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
 
◇/◆ leaf development – until beginning of stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5 and when soil phosphorus content is high, as well as when sowing was late and in case of delayed plant emergence.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◇/◆ flag leaf stage – until first awns visible

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of soils with a pH above 6.5, when phosphorus content in soil is high and in case of low air and soil temperature.

Warning! – please note that high zinc fertilization may reduce resistance of grain crops to powdery mildew.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

RYE – winter rye
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◇ Autumn: leaf development – until beginning of tillering

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇ Spring: beginning of steam elongation 

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◇ flag leaf stage – until beginning of heading  0.15–0.55 kg/ha

RYE – spring rye
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◇ leaf development – until beginning of steam elongation

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◇ flag leaf stage – until beginning of heading  0.15–0.55 kg/ha
OAT
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◇ leaf development – tillering

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◇ stem elongation – until flag leaf stage 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
OILSEED RAPE - winter oilseed rape
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

Autumn:
◇/◆ 4–8 leaves unfolded

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of crops  grown on soils with a pH above 7 and / or high phosphorus content in soil.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

Spring:
◇/◆ beginning of main stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of crops  grown on soils with a pH above 7 and / or high phosphorus content in soil, high nitrogen fertilization, as well as during the cold weather or spring frost.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇/◆ bud formation – until beginning of flowering

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of crops  grown on soils with a pH above 7 and / or high phosphorus content in soil, high nitrogen fertilization, as well as during the cold weather or spring frost.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
OILSEED RAPE - spring oilseed rape
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◇/◆ leaf development – until beginning of main stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of crops  grown on soils with a pH above 7 and / or high phosphorus content in soil, high nitrogen fertilization, as well as during the cold weather or spring frost.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◇/◆ bud formation – until beginning of flowering

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of crops  grown on soils with a pH above 7 and / or high phosphorus content in soil, high nitrogen fertilization, as well as during the cold weather or spring frost.

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
SUNFLOWER
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ 4–6 leaves unfolded (BBCH 14–16) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ beginning of stem elongation (BBCH 30–33) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◇ beginning of inflorescence development (BBCH 51–53) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
FLAX
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ leaf development on the main stem (BBCH 13–19) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ stem growth (BBCH 30–39) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ beginning of inflorescence development (BBCH 51–53) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
HOP
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ 1–3 pairs of side shoots visible (BBCH 21–23) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ 4–9 and more pairs of side shoots visible (BBCH 24–29) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ inflorescence buds visible (BBCH 51–55) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
MAIZE
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ 2–6 leaves unfolded (BBCH 12–16), 4 leaves is the optimum stage for treatment 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ 7–8 leaves unfolded (BBCH 17–18) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ stem elongation – until beginning of tassel formation (BBCH 31–51), until the height of the plants allows spray treatment 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
SUGAR BEET
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ 4–6 leaves unfolded (BBCH 14–16) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ 8 leaves unfolded – until beginning of crop cover (BBCH 18–31) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◇ leaves cover 20–50% of the ground (BBCH 32–35) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
POTATO
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ 3–6 leaves unfolded on the main shoot (BBCH 13–16) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ beginning of tuber development (BBCH 40–41) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ tubers reach 20–30% of typical weight (BBCH 42–43) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◇ tubers reach 40% of typical weight (BBCH 44) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
SOYBEAN
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ first trifoliate leaf development 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ beginning of flower bud development 0.15–0.55 kg/ha

◇ beginning of pod and seed development 

0.15–0.55 kg/ha
LEGUMES
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ development of leaves and shoots (BBCH 13–29) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◆ inflorescence emergence (BBCH 51–59)  0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ beginning of pod development (BBCH 71) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
SORGHUM
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ 4–6 leaves (BBCH 14–16)  0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ stem elongation until beginning of tassel formation (BBCH 32–51) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◇ tip of tassel visible until flowering, beginning of pollination, visible stigmas (BBCH 53–63) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
SUGAR CANE
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ 3–9 leaves (BBCH 13–19)  0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ tillering (BBCH 21–29) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ stem elongation (BBCH 31–39) 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
RICE
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ leaf development – tillering 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◆ beginning of stem formation 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
◇ beginning of panicle emergence 0.15–0.55 kg/ha
COTTON
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ beginning of leaf development 0.2–0.6 kg/ha
◆ beginning of side shoots formation 0.2–0.6 kg/ha
◆ beginning of flower bud development 0.2–0.6 kg/ha
◇ beginning of bolls development 0.2–0.6 kg/ha
APPLE  orchards without fertigation – young, non-fruiting orchard
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ Spring: after plant adoption in the field – leaf bud break 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ Spring: leaf development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇/◆ Spring/summer: growth of main stem and side shoots

The treatment should be considered as optimal when grown in soils with a pH above 7 (water soil extraction).

0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ Autumn: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
APPLE  orchards without fertigation – fruiting orchard
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ bud break  0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ “mouse ear” stage 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ pink bud stage  0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ end of flowering: majority of petals fallen 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ after harvest 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
APPLE  fertigated orchards – fruiting orchard
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ bud break 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ “mouse ear” stage 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ end of flowering: majority of petals fallen 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ after harvest 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
APPLE  – nuresery plantations – budded nursery tree plantation
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 1st year – summer (about 3–4 weeks after budding): end of shoot and leaf growth 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ 1st year – autumn: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ 2nd year – spring (after cutting the rootstock above the budding place): beginning of shoot and leaf development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇/◆ 2nd year – spring/summer: growth of main stem and side shoots

The treatment should be considered as optimal when grown in soils with a pH above 7 (water soil extraction).

0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ 2nd year – autumn: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
APPLE  – nuresery plantations – grafted nursery tree plantation 
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 1st year – summer: growth of main stem and leaf development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ 1st year – autumn: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ 2nd year – spring (10–14 days after cutting the main stem at a height of approx. 60–65 cm.): beginning of shoot and leaf development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇/◆ 2nd year – spring/summer: growth of main stem and side shoot

The treatment should be considered as optimal when grown in soils with a pH above 7 (water soil extraction).

0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ 2nd year – autumn: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
PEAR – orchards without fertigation– fruiting orchard
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ bud break  0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ “mouse ear” stage 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ white bud stage 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ end of flowering: majority of petals fallen 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ post-harvest 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha

CHERRY (SOUR CHERRY TREE) – orchards without fertigation – fruiting orchard
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◆ bud swelling / burst 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ inflorescence emergence 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ fruitlet development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ before beginning of leaf color turning: 1–2 treatments every 10–14 days 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
CHERRY (SWEET CHERRY TREE) – orchards without fertigation – fruiting orchard
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ bud swelling / burst 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ inflorescence emergence 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ fruitlet development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ beginning of maturation 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ before beginning of leaf color turning: 1–2 treatments every 10–14 days 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
PLUM TREE
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ green bud stage (BBCH 55–56) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ white bud stage (BBCH 57–59) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ after fruit harvesting, 1–2(3) treatments on green leaves (BBCH 91–92) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
PEACH TREE
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ green bud stage (BBCH 55–56) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ pink bud stage (BBCH 57–59) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ after fruit harvesting, 1–2(3) treatments on green leaves (BBCH 91–92) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
APRICOT TREE
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ green bud stage (BBCH 55–56) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ pink bud stage (BBCH 57–59) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ after fruit harvesting, 1–2(3) treatments on green leaves (BBCH 91–92) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
CITRUS
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ first new leaves visible 0.3–0.6 kg/ha
◆ beginning of flowering 0.3–0.6 kg/ha
◆ beginning of fruit development 0.3–0.6 kg/ha
OLIVE GROVES – fruiting tree
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ bud break  0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ inflorescence emergence 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ beginning of flowering 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ beginning of fruit development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ post-harvest 0.3–0.55 kg/ha

COFFEE – fruting plantation
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◆ inflorescence development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ pinhead 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ intensive growth of fruit 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
MANGO
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ leaf development (BBCH 13–19) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ shoot development and growth (BBCH 22–39)  0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ bud development (BBCH 51–55) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ fruit development (BBCH 71–73) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
AVOCADO
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ leaf development (BBCH 13–19) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ shoot development and growth (BBCH 22–39) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ bud and inflorescence development (BBCH 51–55) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ beginning of fruit development (BBCH 71–73) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
PAPAYA
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ leaf development (BBCH 14–19) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ beginning of stem growth (BBCH 31–33) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ bud and inflorescence development (BBCH 51–55) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ beginning of fruit development (BBCH 71–73) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
GOOSEBERRY
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ beginning of vegetation, during leaf and fruit development, 1–2 treatments every 7–14 days 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ after fruit harvesting 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
RASPBERRY plantations without fertigation – varieties fruiting in summer on two-year shoots
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ bud burst 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ leaf and shoot development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ beginning of inflorescence emergence 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ before beginning of leaf colour turning: 1–2 treatments every 10–14 days 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
RASPBERRY plantations without fertigation – varieties fruiting in autumn on one-year shoots
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ Spring: after start of growing season – leaf development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ first shoots reach the final length 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ beginning of the first inflorescence development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ Autumn: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
CURRANT
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ bud break (BBCH 07–09) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ leaf development (BBCH 15–19) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ shoot development (BBCH 33–39) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ after fruit harvesting, 1–2 treatments every 10–14 days (BBCH 91) 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
BLUEBERRY – plantations without fertigation fruiting plantations
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ bud breaking 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ beginning of leaf coulor turning, 1–2 treatments every 10–14 days 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
GRAPEVINE
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ beginning of leaf and new shoot development 0.3–0.6 kg/ha
◆ inflorescence emergence 0.3–0.6 kg/ha
◇ fruit development – until berries pea-sized 0.3–0.6 kg/ha
◆ post-harvest 0.3–0.6 kg/ha

STRAWBERRY – plantations without fertigation – Summer-bearing varieties, not yet fruiting plantations – planted in autumn
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◆ Autumn in the planting year: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ Spring – leaf and crown development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ Autumn in the first year after planting: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
STRAWBERRY plantations without fertigation – Summer-bearing varieties, fully fruiting plantations
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ Spring: after start of growing season – leaf development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ beginning of inflorescence emergence  0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ Autumn: beginning of leaf colour turning, 1–2 treatments every 10–14 days 0.3–0.55 kg/ha

STRAWBERRY – fertigated plantations – Summer-bearing varieties, planted in summer with green potted plantlets – Cultivation in soil
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◆ Autumn in the planting year: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha

◆ Spring: after start of growing season

0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ beginning of inflorescence emergence 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ Autumn in the first year after planting: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha

STRAWBERRY – fertigated plantations – Summer-bearing varieties, planted in spring with frigo plantlets – Cultivation in soil
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◇/◆ leaf development and inflorescence emergence
The treatment should be considered as optimal in conditions of limited zinc uptake by roots.
0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha

STRAWBERRY – fertigated plantations – Everbearing varieties, planted in spring with frigo plantlets. Cultivation in soil or in soilless substrates.
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◇ leaf development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ further leaf development and beginning of the first inflorescence development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ fruiting period: 1–2 treatments every 14–21 days 0.3–0.55 kg/ha

STRAWBERRY – production of plantlets – production of freshly dug green plantlets
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◆ Autumn in the planting year: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ Spring: leaf development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ Spring: beginning of runner growth 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ Summer: development, growth and rooting of plantlets 0.3–0.55 kg/ha

STRAWBERRY – production of plantlets – production of green potted plantlets
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):

◆ FIELD GROWN NURSERY PLANTATIONS – autumn in the planting year: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ FIELD GROWN NURSERY PLANTATIONS – spring: leaf development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆FIELD GROWN NURSERY PLANTATIONS – spring: beginning of runner growth 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
STRAWBERRY – production of plantlets – production of of frigo plantlets  
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ Autumn in the planting year: before beginning of leaf colour turning 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ Spring: leaf development 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◆ Spring: beginning of runner growth 0.3–0.55 kg/ha
◇ Summer: development, growth and rooting of plantlets 0.3–0.55 kg/ha

◆ Beginning of autumn: runners with rooted plantlets cover inter-row spaces

(if there is possibility for foliar application)
0.3–0.55 kg/ha
TOMATO
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 5–9 and more leaves unfolded on the main shoot (BBCH 15–19) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ 1–3 inflorescences visible (BBCH 51–53) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
PEPPER
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 5–9 and more leaves unfolded on the main shoot (BBCH 15–19) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ 1–3 inflorescences visible (BBCH 51–53) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
CUCUMBER
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 6–8 leaves unfolded on the main shoot (BBCH 16–18) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ 1–2 flower initials with elongated ovary visible on the main stem (BBCH 51–52) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
PUMPKIN
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 6–8 leaves unfolded on the main shoot (BBCH 16–18) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ 1–2 flower initials with elongated ovary visible on the main stem (BBCH 51–52) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
MELON
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 3–5 true leaves unfolded (BBCH 13–15) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◆ formation of primary side shoots (BBCH 21–29) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◆ 1–2 flower initials with elongated ovary visible on the main stem (BBCH 51–52) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ fruit development (BBCH 71–73) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
WATERMELON
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 3–5 true leaves unfolded (BBCH 13–15) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◆ formation of primary side shoots (BBCH 21–29) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◆ 1–2 flower initials with elongated ovary visible on the main stem (BBCH 51–52) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ fruit development (BBCH 71–73) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
BULB VEGETABLES
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ 6–9 and more leaves clearly visible (BBCH 16–19) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ development of harvestable plant parts, 50 % of expected bulb diameter (BBCH 41–45) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
BROCCOLI
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 7 leaves until 2 side shoots visible (BBCH 17–22)  0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ broccoli head begins to grow (BBCH 41) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
CAULIFLOWER
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 7–8 true leaves unfolded (BBCH 17–18) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ head begins to grow (> 1 cm) until head reaches 20% of typical size (BBCH 41–42) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
WHITE HEAD CABBAGE
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 7–9 and more true leaves unfolded (BBCH 17–19) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ head begins to grow until head reaches 30% of typical size (BBCH 41–43) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
RED HEAD CABBAGE
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 7–9 and more true leaves unfolded (BBCH 17–19) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ head begins to grow until head reaches 30% of typical size (BBCH 41–43) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
SAVOY CABAGE
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 7–9 or more true leaves unfolded (BBCH 17–19) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ head begins to grow until head reaches 30% of typical size (BBCH 41–43) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
CHINESE CABBAGE
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 6–9 and more true leaves unfolded (BBCH 16–19) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ head begins to grow (BBCH 41) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
BRUSSELS SPROUTS
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 7 leaves until main shoot reaches 70% of typical size (BBCH 17–37)  0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ development of lateral buds until first sprouts close tightly (BBCH 41–43) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
KOHLRABI
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 5–9 and more leaves (BBCH 15–19) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
RADISH
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 5–9 and more leaves (BBCH 15–19) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
KALE
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 5–7 true leaves unfolded (BBCH 15–17) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ main shoot has reached 30–50% of final height (BBCH 33–35) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
CARROT
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 3–4 true leaves (BBCH 13–14) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◆ 5 true leaves / root begins to expand until root reaches 20% of typical diameter (BBCH 15/41–42) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◆ root reaches 30–40% of typical diameter (BBCH 43–44) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
PARSLEY
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ 5 true leaves / root begins to expand until root reaches 20% of typical diameter (BBCH 15/41–42) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ root reaches 30–40% of typical diameter (BBCH 43–44) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
PARSNIP
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ 5 true leaves / root begins to expand until root reaches 20% of typical diameter (BBCH 15/41–42) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ root reaches 30–40% of typical diameter (BBCH 43–44) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
CELERY
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◆ 7–8 true leaves (BBCH 17–18) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ 9 true leaves / root begins to expand (BBCH 19/41) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
BEETROOT
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 5 true leaves / beginning of crop cover (BBCH 15/31) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ storage root begins to develop, diameter above 2 cm (BBCH 41–43) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
PEA
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ first flower buds visible outside leaves until first separated flower buds visible outside leaves, but remain closed (BBCH 51–55)

0.1–0.55 kg/ha

BEAN
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ first flower buds visible until first flower buds have enlarged (BBCH 51–55) 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
NURSERY OF PERENNIAL ORNAMENTAL PLANTS
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 1–2 treatments every 7–21 days in spring

0.1–0.55 kg/ha

◇ 1–2 treatments every 7–21 days in autumn 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
NURSERY OF ORCHARD PLANTS
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 1–2 treatments every 7–21 days in spring 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ 1–2 treatments every 7–21 days in autumn 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
ORNAMENTAL PLANTS
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 1–2 treatments every 7–21 days in spring 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ 1–2 treatments every 7–21 days in autumn 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
MINOR CROPS AND HOBBY PLANTS
Proposed periods of use (◆ optimum periods; ◇ optional/complementary periods):
◇ 1–2 treatments every 7–21 days in spring 0.1–0.55 kg/ha
◇ 1–2 treatments every 7–21 days in autumn 0.1–0.55 kg/ha