MIKROCHELATTMCu-15

MIKROCHELAT<sup>TM</sup>Cu-15
EDTA chelated copper (150 g Cu per kg) in the form of readily soluble in water ultra-granulate
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, fertigation, soil spraying, soil watering, scattering after mixing with other fertilizers
Available packaging
  •     1kg; 1kg; 5kg; 5kg; 25kg; 25kg; 500kg
Directions for use
Foliar sprays

MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 contains 150 g Cu per kg (15% Cu). Copper is fully chelated by EDTA.

Copper in the form of chelate is rapidly absorbed, transported, and assimilated by plants. 

 

MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 is certified for use in organic farming.

 

MIKROCHELATE Cu-15 is intended for use in different fertilization techniques including:

  • Foliar nutrition;
  • Fertigation (in inert or organic substrates, in the ground);
  • Soil spraying, soil watering or scattering after mixing with other soil fertilizers.

MIKROCHELATE Cu-15 can also be used as:

  • A component of liquid or powder fertilizer mixtures;
  • A Copper source for other chemicals.

 

Copper supplied to plants in MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 is:

  • Efficiently and quickly taken up by plants from solutions in foliar nutrition, in fertilization treatments combined with watering (fertigation), and from the soil after soli fertilization;
  • Safe for plants in all treatment techniques (according to the recommended doses);
  • Stable in multicomponent solutions used in foliar treatments, fertigation, and soil spraying;
  • Stable in a wide pH range of solutions / media;
  • Stable in soils with a wide pH range.

 

Nutrients g/kg % by mass
Copper (Cu) chelated by EDTA 150 15.0

 

MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 is essential for crops with high demand for copper, i.e. cereals, rice, flax, citrus, onion, carrot, beetroot, lettuce, spinach. It is also recommended for soil conditions restricting the availability of copper for plants (high pH, high permeability coefficient, high organic matter content, soils used for cultivation for short time and soils rich in humus, the so-called, "virgin land disease").

 

MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 used preventively in the recommended periods and doses prevents copper deficiency in plants.

MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 used as intervention effectively eliminates copper deficiency and reduces negative effects of such periodic scarcity.

Intervention nutrition is necessary in case of visual symptoms of copper deficiency on plants or when the results of the analysis of the plant material indicate too low content of copper (hidden deficiencies).

 

Copper supplied in MIKROCHEALT Cu-15 has a positive effect on the size and quality of yield. Copper in the plant affects and improves the:

  • Development of young parts of plants and their subsequent growth and fruit ripening;
  • Development of vascular tissue which includes the efficient transport of water and nutrients in plants;
  • Mechanical strength of plants (e.g. greater resistance of cereals to lodging);
  • The use of nitrogen;
  • Biomass gain and quality parameters of the yield;
  • Health of plants during cultivation and storage.

 

MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 has a very good performance properties including:

  • Fast solubility due to the unique structure of ultra-granules;
  • Total solubility – a solution formed after reconstitution ultra-granules is precipitation free;
  • Very good solubility in cold and hard water;
  • No dust during pouring into the tank with water;
  • High resistance to external factors during storage (no clumping).

 

 Physical and chemical properties of MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 chelate solutions include:

  • The product is stable in the pH range of 2–10;
  • Solubility in deionized water – 1000 g/L;
  • EC in deionized water: 0.1 % solution – 0.4 mS/cm;
  • pH in deionized water: 0.1 % solution – 5.6.

 

 

 

Products marked with ECO logotype are approved for use in international organic farming in accordance with regulation (EC) No 834/2007. You may find all our allowed products on the website: www.inputs.bio

 

MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 may be used in different fertilization techniques, including foliar sprays, fertigation, soil spraying, soil watering and scattering after mixing with other fertilizers.

 

  1. FOLIAR SPRAYS
    MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 is intended for foliar application in the form of an aqueous solution. MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 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

Carefully select the number of treatments, so as to not exceed a dose of Cu safe to plants.

Use MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 as intervention in the case of visual symptoms of copper deficiency in plants or if too low content of this component in plants has been diagnosed. Treatments should be performed every 3–7 days until deficiency disappears. When performing more than 1 treatment, use MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 at the lower recommended dose.

Dose rates of MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 include:

  • Agricultural crops, fruit shrubs, strawberry: 0.2–1 kg/ha
  • Fruit trees, grapevine: 0.5–1 kg/ha
  • Vegetables, ornamental plants: 0.1–0.5 kg/ha

Use MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 preventively in periods and doses given below.

 

  1. FERTIGATION (fertilizing combined with watering) of crops in inert or organic substrates, in the ground
    Specific recommendations (medium composition and the frequency of application) shall take into account the nutritional requirements of plants and agronomic and climatic conditions of cultivation (including the type of substrate).
    The calculations shall take into account the content of copper (Cu) in other fertilizers used to prepare the medium and in water used to prepare the medium.
  • Fertigation in inert substrates and coconut substrate, and hydroponic cultivation (medium supplied continuously or repeatedly during the day).
    Most frequently recommended copper (Cu) content in a ready to use medium is 0.1–0.3 mg Cu / L (i.e. 0.7–2 g of MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 in 1,000 L). When preparing concentrated solutions, the dose rate of MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 should be increased accordingly.
  • Fertigation in organic substrates and in the ground (medium supplied periodically - repeatedly during the vegetation period).
    When using MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 with other fertilizers in a ready to use medium, do not exceed a total concentration of 0.2% of all ingredients (i.e. 2 kg and/or L in 1,000 L of medium).

Recommended amount of MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 in the whole growing season (in divided doses max. 0.5 kg/ha in one cycle):

  • Agricultural crops - spray irrigation (cereals, soybean and other legumes, rapeseed, cotton, maize, sunflower, potato, sugar cane): 1–3 kg/ha
  • Pome and stone fruit trees, nuts, grapevine, citrus, mango, avocado, olive trees, banana trees, palm trees, coffee, pineapple: 2–4 kg/ha
  • Fruit shrubs, strawberry: 4–6 kg/ha
  • Vegetables: 0.5–1.5 kg/ha
  • Ornamental plants: 0.5–0.8 kg/ha

 

  1. SOIL SPRAYING, SOIL WATERING, SCATTERING after mixing with other soil fertilizers
    Spray the soil with an aqueous solution of chelate before sowing or seedlings planting, or use in combination with other soil fertilizers.

Recommended amount of MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 in the whole growing season: 2–3 kg/ha

 

Ad. 1. Recommendations for foliar application for selected crops.
The recommendations may be modified taking into account the plants' requirements and growing conditions.


ATTENTION!  At low air humidity avoid using a solution of concentration greater than 0.1% (1 kg fertilizer/1,000 L of water). In fruit trees spraying and at low air humidity avoid using a solution of concentration greater than 0.1% (1 kg fertilizer/1,000 L of water). For foliar treatments on crops under cover do not exceed a concentration of 0.1%.

 

 

WHEAT winter wheat
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◇ Autumn: 3–6 leaves unfolded 

0.2–1 kg/ha

◆ Spring: tillering 

0.2–1 kg/ha

◇/◆ stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of when varieties with a tendency to lodging are grown, as well as on soils with high nitrogen fertilization and on soils with pH above 6.5 with a large amount of organic matter content. In addition, copper increases resistance to blade base diseases.

0.2–1 kg/ha
WHEAT spring wheat
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◆ leaf development – tillering 

0.2–1 kg/ha

◇/◆ stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of when varieties with a tendency to lodging are grown, as well as on soils with high nitrogen fertilization and on soils with pH above 6.5 with a large amount of organic matter content. In addition, copper increases resistance to blade base diseases.

0.2–1 kg/ha
TRITICALE – winter triticale
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◇ Autumn: 3–6 leaves unfolded

0.2–1 kg/ha

◆ Spring: continuation of tillering

0.2–1 kg/ha

◇/◆ stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of when varieties with a tendency to lodging are grown, as well as on soils with high nitrogen fertilization and on soils with pH above 6.5 with a large amount of organic matter content. In addition, copper increases resistance to blade base diseases.

0.2–1 kg/ha
TRITICALE – spring triticale
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ leaf development – tillering   0.2–1 kg/ha

◇/◆ stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of when varieties with a tendency to lodging are grown, as well as on soils with high nitrogen fertilization and on soils with pH above 6.5 with a large amount of organic matter content. In addition, copper increases resistance to blade base diseases.

0.2–1 kg/ha

BARLEY winter feed barley
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◇ Autumn: leaf development – until beginning of tillering

0.2–1 kg/ha

◇/◆ Spring: beginning of stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of varieties with a high yielding potential, prone to lodging.

0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ flag leaf stage – until first awns visible 0.2–1 kg/ha

BARLEY spring feed barley
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◇/◆ leaf development – until beginning of stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of varieties with a high yielding potential, prone to lodging.

0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ flag leaf stage – until first awns visible 0.2–1 kg/ha
BARLEY winter malt barley
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
 
◇ Autumn: leaf development – until beginning of tillering 0.2–1 kg/ha
◇/◆ Spring: beginning of stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of varieties with a high yielding potential, prone to lodging.

0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ flag leaf stage – until first awns visible 0.2–1 kg/ha
BARLEY (MALTING) spring crop
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
 
◇/◆ leaf development – until beginning of stem elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of varieties with a high yielding potential, prone to lodging.

0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ flag leaf stage – until first awns visible 0.2–1 kg/ha

RYE – winter rye
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◇ Autumn: leaf development – until beginning of tillering

0.2–1 kg/ha

◇/◆ Spring: beginning of steam elongation 

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of varieties with a high yielding potential, prone to lodging.

0.2–1 kg/ha
◇ flag leaf stage – until beginning of heading  0.2–1 kg/ha

RYE – spring rye 
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◇/◆ leaf development – until beginning of steam elongation

The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of varieties with a high yielding potential, prone to lodging.

0.2–1 kg/ha

◇ flag leaf stage – until beginning of heading

0.2–1 kg/ha
OAT
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ leaf development – tillering  0.2–1 kg/ha
◇ stem elongation – until flag leaf stage 0.2–1 kg/ha
OILSEED RAPE - winter oilseed rape
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◇ Spring: beginning of main stem elongation

0.2–1 kg/ha

◇ bud formation – until beginning of flowering

0.2–1 kg/ha
OILSEED RAPE - spring oilseed rape
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ leaf development – until beginning of main stem elongation 0.2–1 kg/ha
◇ bud formation – until beginning of flowering 0.2–1 kg/ha
SUNFLOWER
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 2–3 pairs of leaves (BBCH 14–16) 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ stem elongation (BBCH 30–35) 0.2–1 kg/ha
◇ inflorescence development (BBCH 51–55) 0.2–1 kg/ha
FLAX
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ leaf development on the main stem (BBCH 13–19) 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ stem growth (BBCH 30–39) 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ beginning of inflorescence development (BBCH 51–53) 0.2–1 kg/ha
HOP
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ 3–9 and more pairs of leaves unfolded (BBCH 13–19) 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ development of side shoots (BBCH 22–29) 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ inflorescence buds visible (BBCH 51–55) 0.2–1 kg/ha
MAIZE
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 7–8 leaves unfolded 0.2–1 kg/ha
◇ stem elongation – until beginning of tassel formation 0.2–1 kg/ha
SUGAR BEET
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 4–6 leaves unfolded (BBCH 14–16) 0.2–1 kg/ha
◇ 8 leaves unfolded – until beginning of crop cover (BBCH 18–31) 0.2–1 kg/ha
POTATO
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 3–6 leaves unfolded on the main shoot (BBCH 13–16) 0.2–1 kg/ha
◇ formation of side shoots until crop cover (BBCH 21–39) 0.2–1 kg/ha
SOYBEAN
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ first trifoliate leaf development 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ beginning of flower bud development 0.2–1 kg/ha

◇ beginning of pod and seed development

0.2–1 kg/ha
LEGUMES
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ leaf and side shoot development (BBCH 13–29) 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ beginning of inflorescence emergence (BBCH 51–53)  0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ beginning of pod development (BBCH 71) 0.2–1 kg/ha
SORGHUM
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ 4–9 leaves (BBCH 14–19)  0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ stem elongation until beginning of tassel formation (BBCH 32–51) 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ tip of tassel visible until beginning of flowering (BBCH 53–61) 0.2–1 kg/ha
SUGAR CANE
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ 3–9 leaves (BBCH 13–19)  0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ tillering (BBCH 21–29) 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ stem elongation (BBCH 31–39) 0.2–1 kg/ha
RICE
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ leaf development – tillering 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ beginning of stem formation 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ beginning of panicle emergence 0.2–1 kg/ha
COTTON
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ beginning of leaf development 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ beginning of side shoots formation 0.2–1 kg/ha

◇/◆ beginning of flower bud development
The treatment should be considered as optimal when plants are grown on alkaline soils, with a high content of organic matter in soil and in the case of copper symptoms deficiency.

0.2–1 kg/ha
APPLE  orchards without fertigation – young, non-fruiting orchard
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ Spring: after plant adoption in the field – leaf bud break 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ Spring: leaf development 0.5–1 kg/ha
APPLE orchards without fertigation – fruiting orchard
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ “mouse ear” stage 0.5–1 kg/ha
◇ green bud stage  0.5–1 kg/ha
APPLE  fertigated orchards – fruiting orchard
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ “mouse ear” stage 0.5–1 kg/ha
◇ green bud stage 0.5–1 kg/ha
APPLE  – nursery plantations – budded nursery tree plantation
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 1st year – spring (after plant adoption in the field): beginning of leaf development 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ 1st year – summer (about 3–4 weeks after budding): end of shoot and leaf growth 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ 2nd year – spring (after cutting the rootstock above the budding place): beginning of shoot and leaf development 0.5–1 kg/ha
APPLE  – nursery plantations – grafted nursery tree plantation  
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ 1st year – spring (after plant adoption in the field): beginning of shoot and leaf development 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ 1st year – summer: growth of main stem and leaf development 0.5–1 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 0.5–1 kg/ha
◇ 2nd year – spring/summer: growth of main stem and side shoot 0.5–1 kg/ha
PEAR – orchards without fertigation – fruiting orchard
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ “mouse-ear” stage 0.5–1 kg/ha
◇ green bud stage 0.5–1 kg/ha
CHERRY (SOUR CHERRY TREE) – orchards without fertigation – fruiting orchard
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ inflorescence emergence 0.5–1 kg/ha
◇/◆ after harvest
The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of pruning of trees.
0.5–1 kg/ha
CHERRY (SWEET CHERRY TREE) – orchards without fertigation – fruiting orchard
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ inflorescence emergence 0.5–1 kg/ha
◇/◆ after harvest
The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of pruning of trees.
0.5–1 kg/ha

CHERRY (SWEET CHERRY TREE) – fertigated orchards – fruiting orchard
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◆ inflorescence emergence 0.5–1 kg/ha
◇/◆ after harvest
The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of pruning of trees.
0.5–1 kg/ha

PLUM TREE – orchards without fertigation – fruiting orchard
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◆ inflorescence emergence 0.5–1 kg/ha
◇/◆ after harvest
The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of pruning of trees.
0.5–1 kg/ha

PEACH – orchards without fertigation – fruiting orchard
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◆ inflorescence emergence 0.5–1 kg/ha
◇/◆ after harvest
The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of pruning of trees.
0.5–1 kg/ha
NECTARINE TREES – orchards without fertigation – fruiting orchard
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ inflorescence emergence 0.5–1 kg/ha
◇/◆ after harvest
The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of pruning of trees.
0.5–1 kg/ha
APRICOT TREE – orchards without fertigation – fruiting orchard
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ bud burst and inflorescence emergence 0.5–1 kg/ha
◇/◆ after harvest
The treatment should be considered as optimal in case of pruning of trees.
0.5–1 kg/ha
CITRUS
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇/◆ dormancy
The treatment should be considered as optimal when plants are grown on soils with a pH above 6.8)
0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ first new leaves visible 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ “white bud” phase 0.5–1 kg/ha
OLIVE GROVES – fruiting tree
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ beginning of core hardening 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ post-harvest 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ senescence / winter dormancy 0.5–1 kg/ha

COFFEE – fruting plantation
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◆ leaf and shoot development 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ inflorescence development 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ intensive growth of fruit 0.5–1 kg/ha
MANGO
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ leaf development (BBCH 13–19) 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ shoot development and growth (BBCH 22–35)  0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ beginning of bud development (BBCH 51–53) 0.5–1 kg/ha
AVOCADO
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ leaf development (BBCH 13–19) 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ shoot development and growth (BBCH 22–35)  0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ beginning of bud and inflorescence development (BBCH 51–53) 0.5–1 kg/ha
PAPAYA
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ leaf development (BBCH 14–19) 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ beginning of stem growth (BBCH 31–33) 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ bud and inflorescence development (BBCH 51–55) 0.5–1 kg/ha
GOOSEBERRY
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ beginning of vegetation, during leaf and fruit development, 1–2 treatments every 7–14 days 0.2–1 kg/ha

RASPBERRY plantations without fertigation – varieties fruiting in summer on two-year shoots
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◆ bud burst 0.2–1 kg/ha
◇ leaf and shoot development 0.2–1 kg/ha
RASPBERRY plantations without fertigation – varieties fruiting in autumn on one-year shoots
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ Spring: after start of growing season – leaf development 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ shoots reach about 1/3 of the final length 0.2–1 kg/ha
CURRANT
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ bud break (BBCH 07–09) 0.2–1 kg/ha
◇ leaf and shoot development (BBCH 15–39) 0.2–1 kg/ha
BLUEBERRY – plantations without fertigationfruiting plantations
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ bud breaking 0.2–1 kg/ha
GRAPEVINE
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ beginning of leaf and new shoot development 0.5–1 kg/ha
◆ inflorescence emergence 0.5–1 kg/ha
STRAWBERRY – plantations without fertigation – Summer-bearing varieties, fully fruiting plantations
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ Spring: after start of growing season – leaf development 0.2–1 kg/ha
◆ beginning of inflorescence emergence  0.2–1 kg/ha

◇/◆ after fruit harvest, 1–2 treatments every 10–14 days

Treatment should be considered as optimal when leaves are cut off after harvest.

0.2–1 kg/ha
STRAWBERRY – fertigated plantations – Summer-bearing varieties, planted in summer with green potted plantlets – Cultivation in soil
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ Summer in the planting season: after plantlet adaptation to field condition – 5th–8th leaf unfolded 0.2–1 kg/ha
◇ beginning of inflorescence emergence 0.2–1 kg/ha

STRAWBERRY – fertigated plantations – Summer-bearing varieties, planted in spring with frigo plantlets – Cultivation in soil
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◇ after plantlet adaptation to the field conditions – 2nd–3rd leaf unfolded 0,2–1 kg/ha

STRAWBERRY – fertigated plantations – Everbearing varieties, planted in spring with frigo plantlets. Cultivation in soil or in soilless substrates.
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◇ after plantlet adaptation to the field conditions – 2nd–3rd leaf unfolded 0,2–1 kg/ha
◆ further leaf development and beginning of the first inflorescence development 0,2–1 kg/ha
◆ fruiting period: 1–2 treatments every 14–21 days 0,2–1 kg/ha

STRAWBERRY – production of plantlets – production of freshly dug green plantlets
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):

◆ Spring: beginning of runner growth 0,2–1 kg/ha
STRAWBERRY – production of plantlets – production of green potted plantlets
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ FIELD GROWN NURSERY PLANTATIONS – spring: beginning of runner growth 0,2–1 kg/ha
STRAWBERRY – production of plantlets – production of frigo plantlets    
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ Spring: beginning of runner growth 0,2–1 kg/ha
TOMATO
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ 5–8 leaves unfolded on the main shoot (BBCH 15–18) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◆ first flowers open on 1–3 inflorescences (BBCH 61–63) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
PEPPER
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 8–9 or more leaves unfolded on the main shoot (BBCH 18–19) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◇ beginning of flowering (BBCH 59–61) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
CUCUMBER
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ 6–9 or more leaves unfolded on the main shoot (BBCH 16–19) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◇ formation of primary side shoots (BBCH 21–29) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
PUMPKIN
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ 6–9 or more leaves unfolded on the main shoot (BBCH 16–19) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◇ formation of primary side shoots (BBCH 21–29) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
MELON
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ 3–5 true leaves unfolded (BBCH 13–15) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◆ formation of primary side shoots (BBCH 21–29) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◆ 1–3 flower initials with elongated ovary visible on the main stem (BBCH 51–53) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
WATERMELON
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ 3–5 true leaves unfolded (BBCH 13–15) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◆ formation of primary side shoots (BBCH 21–29) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◆ 1–3 flower initials with elongated ovary visible on the main stem (BBCH 51–53) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
BULB VEGETABLES
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◇ 6–9 and more leaves clearly visible (BBCH 16–19) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◆ bulb reaches 50–70% of expected diameter (BBCH 45–47) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
CRUCIFEROUS VEGETABLES
In field cultivation of cruciferous vegetables, practically no symptoms of copper deficiency are observed.
MIKROCHELAT Cu-15 should be used if the amount of copper supplied to plants in fertilizers from standard nutrition programs is insufficient.
0.1–0.5 kg/ha
CARROT
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 3–4 true leaves (BBCH 13–14) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◆ 5 true leaves / root begins to expand until root reaches 30% of typical diameter (BBCH 15/41–43) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◇ root reaches 40–50% of typical diameter (BBCH 44–45) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
PARSLEY
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 3–4 true leaves (BBCH 13–14) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◆ 5 true leaves / root begins to expand until root reaches 30% of typical diameter (BBCH 15/41–43) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◇ root reaches 40–50% of typical diameter (BBCH 44–45) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
PARSNIP
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 3–4 true leaves (BBCH 13–14) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◆ 5 true leaves / root begins to expand until root reaches 30% of typical diameter (BBCH 15/41–43) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◇ root reaches 40–50% of typical diameter (BBCH 44–45) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
CELERY
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 5–6 true leaves (BBCH 15–16), approx.. 7 days after planting seedlings 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◇ 9 true leaves / root begins to expand until root reaches 30% of typical diameter (BBCH 19/41–43) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
BEETROOT
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 2–4 true leaves / 1–2 pairs of leaves (BBCH 12–14) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◇ storage root begins to develop, diameter above 2 cm (BBCH 41–43) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
PEA
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 3–5 true leaves (BBCH 13–15)

0.1–0.5 kg/ha

◆ stem elongation, 5–9 or more visible internodes on the stem (BBCH 35–39) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
BEAN
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ 3–5 true leaves (BBCH 13–15) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
◆ formation of side shoots, 5–9 or more side shoots visible (BBCH 25–29) 0.1–0.5 kg/ha
NURSERY OF PERENNIAL ORNAMENTAL PLANTS
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ every 7–21 days in spring and summer

spraying
0.25–0.3% solution

NURSERY OF ORCHARD PLANTS
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ every 7–21 days in spring and summer

spraying
0.25–0.3% solution

ORNAMENTAL PLANTS
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ every 7–21 days, starting from the early vegetative stages

spraying
0.25–0.3% solution

MINOR CROPS AND HOBBY PLANTS
Application times (◆ optimal, ◇ optional):
◆ every 7–21 days, starting from the early vegetative stages

spraying
0.25–0.3% solution