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Ultramag Molybdenum

Liquid fertilizer containing 3% of molybdenum (33.0 g/l) in a digestible organic form and 4.5% of nitrogen (50 g/l)

General information

Liquid fertilizer containing 3% of molybdenum (33.0 g/l) in a digestible organic form and 4.5% of nitrogen (50 g/l). It should be used to cultivate plants needing molybdenum in an available form (to quickly make up for molybdenum deficit) and to support winter crops in winter. Molybdenum is of paramount importance in nitrogen metabolic process and influences phosphor conversion and photosynthesis.

Usage regulations

Crop

Preparation dose

Method, time and conditions of application

Cereals (winter)

1.0 l/ha
Mix consumption 200-400 l/ha

Foliar feeding of plants in the autumn period from the phase of 3-4 leaves - tillering phase-the beginning

Legumes

2,0 l/t
  Mix consumption 5-10 l/t

Presowing treatment of seeds

Legumes

1.0 l/ha
Mix consumption 200-400 l/ha

Foliar feeding of plants in the phase of stooling and in the budding phase

Winter rape

0.5-1.0 l/ha
Mix consumption 200-400 l/ha

Foliar feeding of plants in the autumn in a phase of 4-6 leaves, in spring in the period from the beginning of the resumption of the growing season before budding

 Cabbage (seedlings)  0.1 l/100 l water
 Root feeding plants for 7-10 days before planting
  Cabbage

 0.4-0.6 l/ha

Mix consumption: foliar dressing - 300-600 l/ha, root feeding - depending on the irrigation 

 Feeding plants 14 days after transplanting, and then 1-2 times with an interval of 7-14 days
 Roots table

 1.0 l/ha

Mix consumption: foliar dressing - 300-600 l/ha, root feeding - depending on the irrigation  

 Fertilizing the plants during the beginning of the formation of root and 3 weeks before harvest
 Onion, garlic

 1.0-1.5 l/ha

Mix consumption: foliar dressing - 300-600 l/ha, root feeding - depending on the irrigation 

 Fertilizing plants in the phase of full shoots

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