Appearance: Clear and transparent green
Water solubility: Completely
Dry matter: 50% min (w/w)
L-αamino acid: 100g/L min
Chelated Cu, Fe, Mn, Zn: 17g/L min
Chelated B, Mo: 5g/L min
Nitrogen: 180g/L min
Polymer carbon: 220g/L min
S: 30g/L max
Cl: 30g/L max
1. It acts as broad-spectrum antibacterial agent.
2. It can improve crops quality, enhance resistance to adversity and promote plant growth.
3. It can induce gene recombine.
4. It can improve crop immunity and degrade pesticide residue.
5. It can kill fungus and cure plant disease.
Spraying: to dilute it with water for 600-800 times. Dosage: 750-1200 ml/ha. To apply every 7~15 days in whole growing period.
Irrigation: to dilute it with water for 800-1200 times. To irrigate root 1~2 times in whole growing period.
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