Usage
The recommended dosage is mixed into 15-20 liters of water in a separate container and transferred to the storage unit of the fertilization tank. The tank is then filled to completion, the final mixture is stirred and sprayed on the plants.

Points to Consider and Storage
• Do not exceed the recommended dose.
• Store it inside the original sealed container in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight. Do not swallow.
• Do not bring into contact with eyes, face and skin. Wash your hands with plenty of water after use.
• Leaf and soil analysis is recommended before use.
Store between • 0 – 35.
• The manufacturer is not liable for damages due to misuse of the product.
• Keep away from children, animals and foodstuff.
• Preserves its physical, chemical and biological properties for a minimum of 3 years when kept sealed in normal storage conditions.
• Soil and/or leaf analysis is recommended before fertilizer use.

Registrations

APPLICATION MODES AND DOSES

PRODUCT NAME

APPLICATION PERIOD

THROUGH LEAF

(with 100 lt water/da)

THROUGH SOIL USING

DRIP IRRIGATION (cc/da)

Wheat, Barley, Paddy

Applied with the tillering period.

75 – 100 cc

Sunflower

Applied between the plants’ two-leaf period and plant budding period. During this period, applied twice at 10- to 15-day intervals.

150 – 200 cc

200 – 250 cc

Cotton

Applied before boll development period.

100 – 200 cc

500 – 750 cc

Potato, Beet, Carrot

Applied when the plant height is 10 to 15 cm or during the 4- or 5-leaf period.

100 – 150 cc

300 – 400 cc

Bean, Chickpea, Lentil

Applied throughout the growth period.

100 – 150 cc

300 – 400 cc

Tomato, Pepper, Eggplant

First application when the plant seedlings reached 4- or 5-leaf period and second application in day 10.

50 cc

75 – 150 cc

Hazelnut, Walnut, Pistachio

Applied before inflorescence period.

100 – 150 cc

200 – 250 cc

Stone Fruits (Peach, Cherry, Sour Cherry, Apricot, Plum etc.)

Applied in early spring when buds begin to swell before  inflorescence period, and before defoliation after harvest. Do not apply during inflorescence period.

75 – 150 cc

150 – 250 cc

Pome Fruits (Apple, Pear, Quince etc.)

Applied after fruits buds have swelled, after inflorescence, and after harvest before defoliation.

Do not apply during inflorescence period.

75 – 150 cc

150 – 250 cc

Olive

Applied twice with first application before inflorescence and second application

after inflorescence.

100 – 150 cc

150 – 200 cc

Citrus Fruits

Applied before inflorescence and after harvest.

100 – 150 cc

150 – 250 cc

Vineyard

Applied twice with first application after inflorescence during fasciculation and second application during seed setting.

75 cc

100 – 150 cc

Strawberry

During white budding period

50 – 75 cc

150 – 200 cc

Melon, Watermelon, Squash

Applied twice with first application after seedling and second application 15 days later.

75 cc

150 – 300 cc

Edible Greens (Lettuce, Kale etc.)

Applied 10 days after transplantation or emergence.

75 cc

150 – 300 cc

Onion, Garlic

Once the leaf surface area is sufficient for application; a second application is done 14 days later if needed.

75 cc

200 – 300 cc

Green Areas

Applied throughout the growth period.

50 cc

Canola

First application at the beginning of growth in spring. Second application 10 days later.

75 cc

Clover

Applied after each harvest.

100 – 150 cc

In Greenhouses

Applied twice 10 to 15 days after emergence or transplantation.

75 cc

Banana

Applied at three-week intervals from inflorescence until harvest using drip irrigation method.

150 – 200 cc