FruktoVit PLUS universal autumn fertiliser
Universal autumn fertiliser contains mineral elements, which meet nutritional requirements of plants in autumn and ensure a better start from early spring. Applying the fertiliser has a beneficial influence on water economy in plants, as well as results in their improved wintering. This fertiliser may be used for performing sprinkled fertilisation of perennial plants, as well as to prepare the substrate for the next year's sowing and planting.
Regular application of the fertiliser ensures:
- better start from the early spring,
- good appearance until late autumn,
- greater resistance to diseases and frost.
Method of application:
Autumn fertilisation of perennial plants (trees, shrubs, perennial plants, bulbs).
Sprinkle the fertiliser evenly around plants, mix it with the topsoil and water thoroughly.
Supplementing nutrients after harvesting the crop
In order to supply nutrients after harvesting the crop and preparing the soil, apply a single dose of the fertiliser reaching 30-40 g/m.
Sprinkle the fertiliser evenly on the whole surface and then dig the soil, without raking it (leaving the so-called upright-furrow slice). In case when the fertiliser has not been used in autumn, it should be used in early spring, just before the start of vegetation, as this will provide plants with crucial nutrients from the very first days of their growth.
It is recommended to sprinkle the fertiliser evenly. In case when no rain is expected in the next few hours following the fertilisation, the plants should be thoroughly watered.
Date of application:
Supplementing nutrients after harvesting crop:
Composition of the fertiliser:
NPK (MgO) 3.2 – 8.0 – 9.5 (6.0) fertiliser with boron and iron
Composition of the fertiliser: 3.2% (N) total nitrogen; 3.2% (N) urea nitrogen; 8.0% (P2O5) phosphorus pentoxide soluble in mineral acids; 9.5% (K2O) water-soluble potassium oxide; 6.0% (MgO) total magnesium oxide; 0.03% (Fe) total iron; 0.015% (B) total boron.
NPK fertiliser containing soft ground rock phosphate.