biocare GB is a natural osmotic regulator (osmo-protective) and anti-stress with an high concentration of organic materials whose active ingredients are Glycinebetaine, aminoacids and peptides.
It is a product that penetrates and acts quickly within the plant, by optimizing the metabolism or reactivating it after a stress condition.
The Glycinbetaine is an active ingredient naturally present in plants and micro-organisms which has the capability of adjusting the pressure and the concentration of salts and water between the interior of the cells and the external environment.
Aminoacids and peptides present in biocare GB, increasing all the biochemical functions of the plant, improve the production and vegetative growth.
Total aminoacids and peptides: 20,0 %
Total Nitrogen (N): 4,0 %
Total organic Carbon (C): 15,0 %
The use of biocare GB in the vegetative phases advised allows:
• guarantees to the plant a natural resistance and a rapid reaction to environmental stress (Glycinbetaine);
• improves photosyntesis and nitrogen fixation (Glycinbetaine);
• increases resistance to salinity of the soil (Glycinbetaine);
• increases cell permeability improving the capacity of absorbtion of nutrients (aminoacids and peptides).
Foliar use: The dosage is referred to about 1.000 L of water for ha.
Grapes, Apple, Pear, Peach, Cherry, Kiwi, Citrus, Olive, Plum, etc:
– in pre-flowering; setting-up; enlargment of fruits and in case of stress of the plant: 200-250 ml/hl.(2-2,5 L/ha).
Tomato, Pepper, Eggplants, Strawberry, Melon, Watermelon ,Pumpkin, Lettuce, Cabbage, Cucumbers, etc:
– from sowing or transplant every 15 days : 200-250 ml/hl. (2-2,5 L/ha).
Sun-flower, Tobacco, Beet, Cotton, Sorghum, Corn, Potato, Sugar cane, etc:
– every 15-20 days during all the vegetative cycle : 250-300 ml/hl. (2,5-3 L/ha).
Flower and ornamental crops:
– 4-5 applications, from early phases of growth to flowering: 150-200 ml/hl. (1,5-2 L/ha).
To avoid to mix biocare GB with cupric products and/or mineral oils.
The recommended doses are indicative and should be increased or decreased according to the characteristics of the area and the needs of each crop.