GRAP GRAD is a foliar fertilizer, bioregulator, composed of an exclusive combination of magnesium and carboxylic acids. Its application promotes a better embranchment of the plants, as well as reed thickening, making the plants more efficient and resistant to bedding. Thus, the plants can better explore the environment and respond with an extraordinary increase in productivity.
• More plant ramifications.
• Resistance to bedding.
• Better nutrient usage.
• Healthier plants.
• Higher number of pods and grains, greater grain weight and better productivity.
Suggested cultures: Grains.
It is a liquid fertilizer that contains nitrogen and sulfur, utilized in any culture. This product is acidifying, by reducing the pulverization water pH. Benefits: Supplying
sulfur and nitrogen in balanced amounts, correcting the pH of the spray mixture.
GRAP GRAD & EVIC-S
- Magnesium + Carboxylic acids
- Improved agricultural production
- Increase in productivity;
- Nitrogen + Sulfur
- Better efficiency in pest control;
Potassium is an essential macronutrient for photosynthesis, as is starch formation and sugar transfer. It is a very important element in the formation and filling of grains, and its correct supply yields fleshier and heavier fruits. The plantations require potassium during all their cycle, especially in the grain filling phase, when the plant demands the most since the fruit is very draining.
Benefits: It is a high concentration fertilizer, 100% soluble, constituted wholly by readily absorbable potassium, free of sodium or chlorine, with a low salt content, better grain filling, heavier grains and better productivity.
Recommended cultures: soy, corn, wheat, rice, cotton, beans, oats, sugarcane among others.
GRAP 165 JE
Cobalt and molibdenium are fundamental for biological fixation of nitrogen. Cobalt is part of the B12 vitamin synthesis, which is a precursor of leghemoglobin, essential for maintaining an active nodule (reddish coloring). Molibdenium is indispensable for the nitrogenase enzyme, which catalyses the FBN process.
Benefits: Increasing biological fixation of nitrogen and seed weight; vigorous development of plants, better productivity and better grain quality.
Suggested cultures: soy, beans, among others.
GRAP CoMo raiz
Cobalt and molybdenum are indispensable for the FBN process, which is the physiological process that triggers germination. It is of great importance that uniform emerging and vigorous seedlings are guaranteed.
Benefits: Supplying balanced amounts of cobalt and molybdenum, increasing the biological fixation of nitrogen, promoting a vigorous plant development, uniform emerging, a more aggressive radicular system, and better productivity.
Suggested cultures: soy, corn, wheat, rice, cotton, beans, oats, sugarcane, among others.
Many research papers have demonstrated that phosphite is an active part in the process of plant resistance induction, since it improves the production of phytoalexins, and so pathogens find it more difficult to colonize the plants.
Benefits: Promotes better efficiency in phytosanitary control, more resistant plants, and the accompanying nutrient (potassium or manganese) provides nutritional balance.
Suggested cultures: soy, corn, wheat, rice, cotton, beans, oats, sugarcane among others.