CUAJO

Enhances and fosters setting and fattening naturally

Cuajo is a biostimulant especially indicated for fruit setting via leaf application. Its composition based on aminoacids and oligoelements enables the dominant growth processes at treated crop to be enhanced, and it also contributes to the fattening of the fruits.


Family: Biostimulants

Guaranteed Content

Aminoacidos Libres
2,5% p/v
Boro (B) Soluble en Agua
1,3% p/v
Cobalto (Co) Soluble en Agua
0,025% p/v
Cobre (Cu) Soluble en Agua, quelatado por EDTA
0,62% p/v
Hierro (Fe) Soluble en Agua, quelatado por EDTA
0,47% p/v
Molibdeno (Mo) Soluble en Agua
0,12% p/v
Manitol
0,43% p/v
Nitrógeno total
1,4% p/v
Nitrógeno orgánico
0,31% p/v
Óxido de potasio (K2O) soluble en agua
1,7% p/v
Oxido de Magnesio (MgO) Soluble en Agua
2,5% p/v
Titanio (Ti)
0,37% p/v
Ácidos Urónicos
0,06% p/v
Extracto de Ascophyllum Nodosum
12,3% p/v
pH
6,8
Densidad
1,23 g/cc

Application and dose

LEAF APPLICATION
Aubergine: 200 cc/hl with 4-6 treatments spaced every 7-21 days. Pepper: 200 cc/hl with 4-6 treatments spaced every 15 days. Trained tomatoes: 200 cc/hl with 3-5 treatments, from when the plant has 3-4 trusses. Climbing beans: 200 cc/hl with 2 applications at the start of flowering and 15 days later. Watermelon and melon: 200 cc/hl with 2 applications, before introducing pollinators and at the end of setting.

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