Slavol is organic, microbiological fertilizer for foliar supplemental feeding of vegetables and flowers
FERTILIZATION is an important agrotechnical measure to achieve high and stable yields of cultivated plants. The amount of nutrients yielded forth by the plants need to be returned to the soil through fertilizes using mineral and/or organic fertilizers or through biofertilization.
- Applying Slavol, the soil receives beneficial microorganisms that supply plants with nitrogen - nitrogen fixation process, phosphorus - mineralization of organic phosphates. With the foliar application Slavol, substances with auxin activity reach other parts of the plant through the leaves, where they regulate numerous physiological processes in plants.
- Slavol is used for fertilization of field crops (cereals, maize, soybean, sunflower, sugar beet, fodder crops, tobacco, etc.). Production of these crops uses regular cultural practices such as tillage, basic fertilization, crop cultivation, etc. Slavol is applied foliarly by spraying 7 - 10 l/ha, 2-3 times during the vegetation - alone or together with pesticides).
- Slavol used in olericulture (tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, lettuce, cabbage, peas, potatoes, green beans, root and root vegetables) and horticulture in the production of seedlings, both as foliar fertilizer and through the drip system.
* Time of SLAVOL application is not related to the withdrawal period. Plants should not be treated during the sunny part of the day, but in the morning or in the evening.