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ENPOSAM

ENPOSAM

Biopreparation-fertilizer for plant nutrition and protection

Application effect :

  • fixes the biopreparations and other plant protection and nutrition preparations on the planting material, ensures their close contact with the treated surface;
  • possesses growth stimulating, phosphorus-mobilizing properties;
  • microorganisms mobilize nutrients inaccessible to plants from the mineral part of soil;
  • restores natural soil-forming processes.

Intended use:

  • treatment of seeds, potato tubers, bulbs;
  • soaking of seedling roots;
  • spraying of plants.

Application features:

  • the biopreparation is used in the form of a water solution. Dissolution is carried out gradually: the required rate of the preparation is stirred in water (1:1) to a homogeneous solution, adding water in small doses to the volume required for treatment;
  • it is preferable to carry out treatment in calm weather, in the evening or in the morning, avoiding direct sunlight.

Recommended application rates in integrated and organic farming

Crop

Pre-sowing treatment

Soaking of seedling roots

Spraying of plants in the growing season

ENPOSAM, l/t

Working solution, l/t

ENPOSAM, ml/1000 pcs

Working solution, l/1000 pcs

ENPOSAM, l/ha

Working solution, l/ha

Grain

0.2-0.5

10-15

-

-

0.2-0.3

150-300

Legumes

5-10

Cereals

10-15

Technical

15-25

Potato

30-50

Beetroot

0.7-1.0

10-15

Vegetables

10-15 ml/kg

0.7-1.0 l/kg

15.0-25.0

20-50

0.5-1.0

Grape, berries

-

-

-

-

1.0-2.0

300-500

Horticultural, ornamental trees and bushes

1.5-2.5

500-800

Composition:

The biopreparation contains active agent viable cells of natural phosphorus-mobilizing bacteria Paenibacillus polymyxa in the amount of not less than 1.0107 CFU/dm3 and polymers of microbiological origin.

Packing:

1 l, 5 l and 10 l

Storage conditions:

Store in a sealed package at temperature of 0 C - 20 C.

Shelf life:

3 years from the manufacture date

The state sanitary and hygienic certificate No. 5.05.07 - 6/342 dd. 17.01.2001