EFFICIENT is a nitrogen fertilizer that guarantees high efficiency and persistence. It brings two well-differentiated forms of nitrogen: urea nitrogen to meet the immediate needs of the plant (rapid effect) and nitrogen in the form of urea formaldehyde to ensure the gradual availability of nitrogen for the crop .
EFFICIENT can be assimilated foliarly. It is a fertilizer specially designed for nitrogen fertilization and fertigation for a large number of crops. It is totally safe for crops and environmentally friendly.
Applied foliarly, EFFICIENT has penetration and rapid adhesion properties by creating a leaching resistant layer and avoids nitrogen loss due to rain or high humidity levels (dew). On the leaf, nitrogen becomes available to plants through chemical hydrolysis and microbial degradation, which remains available for assimilation for a period of 8-10 weeks.
EFFICIENT can also be used in fertigation or in combination with herbicide treatments. Its application on the ground is ideal to prolong the nitrogen supply in the time: it is thus diffused during 100 days (14 weeks) and nourishes in nitrogen the first 10-15 cm of the soil, place where will proceed the processes of mineralization which will transform it into its nitrate form absorbed by crops. Under the effect of water (rain, irrigation etc.), urea formaldehyde is not leached but is fixed perfectly to the soil for good absorption.
||How to use
1st treatment between the first multiplication of ears until the first node
2nd treatment between the last leaf / flowering
||Early post-emergence and acaricide treatment
||When lifting the flag leaf
||Stage R2-R3 (R2: complete flowering, R3: beginning of pod formation)
||Stage of 4 leaves, after flowering and during capsule formation
||Floral differentiation and after fruit set
||Since before flowering and repeat every 30 days
||Since before flowering, fruit set and repeat every 30 days
||Before flowering and applications every 10-14 days
||At bud formation and repeat every 14 days
||Start of flowering and repeat every 15 days
||Applications every 50-60 days