Phosphorus (P) in the form that moves quickly through the water vessels of the plant is a very important element that regulates the growth of the plant. Phosphorus is the key to the development and life of the plants, on its amount, it depends on the intensity of biochemical processes, root development, and the natural immune system of the plant. The plants are stimulated to use water more sparingly, thus, the plants become more resistant to drought. Phosphorus stimulates the initiation, formation and ripening processes of fruit sets, and the accumulation of dry matter in seeds. regulation of chlorophyll formation.
Potassium (K) maintains osmotic pressure and water balance in cells, controls stomatal function in leaves, the plants retain moisture better, and they are more resistant to droughts and low temperatures. Potassium accelerates the transport of photosynthesis products from leaves to seeds, increases the weight of seeds and improves their quality.
Copper (Cu) participates in the metabolism of proteins and carbohydrates, and forms lignin, which is a structural element of cell strength, as a result of which it increases resistance to fungal and bacterial diseases. Copper is a catalyst for photosynthesis and respiratory processes. It is especially necessary in peat soils.
Biostimulants – In recent years there has been an increased interest in research on lactic acid bacteria (LAB), as they can directly help control plant diseases and plant growth by modulating the uptake of important nutrients such as phosphorus and potassium, nitrogen fixation and the production of plant hormones.
Salicylic Acids – The plant hormone salicylic acid (SA) plays an essential role in the regulation of various biological processes throughout the life of the plant. SA is an endogenous signal that can trigger a plant defense response both at the site of infection and in the systemic tissue of the plant.
L-proline is an essential amino acid, which is important in more than ten processes of the growth and development of the plant such as regulation of osmotic pressure, regulation of stomata opening, seed swelling, stimulation of pollen germination, stimulation of photosynthesis, and regulation of chlorophyll formation.
- forms firmer fruits with higher nutritional value and longer shelf life,
- the plants are invulnerable to pests or pathogens,
- the plants are more resistant to high/low temperatures,
- stimulates the absorption of all nutrients existing in the soil,
- stimulates the formation of root hair,
- activates the synthesis of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats,
- stimulates photosynthesis, energy and metabolism,
- the plants grow healthier and stronger.
|Density 20C, g/ml
Immunofit Pro can be used in mixtures with many fertilizers and pesticides (insecticides, fungicides). Do not use with products containing high amounts of copper (Cu), sulfur (S), mineral oils, and with alkaline products (pH>8). Before mixing it is recommended to make a small amount of the mixture in order to check whether there is no sediment formed, it is recommended to spray in a small area in order to check whether there is no phytotoxic effect on plants.