Enzymes are highly specialised protein molecules that are produced by bacteria and fungi. With the aid of enzymes, cellulose and pectin groups of dead plant parts, such as the roots, are broken down at an accelerated rate. This releases many nutrients for the plant's micro life.
They act as an accelerator (catalyst) for countless biochemical processes in which molecules are converted into another form.
Because the roots are supplied with nutrients from the surrounding micro life, stimulating the micro life in the root environment results in an increased absorption capacity. The micro life amplifies, so to say, the absorption surface of the root.
A good root system, though, has got many young growth points. Precisely at these growth points, the double-acting elements, such as calcium, magnesium and iron, are absorbed. The micro life also provides a certain amount of protection against disease generators.
Components: water, sorbitol, sugar, cellulase enzymes, pectinase enzymes. Stabilized enzyme solution with declared activity: 25 BPU and 2 FBG.
Dosage of Plagron Enzymes in the period of growth:
outside: 4 l per 1000 m² in the beginning
afterwards 1 l per 1000 m²
Plagron Enzymes on substrate: 0,5 l per 100 l water in the beginning
afterwards 0,2-0,3 l per 100 l water
|Product weight:||0,43 Kg|