Fertilizer Seaweed Extract Biostimulant is a product that contains a high concentration of pure seaweed extract (Ascophyllum Nodosum) that contributes to the plant. The Ascophyllum Nodosum seaweed contains Nitrogen, Potassium and Phophorus as well as a great variety of secundary elements and trace elements ( magnesium, calcium, manganese, boron, zinc, etc..). Vegetal biostimulants ( mannitol, alginic acid, and other) amono acids (glutamic acid, alanine, phenylalanine, glycine, proline, lysine, ect) and also contains cytokinin, mainly zetain which has got a great biologic activity. Equally it has been verified the presence of auxins and gibberellins.
In general, the extracts of seaweed increase the yield of the culture and the assimilation of organic nutrients of the ground, prolongs the period of maturation of the fruits, improves the germination of radicular , increases the resistance to the conditions of stress, they significantly reduce to the degradation of the chlorophyll increasing the cellular metabolism and contribute to alleviate saline stress
USE FOR WHICH IT IS RECOMMENDED
- To get better crop development.
- To improve the roots development.
- To get better flowering and fruit set.
- To increase the photosintetic activity.
- To increase the accumulation of sugars in the fruits.
- To help the plant to get over stress situations.
- To contribute to the soil microbial activity.
The extracts of seaweed have regulating effects of the growth that simulate of optimal form the development of vegetables increasing their physiological activity.
This bioactivator effect which had to a large extent to the cytokinins, is pronounced mainly in the celular division, increase of the carbohydrate production and proteins in addition to an suitable synthesis of the chlorophyll that give rise to an intensification of the photosynthesis. The cytokinins inhibit certain reactions of the cellular catabolism that cause the destruction of the chlorophyl and the aging in general. In addition they also stimulate the cellular extension and they take part in the growth ordered of the embryo during development of the seeds. Also to a lesser extent the extract of seaweed contains macro and micronutrients, Auxins and Gibberellins, betaines, Carbohydrates and polyalcohols.