Application methods

  • for seed, foliar and root treatment, soil fertilizing;
  • for watering furrows, tree holes, for soaking seedlings, stalks, roots, bulbs;
  • for spraying by all kinds of sprayers, sprinkling machines and in drip irrigation (the filter size bigger than 50 mc) with water of any hardness;
  • with any weed and pest killers, macro and micro fertilizers.

Application rates

1. Seed treatment: 0.7 – 2 l/t.

2. Soaking seedlings and saplings: 50-100 g/10 l water.

3. Foliar treatment: 1-2 l/ha.

4. Conventional watering: 100-200 ml/1000 l water

5. Drip irrigation: 200-300 ml/1 km drip tube.


No overdose. Bio-gel is quite safe both for people and animals!

Recommended rates depending on the crop and application method

 
CROP TIMING OF APPLICATION RECOMMENDATIONS RATES
Cereals, legumes, sunflower, millet, buckwheat, maize, rape, industrial crops, etc seed treatment spraying 1,0-2,0 l/t per 10 l water
Potatoes bulb treatment soaking for 2-4 hour 50-100 ml per 10 l water
Vegetables pre-sowing seed treatment
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seedlings
spraying
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soaking for 4-8 hour
2,0 l/t per 10 l water
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50 ml per 10 l water
Fruit trees, berry bushes, grapes saplings, stalks soaking for 12-24 hour 50-100 ml per 10 l water
Cereals, legumes, sunflower, millet, buckwheat, maize, rape, industrial crops, etc foliar application treatment in the phase of 3-4 leaves, early tillering, booting and milky-wax ripeness 1,0-2,0 l/ha
Vegetables foliar application treatment after transplanting, during flowering and fruit formation 1,5-2,5 l/ha
Fruit trees, berry bushes, grapes foliar application treatment before and after flowering 2,0-3,0 l/ha
Vegetables, maize fertigation during the whole vegetation period 200-300 ml per 1 km / drops
 

Effect

  • better germination, higher germinating capacity, uniformity of germination;
  • natural improvement of nitrogen, potassium and phosphorous nutrition;
  • enhancing plant immunity to fungal and bacterial diseases;
  • natural adaptogen (antidepressant), protection against chemical stress, drought, late frosts, temperature difference;
  • 8-30% higher yields (organic fertilizer);
  • Improved soil structure, restored soil fertility.