Zhyva М Syntez for fruit and berry crops

Liquid growth stimulant concentrate based on effective microorganisms for foliar feeding and stress relief. Contains living microorganisms, together with synthesized biologically active substances that provide fruit and berry crops with available forms of complex nutrition (macro- and microelements, amino acids, polysaccharides and other necessary elements balanced for the respective crops).

230uah

1 l
1023uah

5 l
2035uah

10 l
4073uah

20 l
  • soaking cuttings and seedlings before planting;
  • foliar feeding to relieve the effects of stress;
  • foliar fertilization.
  • provides rapid rooting and development of a strong root system;
  • stimulates and enhances plant growth;
  • improves budding and fruiting;
  • increases the weight, quantity and taste of the crop;
  • strengthens plant immunity and promotes resistance to disease;
  • increases resistance to the influence of negative factors: drought, temperature changes, pesticides, etc .;
  • high compatibility in the tank mix and enhances the effect of phytosanitary treatments.

SEEDLINGS:

  • for fruit trees, bush berry crops and grapes, the solution is prepared per 1 seedling at the rate of 100 ml of the drug and 100 g of yellow clay per 1 liter of water,
  • for strawberries – 50 ml per 1 liter of water.
    * Plant immediately after soaking.

FRUIT TREES (apple, cherry, sweet cherry, pear, peach, etc.) per 1 hectare:

  • in early spring: 50 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • before flowering: 50 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • after flowering in 14-21 days: 50 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • fruit filling period: 75 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • 10-15 days after harvest: 75 ml per 5 liters of water.

* The cost of the working solution per tree may vary depending on age.

GRAPES on 1 hundred parts:

  • in early spring: 50 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • before flowering: 30 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • after flowering in 14-21 days: 100 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • during the period of fruit filling: 30 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • 10-15 days after harvest: 100 ml per 5 liters of water.

BUILT BERRIES (gooseberries, currants, raspberries) per 1 hectare:

  • in early spring: 200 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • before flowering: 50 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • after flowering in 14-21 days: 50 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • 10-15 days after harvest: 50 ml per 5 liters of water.

STRAWBERRY (traditional varieties) per 1 hectare:

  • when 2-3 leaves appear: 100 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • before flowering: 50 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • after flowering in 14-21 days: 50 ml per 5 liters of water;
  • 10-15 days after harvest: 50 ml per 5 liters of water.

Phosphorus, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Sulfur, Iron, Copper, living microorganisms, amino acids, fulvic acids, humic acids, sugars and polysaccharides.

Shelf life 12 months from the date of production.

Store in a sealed package, in a dark place at a temperature of +5 to +25 degrees and a relative humidity of 75%.

Shake before use.











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