Winter : late snowfalls
Resistance to stress and nutritional action
This winter is especially harsh with late snowfalls. Crops grown on open fields and under plastic unheated greenhouses (lettuce, cabbage, spinach …) develop very heterogeneously because of considerable contrasts in temperature. In heated greenhouses (tomato, off soil strawberry), the photosynthetic activity of crops depends on the resistance of plant cells in stressful conditions.
Fruit tree flowering stage is near. At this particularly sensitive period (frost risks, heterogeneous flowering …), weather conditions also influence the resistance of crops and nutrient availability.
ANTYS PMg and ANTYS Ca : treatment for physiological dysfunctions, at flowering and fruit-set stages and during fruit and vegetable growth..
ANTYS PMg, two actions : an Antys action enhancing resistance to stress (low temperatures) and nutritional action thanks to phosphorus and magnesium, to nitrogen and boron. ANTYS improves plant resistance in stressful situations (cracking and oxidation due to cold spells, sunlight deficit…). As soon as bud burst, phosphorus synergy, a high energy promoter (40% P205), magnesia (8,5% MgO), nitrogen and boron (4% N et 0,3% B), improves flowering and photosynthesis.
ANTYS Ca, two actions : an Antys action enhancing resistance to stress and nutritional action thanks to phosphorus and calcium. ANTYS promotes fruit and vegetable resistance by limiting skin micro cracking and oxidation risks (early cell oxidation), burn by snow. ANTYS corrects growth deficiencies (weight loss, short keeping time, necrosis).
The ANTYS phospho-calcic synergy (30% P205, 7% Ca0) brings calcium readily available plants and essential to the swelling and preservation of fruit and vegetables.
ANTYS PMg should be used for foliar spray or management of flowering at the amount of 3 to 5L/ha in 2 applications.
ANTYS Ca should be used for foliar application as soon as vegetables begin to swell land or as early as fruit set at the amount of 3 to 5L/ha with 2 or 3 applications at 8-10day interval (on planted plants at the amount of 15 to 20L/ha which can be fractioned).