|Nitrogen /total/||4,7 – 5,7%|
|N /organic/||1,4 – 1,7%|
|N /nonorganic/||3,3 – 4,0 %|
|Phosphorus /P2O5/||2,2 – 2,7%|
|Potassium /K2O/||7,6 – 9,2%|
|Magnesium /MgO/||0,8 – 1%|
|Sulphur /SO4/||5,6 – 6,9%|
|B||0,055 – 0,075%|
|Cu*||0,027 – 0,035%|
|Fe*||0,36 – 0,45%|
|Mn*||0,8 – 1,00 %|
|Zn*||0,12 – 0,14%|
|Mo||0,012 – 0,014 %|
Amino acids based liquid organic fertilizer rich in macro and micro nutrients. Sector Hit is a liquid formula based on amino acids and peptides with low molecular weight combined with balanced combination of macro and micro nutrients. The amino acids have been derived through enzyme hydrolysis of protein-rich vegetal component for nutrition purposes (GMP-free). The proportion of the macro and micro nutrients is intended to stimulate the end stages of growth and fruit-set which are typical with the accumulation of large quantities of leaves. The product is suitable for any type of crops. Especially good results are achieved on oil-bearing and protein-packed plants due to the amino acids and the high contents of sulphur, boron, manganese, iron and other elements. If applied to vegetables or other type of plants, the product has to be combined with appropriate mineral additive from the Sector Series. If used at the beginning of the fruit-set, it is recommended to combine the product with a nitrogen fertilizer additive for better results on protein-packed plants.
The Zinc plays a significant role in the plants’ metabolism and is an important component of a number enzymes thus being a part of the RNA synthesis and the protein metabolism. It affects the photosynthesis, breathing, chlorophyll biosynthesis, phosphor, nitrogen and carbohydrate metabolisms. The zinc deficiency results in decreased protein generation and accumulation of nitrates. The phosphates metabolism and starch synthesis are adversely affected.
The zinc deficiency results further in slower plants’ growth, poor tillering, small leaves, appearance of pale and yellow stains, chlorosis, brown stains on the leaves etc. In the nutritive environment larger quantities of zinc are concentrated in the roots, less in the stem and least in the leaves. Therefore, the zinc deficiency is being very well compensated through application on leaves.
In case of Zinc deficiency:
– in maize, cereals, oil-bearing plants (sunflower, rape), fruit trees, vineyards, bush fruits (strawberries, raspberries), greenhouse plants, vegetables, potatoes, beans, soya, lucerne, clover and all cases of zinc chlorosis.
The main function of the Boron is related to the formation of plant tissue, floral organs, florescence, and pollination, penetration of mineral elements in the plants, carbohydrates, proteins and nucleic acids metabolism.
The boron deficiency results in impairment of the normal carbohydrates metabolism, suppression of protein synthesis, termination of tissue regeneration, decreased contents of vitamin C, vitamin B1 and riboflavin. This in turn results in damage of roots, vegetation tips and young leaves. They are distorted; there are visible formations on stems and fruits, stem and leaves thickening, drying of growing parts. The fruits cannot pollinate and the seeds and fruits fall off early.
In case of Boron deficiency:
– in oil-bearing plants (sunflower, rape), maize, cereals, potatoes, beetroot, cabbage, legumes /lucerne, clover/ etc.
The role of iron in the plant organism is related mainly to different amino acids, proteins and other biopolymers. Iron is contained in small quantities in the plants and plants need iron for nutrition, photosynthesis and breathing. Large quantities of iron are being accumulated in the vegetative organs. Plants use small quantities of iron over their entire vegetation period.
The iron deficiency results in iron chlorosis. Iron deficiency is primarily visible on the young leaves. Severe iron deficiency causes heavy loss of leaves’ color.
In case of iron deficiency:
– in vineyards, fruits trees, rose family /oil-bearing rose/ and all cases of iron chlorosis.
- 200-250 ml on 1 daa in the appropriate stages of vegetables, cereals and legumes, tobacco, potatoes, water melons, pumpkins, curative plants and spices, flowers, forage plants and lawns. Recommended working solution 15-20 l
- 250-300 ml on 1 daa for perennials. Recommended working solution – 20-50 l. For bush fruits – approx. 250 ml/daa at working solution – 20-30 l