It’s almost springtime…Lethargy is over!
Brecaut LG carrier.
BRECAUT Plus is a fertilizer made from calcium and ammonium nitrate. Combined use with BRECAUT LG stimulates, in some fruit crops (grapes, cherries, kiwis), a more uniform opening of the buds and the reduction of unproductive ones. It is well known that plants at the end of the season enter a resting phase associated with dormancy. This phenomenon, which prevents sudden hot days from inducing the plant to germinate out of season, lasts until the plant has accumulated a certain number of hours of cold (differing from species to species and among varieties). After which, if the temperatures are high enough, the buds will open up and develop. Sometimes the number of cold-hours is not reached, or reached too late, so the plant is unable to germinate regularly, or does so with considerable delay. BRECAUT Plus and BRECAUT LG satisfy this need of cold and bring about a smooth budding process. Among the advantages of applying BRECAUT Plus and BRECAUT LG are: increasing in the amount of open buds; early and uniform flowering; increasing of production and earlier ripening of fruits; and, really important on kiwifruit crops, developmental uniformity, with synchronization of flowering, between plants of the opposite sex .
Editorial: (available only in italian language)
L’innovazione varietale e tecnologica per l’agricoltura del nord-barese-Meeting a Barletta_FreshPlaza.pdf
Interested crops and directions for use
|Table grape||foliar||2% of the final solution||4 weeks before the expected date of opening of the buds with the addition of 90-100 l/ha of Brecaut LG. Just use 500-600 liters of water per hectare.|
|Cherry||foliar||1.5-2% of the final solution||4-5 weeks before the expected date of opening of the buds with the addition of 70 l/ha of Brecaut LG. Just use 500-600 liters of water per hectare.|
|Actinidia||foliar||2% of the final solution||4-5 weeks before the expected date of opening of the buds with the addition of 90-100 l/ha of Brecaut LG. Just use 600-800 liters of water per hectare.|
4 x 4 L