The fertilizer contains high amount of boron, zinc (especially important for fruit), as well as calcium. Due to the high level of manufacture and using of new chelates (IDHA) for the chelatesation of microelements is easily fixing by plants, which indicates its high efficiency. The rapid fixing of microelements provides growth of vegetables and fruit crops, increases their resistance to unfavorable factors and allows to get high and quality yield.
All fruit plantations require the high-fertile soils.
Application of the fertilizer CIBUS Max, MG at plantations of fruit influences on formation of high quality fruit, increases the quantity of yield and terms of its storage. There is a phenomenon of synergism – increased fixing of nutrients from the soil after foliar application of CIBUS Max, MG.
DEFICIENCY OF MAGNESIUM (Mg) and CALCIUM (CaO): fruits are very sensitive to the shortage of these micronutrients because they provide the strength of cell membranes and walls.
DEFICIENCY OF CALCIUM (CaO) leads to a spotting of apples, pears and peaches, as well as cracking and softening of cherries.
DEFICIENCY OF BORON (B) appears especially in dry years and causes top-drying and rosette of leaves of fruit, as well as internal and external suberization of fruits, which leads to falling of fruits even before their ripening. Boron affects the amount of blossom dust.
DEFICIENCY OF COPPER (Cu) causes exanthema of fruit plants. This disease affects apple, pear, plums, peaches and leads to the death of trees.
DEFICIENCY OF MAGNESIUM (Mg): the typical feature of the majority of fruits is chlorosis between the fibers. The leaves in the upper part of the crown fall early, fruits are lighter in color with cracks appearing on them.
DEFICIENCY OF ZINC (Zn) causes disease of fruit that are known by various names: rosette disease, yellows, etc., which affect apple, pear, plum, cherry, apricot, peach and grape.