AminoQuelant®- Fe

Iron stress corrector

AminoQuelant® - Fe is a product based on L-α-amino acids from Enzymatic Hydrolysis and Iron (Fe).

What is it? What is it for?

The combined application of amino acids and Iron contribute to improving the assimilation of Iron and a much faster and effective distribution towards the consumption points.

 

Benefits

  • Prevention and correction of iron chlorosis
  • Crop stimulation for faster recovery from stress caused by Iron deficiency
  • Rapid assimilation and response by the plant.

Datasheet

Dose and instructions for use

AminoQuelant® - Fe can be applied to all types of crops by foliar spraying or localised irrigation. Particularly recommended for crops that often suffer from iron chlorosis, such as: vegetables, strawberries, pome fruit trees, stone fruit trees, citrus, olive trees, vines, cotton, ornamental plants, etc.

 

Dose

  • Foliar spray: various applications every 7-15 days at 250-500 mL/hL or 2.5-5 L/ha.
  • Drip irrigation: 5-10 L/ha every 7-15 days by irrigation.

 

Application time

Recommended for use in treatment programmes (2 to 4 applications during a period of from 7 to 15 days) whenever the first symptoms of iron chlorosis are suspected or develop.

 

Composition

Free amino acids 5% (w/w)
Iron (Fe) 5% (w/w)
Total nitrogen (N) 2% (w/w)
Organic nitrogen (N) 1% (w/w)
Organic matter 15% (w/w)

(*) The formula contains all biologically active free amino acids: ASP, SER, GLU, GLY, HIS, ARG, THR, ALA, PRO, CIS, TYR, VAL, MET, LYS, ILE, LEU, PHE, TRP

Field Trials

  • Trial of AminoQuelant® - Fe (Sevilla, Spain) on pepper
  • Trial of AminoQuelant® - Fe (Barcelona, Spain) on tomato
  • Trial of AminoQuelant® - Fe (Sevilla, Spain) on tomato
  • Trial of AminoQuelant® - Fe (Barcelona, Spain) on strawberry
  • Trial of AminoQuelant® - Fe (Lleida, Spain) on peach trees
  • Trial of AminoQuelant® - Fe (Murcia, Spain) on pear trees
  • Trial of AminoQuelant® - Fe (Sevilla, Spain) on mandarin trees
  • Trial of AminoQuelant® - Fe (Barcelona, Spain) on golf-course turfgrass