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Description :

It is a biotechnologically derived product in chelated form and it is bio-available to crops under various environmental conditions.By this technology, insoluble minerals are transformed into highly water soluble micro particles. The ability of a mineral to be utilized by the plant is primarily a matter of size. These micro particles are absorbed at lower dosages (bio-available) by the plant cells very effectively. The concentration of minerals in ARYAPRO is much higher than other available chelates. This is nano technology at its best!

This product contains organic carbon ,organic potassium chelated with gluconic  acid& amino acid bond.This bond facilitates the

protection /encapsulation of nutrients till the time it is released to the crops.

Generally, during the potash deficiency the plant growth is  very  slow & stunted. Tips and margins of older leaves turn yellow and gradually decay. Fruits and grains are not of uniform size and weighless. Typical potash fertilizers are salts of the element POTASSIUM and are not completely available to the crops, because of its leaching & fixation properties. The addition of bioavailable ARYAPRO- K in fertigation program ensures higher production as well as an increase of fatty acids content in the oil seeds.

It  can be used  to cure  potash deficiency in all crops. It  improves plant resistance to draught conditions. It reduces the intensity of chlorosis.

Applications :

  • Dilution rate : 3 to 5 ml. per liter of water.

    Liquid : It is recommended to spray/soil drench/drip irrigate  ARYAPRO-K at stress period of life cycle in plants (Vegetative growth & productive growth phase), hence for at least three different stages:

    1st application at 7 days after transplantation/ early vegetative phase

    2nd Application during flowering stages

    3rd Application during panicle initiation or fruit formation stage.