Albite - biofingitsid, a stimulator, an antistressant, antidote
ALBITE is a complex medicine, antidote, an antistresant, biofungicide (for 75%) and a growth factor (for 25%) which is applied to processing of seeds and extra root top dressing of plants.
Basis of medicine is not live bacteria, but the active ingredient received by their microbic fermentation.
Composition of the medicine Albite:
поли-β-гидроксимасляная acid from soil bacteria (Bacillus
megaterium and Pseudomonas aureofaciens), terpenic acids of
coniferous extract, the balanced starting set macro - and
The antidotal (antistress) effect of Albite when using with chemical pesticides makes from 5 to 93%, otherwise, Albite is capable to prevent such losses of a harvest.
Stimulates growth and increases productivity of crops
Medicine steadily for 12-23% raises a grain yield, sugar beet, sunflower, potatoes, flax, vegetable, leguminous, fruit, fodder herbs and other main crops (it is tested on 50 cultures).
Fungicide effect of Albite is based on strengthening of immunity of plants, stimulation of their natural ability to resist diseases. Thanks to strengthening of natural protective mechanisms of plants, Albite works as system fungicide of a broad spectrum of activity.
Owing to the mechanism of action (immunization) medicine has the pronounced preventive and weak treating effect and does not possess the eradicating action.
Strengthens supply of plants with batteries
Due to reproduction in the soil of azotfiksator, fosfatsolyubiliziruyushchy and other useful bacteria Albite increases efficiency of elements of mineral food by 18-47% plants from the soil and fertilizers. As a result, plants use the available nutritious resources more effectively.
Increases drought resistance of plants
Provides a stable harvest
High reproducibility of effect of medicine (ability to provide a stable harvest in different conditions) opens broad prospects for its application.
Reproducibility of effect of Albite is on average twice higher, than at other biological products.
Application: 30-40 g/hectare; 40-50 g/t