Probelte - Products - Kiperdis
Nutrients and various
Amino acids with micronutrients
Kíperdis is a product developed to stimulate setting in horticultural crops (tomato, pepper, aubergine, green beans, courgette, melon and watermelon) and fruit trees (peach, pear tree and cherry tree) and citrus (orange tree and lemon tree). In its aminogram, the proportion of Tryptophan stands out above everything else.
- Free amino acids: 17% w/w
- Total nitrogen: 8% w/w
- Organic nitrogen: 2% w/w
- Iron (Fe) water soluble: 3% w/w
- Manganese (Mn) water soluble: 2% w/w
- Zinc (Zn) water soluble: 2% w/w
- Amino acids coming obtained from hydrolised proteins of animal origin.
- pH (1%): 7.5
- Presentation: Soluble powder (SP)
- Packaging: 1 kg
Application only in drip irrigation.Treatments are the same for all crops, with the first treatment being applied 20-25 days from planting, except for green beans when it should be applied once the first flowering has started. The following treatment after that will be after the first flowering of the crop.
Tomato: apply in greenhouse or outdoors using doses of 1.5 kg/ha.
Pepper: apply in greenhouse or outdoors using doses of 1.25 kg/ha.
Aubergine: apply in greenhouse or outdoors using doses of 1.25 kg/ha.
Bean: apply in greenhouse or outdoors using doses of 1.5 kg/ha.
Melon: apply in greenhouse or outdoors using doses of 1.5 kg/ha.
Watermelon: apply in greenhouse or outdoors using doses of 1.25 kg/ha.
Courgette: apply in greenhouse or outdoors using doses of 1.5 kg/ha.
Number of treatments:
In spring, in greenhouse or outdoors: 2 treatments.
In summer, outdoors 2 treatments and greenhouse, 3.
In autumn, outdoors 3 treatments and greenhouse, 4.
In winter, in greenhouse or outdoors: 4 treatments
Citrus and fruit trees:
Orange tree: apply using doses of 50 g/plant.
Lemon tree: using doses of 30 g/plant.
Peach: apply using doses of 70 g/plant.
Pear tree: apply using doses of 80 g/plant.
Cherry tree: apply using doses of 70 g/plant.
- Tryptophan is a precursor of indolylacetic acid (AIA), which is necessary for the synthesis of the natural auxine of plants.
- The main organic processes that auxines control are: initiation of the radicle and adventitious roots, retention of flowers and fruits, the change from flower to fruit, how young the foliage is (complex interaction).
- Auxines in low doses stimulate the metabolism and development while in high doses they depress them.
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