Cauliflower

Cauliflower is a relatively cool-season crop, with optimum growth temperature around 17 °C, but it also tolerates rather low temperatures. It also tolerates wide range of pH values (5.5–7.5) and rather brackish soils. Special attention must be paid to sufficient application of Boron. The most common effect of B deficiency is hollowing of the stem due to cracking of the pith.
Best cauliflower mineral nutrition regime includes the use of CRFs, fertigation with fully-soluble fertilizers and foliar feeding.

Agroleaf Power Calcium

11-5-19+9CaO+2.5MgO+TE

Agroleaf Power Calcium prevents and corrects situations of calcium deficiencies. Instances like these are: excess evaporation and calcium sensitive crops such as lettuce, cabbage and fruits.

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Agroleaf Power Magnesium

10-5-10+16MgO+32SO3+TE

Agroleaf Power Magnesium contains NPK, MgO and SO3. It cures and prevents magnesium deficiencies found in soils like: acidic, light and sand. It also increases photosynthesis and chlorophyll creation. It is great to use for crop recovery, stress relief and cell stretching.

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Agroleaf Liquid Calcium+

An innovative liquid fertilizer fortified with three technologies to boost absorption to help avoid Ca deficiences in fruit and vegetable crops.

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Agroleaf Liquid Total +

Total+ is a balanced nutrient and plant biostimulant. It has been formulated to provide the plant with targeted stress relief when the plant needs it most. 

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IntraCell IntraCell

IntraCell is based on a pure, very high concentration, natural osmoprotectant, which is produced via a patented extraction procedure. In addition to points mentioned already the product has the following major benefits to offer:-

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Rise P Rise P

An innovative plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) plus yeast fractions particularly focused on increasing phosphorus and metallic ions availability to plants.

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Rise S Rise S

An innovative plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) particularly focused on increasing sulphur availability to plants.

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