Amiksol

Plants can absorb substances from the environment through roots and leaves. Foliar, plants absorb the active substances of pesticides, plant nutrition products, bio stimulators. By foliar application of amino acids contained in the preparation Amiksol through the stomatal openings, through the phloem, they reach all parts of the plant where they promote cell division and elongation of cells and organs.

What role do amino acids play for plants?

Amino acids as an integral part of protein play a very important role in plant cells. All 20 amino acids have a specific function in the biological cycles of the plant: they stimulate photosynthesis, slow down the processes, and strengthen the plant.

Plants, unlike animals, have the ability to synthesize all amino acids. They need a large amount of energy for synthesis, so in stressful situations such as drought, frost, hail, high temperatures, attacks of diseases and pests, synthesis is reduced or disabled.

How do the amino acids from Amixol work?

The L-Amino acids contained in the preparation Amiksol are of plant origin obtained by microbiological hydrolysis. By foliar application, they are directly involved in plant metabolism and are incorporated into proteins that participate in plant regeneration.

The use of Amixol in stressful situations and in situations when the plant has a greater need for amino acids (intensive vegetative growth, formation, and growth of fruits), affects the accelerated recovery and the creation of favorable conditions for plant growth and development.

Amixol contains 16% free amino acids. By a special process of hydrolysis of plant origin materials, using bacterial enzymes, free L-amino acids which are biologically active and have a very important role in plant metabolism are obtained.

How does Amixol work?

When the plant is in a state of stress due to high or low temperature, inadequate water regime, disturbed diet, damage from the hail, pests, diseases, the synthesis of amino acids and proteins is reduced.
By using AMIXOL free L – amino acids, they quickly pass through the cell membrane and are directly involved in protein synthesis, as a result of which the plant recovers quickly.

What do the amino acids from Amixol affect?

The amino acids found in AMIXOL are rapidly absorbed through the stoma and involved in plant metabolism. They affect:

  1. Protein synthesis, because they are precursors for their formation. They contain both acidic and basic groups, acting as buffers so that they maintain the pH of the plant cells appropriate. They are a source of nitrogen for the plant, in a form much more affordable than inorganic nitrogen.
  2. Resistance to stress conditions such as high, low temperatures, low humidity, frost, insect attacks, floods, strong winds. Application before, during, and after these conditions recovers physiological function and returns it to normal.
  3. Photosynthesis: Amino acids are fundamental for the formation of vegetative tissue and the synthesis of chlorophyll. A higher concentration of chlorophyll means more intensive processes of photosynthesis. High levels of photosynthesis provide faster and stronger plant growth, and with an increased concentration of chlorophyll and plants are greener.
  4. Movement of the stomata: Stomata regulate the water regime of the plant, the absorption of micro and macro elements as well as the exchange of gases. When the stoma is closed, photosynthesis is at a low level and transpiration is reduced. The metabolic balance of the plant is then negative. Amino acids help the opening of the stoma.
  5. Pollination and fruit formation: They increase the germination of pollen and the length of the pollen tube.
  6. Phytohormones: Amino acids are precursors and activators of photo-hormones.

AMIXOL contains 16% free, plant L-amino acids. AMIXOL is obtained by enzymatic hydrolysis of high-quality plant proteins. In the process of hydrolysis, enzymes of PGP bacteria – proteinases were used, which in the process of fermentation break down proteins into amino acids that are in the L – form.

This technological process has a number of advantages over chemical hydrolysis when strong acids and proteins from animals (meat, hair, feathers, skin) are used, from which amino acids are formed in L and D form. Plants cannot incorporate D-shaped amino acids into their proteins and as such are not beneficial to plants.

When and in what amount do we use Amixol?

Amixol is used foliar or through a drip system:

1. 1. Field crops

In the amount of 2-3 l / ha in the phase of intensive growth 2 times during the vegetation. It can be mixed with pesticides.

2. Vegetables and flowers

In the amount of 1-2 l / ha every 10-15 days.

3. Orcharding

In the amount of 2-3 l / ha in the following pheno-phases:

  • After flowering.
  • After the formation of walnut-sized fruits.
  • In the phase when the fruit changes the color.

4. Drop by drop system

2-3 l / ha by drop by drop system, 3 to 4 times during the growing season.

5. In stressful conditions

3–4 l / ha

What will you get by using Amixol?

  • Increased protein synthesis and increased chlorophyll content;
  • Stimulation of photosynthesis and transpiration;
  • Encouraging the opening of the stomata on plants and the adoption of macro- and microelements.
  • Rapid recovery of plants after stress

 

 

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