BIOSMART for a sparkling and harmonious flowering
Secure flowering to promote a better yield
By activating the plants’ internal metabolism right from the flowering stage, Biosmart® helps to secure the flowering stage, the key time for yield elaboration. Applying it around the flowering stage helps to protect the plant against the effects of unexpected changes in weather conditions in this decisive phase. A biostimulant which encourages consistent flowering in order to improve the fruit set rate and, therefore, improve yields.
Biosmart® is a biostimulant based on yeast fermentation metabolites which is naturally rich in amino acids and organic elements fermented by the yeast. When applied, it stimulates the plants’ internal metabolism, triggering genomic, metabolic, cellular and physiological responses.
The application of Biosmart® on grape, orchards and vegetables helps to protect the flowering stage.
A biostimulant which meets the needs of growers
REDUCTION IN ABORTED FLOWERS
- Improved resistance to unexpected weather events (temperature variation, drought, etc.)
- Protection of the blossom
- Increase in the fruit set rate
- Homogeneous development of fruits and increase in weight at harvest
EASY TO USE
- Liquid formula for foliar application, easy to use
- Suitable for use in conventional and organic farming
- Compatible with plant protection products as well as copper and sulphur
- Stable product with no storage restrictions
Applications to suit the specific crop, promoting the fertilisation of fruits
First applications of Biosmart® from when separate bunches appear on grape and from the first signs of blossoming in orchards and on vegetables promote a more consistent fertilisation of the fruits. In particular, it helps to establish the pollination stage in order to prevent flower abortion and to ensure that the plant moves from the vegetative stage to the reproductive stage.
Multiple applications every 15 to 20 days during blossoming will ensure improved fruit setting as well as consistent development of the fruits, helping to reduce yield losses.