Rhyzo FL


Think Green

Organic root bioactivator.


Available packaging

1, 5, 20, 220 y 1.000 L

  • It activates rooting in the critical phases of the crop cycle.

  • Ensures a homogeneous and optimal crop development from the initial stage.

  • Reduces the stress from transplant, winter dormancy release and post flooding, due to its biostimulant components.

RHYZO FL is a liquid, organic and non-hormonal root enhancer based on specific amino acids and rooting bioinductors, without phosphorus, that promote secondary and tertiary root development in every phase where this process has a meaningful importance, such as transplants, re-generation of damaged root system, etc.

RHYZO FL is a formulation that may be applied with mycorrhiza, since it does not contain phosphorus and will improve root system growth and facilitate the mycorrhizal installation.

  • Vegetables

    2,5 L/ha

  • Fruit Trees

    Young: 5-8 cc / ft, Adult: 8-10 cc / ft

  • Raw crops

    200-300 cc / 100 kg seed

Available in more than 11 countries, highlighting:

  • Europe

    Albania, Croatia, Greece, Spain, Switzerland.

  • North America

    Canada, Jamaica, Panama, United States of America.

  • Asia

    Iran, Japan.


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RHYZO FL is composed of:

  1. Free amino acids, which are precursors of auxins and polyamines.
  2. Zinc, which stimulates root development and produces an activation of AIA.
  3. Bioinducers, which enhance the rooting.
  4. Nitrogen, which promotes the development of the plant.

The free amino acids present in RHYZO FL come from bacterial fermentation encompassed in our BNS Platform technology, which allows us to adapt to each type of soil, crop and climate.

Phenological phase

    • Sowing
    • Planting
    • Rooting
    • Emergence

    • Vegetative development
    • Sprouting
    • Tillering
    • Stem elongation

    • Vegetative development
    • Blooming
    • Vegetative development
    • Fruit setting
    • Vegetative development
    • Emergence of the inflorescence

    • Fruit Growth
    • Ripening
    • Grain Filling
    • Ripening

    • Harvesting
    • Post-harvest life

  • All kinds of crops
  • Row crops

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