Rhyzo

Biostimulants

Think Green

Organic root bioactivator.

Fertigation

Available packaging

1, 5 Kg

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

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

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

RHYZO is a natural and organic root enhancer that promotes rooting and improves secondary and tertiary roots development (root hair) in every stage where this process has a meaningful importance, such as transplants, re-generation of damaged root system, winter dormancy release, etc.

It is a non-hormonal new formulation based on the advantageous effects of a specific Aminogram, complemented with unique rooting bio-inductors and strengthened with a rich phosphorus formulation.

  • Vegetables

    1 Kg/ha

  • Fruit Trees

    4 g/tree, Adult: 6-8 g/tree

Available in more than 25 countries, highlighting:

  • Africa

    Algeria, Morocco, Senegal, Tunisia.

  • South America

    Argentina, Brazil.

  • Europe

    Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Portugal, Spain.

  • North America

    Canada, Jamaica, Mexico.

  • Colombia, Serbia.

  • Asia

    India, Japan, Turkey.

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Technologies

RHYZO is formulated with:

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

The free amino acids present in RHYZO 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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