Total Nitrogen : 0.01 %m/m
Thiobacillus Ssp. : 107 cm3
Alanine (Total) : 0.503 %m/m
Arginine (Total) : 0.277 %m/m
Aspartic (Total) : 0.244 %m/m
Cystine (Total) : 0.081 %m/m
Glutamic (Total) : 0.465 %m/m
Glycine (Total) : 1.249 %m/m
Histidine (Total) : 0.028 %m/m
Iso-Leucine (Total) : 0.065 %m/m
Lysine (Total) : 0.134 %m/m
Methionine (Total) : 0.034 %m/m
Phenylalanine (Total) : 0.088 %m/m
Proline (Total) : 0.675 %m/m
Serine (Total) : 0.052 %m/m
Threonine (Total) : 0.035 %m/m
Tyrosine (Total) : 0.005 %m/m
Valine (Total) : 0.113 %m/m
Tryptophan : 0.0005 %m/m
New Improved formula
CROPAID ANTIFROST MAX
Probiotic Natural Biostimulant EC Fertiliser For Foliar Applications and Fertigation
Developed From a Concentrate of 100% Natural L Amino Acids Through Enzymatic Hydrolysis and Natural Plant Antifreeze
Antifrost Max releases and reinforces different reactions in the plant’s metabolism. Its mode of action has a similar to effect to that of plant hormones and natural regulators. It has the ability to increase resistance of crops and plants to cold and frost injuries and biotic and abiotic stresses. Can be used to prevent plant injuries as well as cure them.
Contains necessary building blocks of amino acids and enzymes for plants to use to produce their own AFP (Antifreeze Proteins)
Application: Apply in general when the crop is most active at transplanting, flowering, formation and ripening of fruit and stressful situations. Dilute with water in 1:200 ratios and spray fine mist all over the plants and crops until run off. For drip irrigation recommended 5 kg/ha
Compatibility: In principle Antifrost Max should not be mixed with herbicides whose mode of action is to disrupt the amino-acid chain. When applying by fertigation do not mix with Nitric Acid. Never add directly in to a crop sprayer tank, always premix thoroughly and add when the sprayer is 80% full.
Amino acids in
ANTIFROST MAX and their characteristics
Stimulates chlorophyll synthesis and metabolism in the formation of growth hormones.
It is also a precursor of fruit aromas and flavours.
Stimulates root growth and also takes part in chlorophil synthesis.
Precursor of polyamides that activate cell multiplication.
Essential in cases of phosphorus deficiency (as shown by Rabe & Lowatt 1904) and in deficiences of other elements such as Magnezium (Mg), Potassium (K), Calcium (Ca), Manganese (Mn), and Zink (Zn).
Very common in the soil.
Involved in the formation of Nitrogen reserves.
Regulates production related processes.
Improves pollen germination, activates development of growth tissues (meristems).
Stimulates growth of young leaves.
Provides resistance in stress situations, enhances photosynthesis and chlorophyll synthesis.
Takes part in chlorophyll synthesis and has a chelating effect.
Involved in the formation of young leaves.
Protein amino acid.
Improves phosphorus deficiency.
Essential amino acid.
Deficiency can impair root development.
Together with Glutamic Acid, it is the most commonly found amino acid in woody tissues, branches and shoots and in olive leaves.
Protein amino acid.
Assists photosynthesis, chlorophyll synthesis and stoma opening.
Vital link in ethylene synthesis, wich improve fruit ripening.
A significant influence in root development.
Precursor of lignin, a component of wood and the woody parts of plants.
Regulates water balance and takes part in chlorophill synthesis.
Improves plants resistance to adverse situations.
Has antioxidant properties.
Plays an important role in photosynthesis.
In chloroplasts (photosystem II), it acts as an electron donor in the reduction of oxidized chlorophyll.
Together with other compounds, it is present in olive branches and leaves.
Precursor of fruit aromas.
Gives resistance to plants in stress situations.
As a component of cell osmosis in plants, it causes decrease in hydric losses during drought, improves moisture content of biopolymers and acts as an energy source, increasing the resistance of plants exposed to these conditions.
Protects against cold, drought or excess salt stress by strengthening cell walls.
Improves pollen germination and fertility.
Regulates cell wall metabolism and water by regulating cell osmosis.
Consequently, it is important in conditions of drought and extremely high or low temperatures (Steward, Aspinall & Paleg 1981).