Beres AminoPlant


Beres AminoPlant


amino acids 115 g/l | 10 %

nitrogen (N) 109,25 g/l | 9,5 %

potassium (K) 4,37 g/l | 0,38 %

iron (Fe) 19,55 g/l | 1,7 %

manganese (Mn) 7,94 g/l | 0,69 %

zinc (Zn) 18,52 g/l | 1,61 %

magnesium (Mg) 17,71 g/l | 1,54 %

copper (Cu) 6,33 g/l | 0,55 %

boron (В) 4,83 g/l | 0,42 %


pH 3,5-4,5

density 1,15 g/cm³

Preparation form:



canister 5 l, 1 l

Consumption rate:

0.1-0.5 l per ton of seeds

0.1-0.5 l per hectare of crops

Beres AminoPlant

universal organomineral fertilizer based on amino acids of plant origin and mineral nutrition elements in chelate form. Contains amino acids: arginine, alanine, isoleucine, leucine, tyrosine, valine, glutamic acid, tryptophan, aspartic acid, methionine, lysine, proline, glycine, threonine, serine, phenylalanine, histidine, cystine, which act as a protective mechanism in the presence of unfavorable factors, quickly becoming involved in the metabolic process of plants.

Anti-stress agent, growth stimulant, adaptogen, immunomodulator, antidote, activator of soil biological processes.

Increases germinating energy and field germination rate of seeds. Stimulates growth of the root system. Activates photosynthesis and metabolic processes in plants. Increases resistance to diseases, activating the plants’ own protective functions. Increases resistance to natural and abiotic stress. Increases the utilization rate of nutrients from mineral fertilizers and the effectiveness of plantprotection products when used together. Improves the survivability of sprout and seedlings, as well as the overwintering of perennial plants. Reduces shatter. Improves the uniformity offruit size and color. Helps increase productivity and product quality.

Crop Seed treatment Appllcatlon phases
Spring and winter grains seed dressing tillering — beginning of stem elongation flag leaf — ear formation  tlowering — beginning of milky ripeness 
Com seed dressing appearance of 3-8 leaves booting heading of panicles
Buckwheat seed dressing first pair of true leaves —  branching  budding lowering, fruit formation
Peas, chickpeas, soybeans, lentils, beans  inoculation, seed dressing seedlings — leaves of the tirst tier leaves of the second — fourth tier budding — beginning of flowering, formation of pods
Rapeseed, mustard, winter cress spring and winter  seed dressing formation of а leaf rosette — branching stem growth — beginning of and winter budding budding — beginning of flowering, formation of pods
Flax, camelina seed dressing herringbone budding, flowering seed ripening
Sunflower seed dressing 2-4 pairs of true leaves 6-8 pairs of true leaves forming ananthode — beginn1ng of flowering
Sugar beet and tаblе beet  seed dressing 2-4 pairs of true leaves 4-8 pairs of true leave — closing of crops 1n rows  closing of crops between rows
Potato steeping of tubers before planting for 15 hours sprouting — plant height 10-15 cm stem growth,  budding flowering — tuber formation
Solanaceae (tomatoes, peppers, steeping of seeds before sowing for 18-20 hours  appearance of 2-4 leaves active growth — formation of set tilling of fruits — ripening
Cabbage steeping of seeds before sowing for 15 hours  2-3 days after planting the seedlings 4-5 true leaves — beginning of glome setting loaf formation
Carrot steeping of seeds before sowing for 15 hours  sprouting — formation 1-2 true leaves  active leaf growth root growth, root formation
Onion, garlic, radish  steeping of seeds before sowing for 15 hours  appearance of 2-3 leaves active vegetative growth beginning of formation — growth of root bulb
Fruit and bеrгу steeping of sprigs, seedlings bеfore planting for 12-24 hours  flower heads phase before flowering growth of fruit inception
Grapes steeping of sprigs, seedlings bеfore planting for 12-24 hours  budding after flowering ripening of berries
Flower and decorative crops  steeping of tubers, bulbs, cuttings, seeds before planting for 15 hours  sprouting — 2-3 leaves appearance of 5-7 leaves budding
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