The fertilizer is particularly recommended for use in periods of increased nitrogen demand and when soil application may not bring the expected results (drought).
The fertilizer's additional ingredients improve the economical efficiency of applying nitrogen fertilization in general and reduce the loss of the ingredient.
Thanks to reducing the surface tension of the working liquid and increasing adhesion, the Brilliance formula additionally increases the efficiency of fertilization and accompanying treatments.
Recommendations: fertilizer recommended for use in periods of high nitrogen demand (early development stages) and in periods of difficult uptake from the soil due to water deficit (late development stages).
very good nitrogen nutrition, particularly in periods of high demand for this ingredient, combined with difficulties in uptake,
no disturbance in nitrogen pathways - no negative impact on yield reduction,
building the yielding potential from the early development stages,
providing a significant amount of nitrogen easily absorbed by the plant (very important if uptake from the soil is not possible - drought),
magnesium for improved photosynthesis - intensified production,
molybdenum and nickel - key microelements for nitrogen metabolism (increased efficiency of its use),
Brilliance formula - increased adhesion, uptake effectiveness
Please click on the desired crop to go to the cultivation tab and learn about fertilization technologies.
|Crop||Crop phenological stages||Dose rate (l/ha)|
|Cereals||BBCH 31 - 49 From the first node at least 1 cm above tillering node to first awns visible (in awned forms only)||3-4|
|Rapeseed||BBCH 30 From beginning of stem elongation: no internodes (“rosette”)||4-10|
|BBCH 51 Flower buds visible from above (“green bud”)||4-10|
|BBCH 71 10% of pods have reached final size||4-10|
|Sugar beet||BBCH 14 - 16 4 - 6 leaves (2nd - 3rd pair of leaves) unfolded||2-6|
|BBCH 19 9 or more leaves unfolded||2-10|
|BBCH 39 Crop cover complete: leaves cover 90% of ground||2-10|
|Potato||BBCH 60 First open flowers in population||3-10|
|BBCH 69 End of flowering in the first inflorescence||3-10|
|Maize||BBCH 13 - 15 3 - 5 leaves unfolded||3-10|
|BBCH 18 - 19 8 or more leaves unfolded||3-10|
|Strawberry||BBCH 13-15 From 3rd leaf unfolded to 5 or more leaves unfolded||2-5|
|7 – 10 days after flowering||2-5|
|Orchards and shrubs/vineyards||BBCH 51 - 54 From inflorescence buds swelling: bud scales elongated,
with light coloured patches to mouse-ear stage: green leaf tips 10 mm above bud scales;
first leaves separating
|BBCH 69 End of flowering: all petals fallen||7-10|
|10 – 14 days later||7-10|
root vegetables and others
|2 – 3 weeks after emergence||3-10|
|Every 7 – 10 days - 2 treatments||3-10|
|14 days before harvest||3-10|
|Others||Dose rate: up to 15 L of fertiliser per 100 L of spray solution. Use with intervals of 10 – 14 days.|
Spray solution volume: field crops 200 – 300 L/ha, vegetables and small fruits 500 L/ha, orchards 200 – 1000 L/ha according to sprayer type used, extensive farming 2 L/100 m2.