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Natural technology to optimize fruit setting

The advances in biostimulation offers farmers highly specialized products such as Kynetic4®

In seasons like the current one, which has included an abnormally warm winter, time lags in production cycles increase, and this determines the quality and quantity of crops. Sprouting, flowering and fruit setting processes itself require high energy demand, while climate disruptions do not help to keep the plant in good shape to cope with this brief but crucial period. It is for this reason that, in order to ensure success at this stage, using specialized bioestimulants such as Kynetic4® is necessary. This natural input implies a significant energy boost that improves sprouting and promotes flowering helping pollen fertility, and optimizes fruit set. Besides, it acts as a protection barrier against stress conditions, whether it is frost, drought, salinity, pests or thermal changes.

Effective pollination

Effective pollination is thus less determined by natural factors that influence it, such as temperature, rainfall, the amount of pollen captured or the nutritional status of the plant. Although this latter aspect requires an appropriate fertilization management since the start of the cycle to avoid deficiencies during fecundation, using Kynetic4® achieves the maximum use of nutrients of present in this phase. Specially selected aminoacids act on routes of interest improving nutrient assimilation and inducing protein and phytohormone synthesis. This SEIPASA formulation stimulates growth of apical, leaf and floral meristems, favors stomatal opening and micronutrient transportation, increases pollen germination and regulates water balance. But it is also enriched with organic matter and nitrogen, which increases the longevity of the eggs. Furthermore, it acts as a natural chelating agent, unblocking soils and facilitating the assimilation of other compounds. Its fulvic acids influence the health of the rhizosphere due to its capacity to multiply beneficial microorganisms, and enable better use of foliar and root fertilizers.