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Low price and consumption rates

Cereals Potatoes Maize Flax Sunflower Sugar beet Grain crops and panicled cereals Legumes Fodder crops Vegetables Horticultures and berries Vine Decorative and other cultures

Albit is a product that works as "three", at the same time it performs the functions of antidote, growth regulator and fungicide. At the same time, due to the unique modern biotechnological methods of production and low consumption rate, the manufacturer is able to keep the cost of Albit extremely low. This feature distinguishes Albit from analogues (Fig. 1).

Fig. 1. Approximate price of hectare dosage of Albit and the analogues (Russian domestic prices)

 

One of the reasons for the low cost of Albit application is it’s low application rate. For the most crops, application rates are as follows: 30-50 mL / ton  for the treatment of seeds (presowing treatment), and 30-50 mL / ha (spraying on vegetation) (Table 1). On cereals, the rate of application of Albit is in most cases 40 mL / m (40 mL / h). Accordingly, 1 liter of the drug is used for a single pre-sowing treatment of  25 tons of cereal seeds or for about 100 hectares. One liter of Albit is also enough for treatment of 25 hectares of grain crops during vegetation. At a maximum number of treatments of grains  total consumption of Albit per hectare is 90 mL Albit (40 mL / t + 40 mL / ha at tillering + 40 mL / ha in earing-flowering); 11.1 hectares of crops can be treated with 1 liter of Albit.

 

Table 1. The consumption rates of Albit at the treatment of various crops.
Cultures are listed in alphabetical order.
The average recommended consumption rates are shown. Treatments: p – presowing, v - foliar spraying
Culture Application method Application rate, 
mL/t (ha)
Alfalfa
p
50-70
Alfalfa
v
40
Apple
v
100
Barley (spring and winter)
p
30-40
Barley (spring and winter)
v
30-40
Black currant
v
50
Buckwheat
p
50
Buckwheat
v
40
Cabbage (white and Chinese)
p
1000
Cabbage (white and Chinese)
v
50
Carrot
p
2000
Carrot
v
30
Chinese cabbage
p
1000
Chinese cabbage
v
50
Cotton
p
75
Cotton
v
40-50
Cucumbers
p
2000
Cucumbers
v
30
Eggplants
p
2000
Eggplants
v
30
Flax
p
50-100
Flax
v
50-100
Flowers
v
60-70
Fodder beans
p
50
Fodder beans
v
30
Fodder galega
p
50-70
Fodder galega
v
40
Hop
v
200-250
Kidney bean
p
50
Kidney bean
v
30
Lawn grasses and fodder cereals
p
50-70
Lawn grasses and fodder cereals
v
40
Lentil
p
50-150
Lentil
v
30-100
Lettuce
p
2000
Lettuce
v
30
Lupine
p
50
Lupine
v
30
Maize
p
100
Maize
v
40
Millet
p
50
Millet
v
30
Oats
p
20
Oats
v
20
Onion
p
5000
Onion
v
40
Pea
p
50
Pea
v
30
Potato
p
100
Potato
v
50
Rape (spring and winter)
p
50
Rape (spring and winter)
v
60
Rice
p
50-100
Rye (spring and winter)
p
50
Rye (spring and winter)
v
20
Sorghum
p
80
Sorghum
v
80
Soybean
p
50
Soybean
v
40-50
Squash
p
2000
Squash
v
30
Strawberry
v
40
Sugar beet
p
100
Sugar beet
v
30-40
Sunflower
p
200-500
Sunflower
v
40
Sweet pepper
p
2000
Sweet pepper
v
30
Table beet
p
2000
Table beet
v
30
Tomato
p
2000
Tomato
v
30
Trees and bushes in landscaping and forests
v
100
Vine
v
200-250
Wheat (spring and winter)
p
40-100
Wheat (spring and winter)
v
30-40

 

 

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