• FLASH Flash

    The main effects of FLASH;

    • Effect on the metabolic formation

    Amine compounds promote enzyme formation, synthesis of proteins, which are important for product development and proper physical processes.

    • Effect on Photosynthesis

    Plants synthesize carbohydrates through photosynthesis. A low level of photosynthetic activity; causes stunted growth and low yields. Chlorophyll absorbs solar energy. Glycine, Alanine and Glutamic acid are very important intermediate products in the formation of chlorophyll in plants, among others. These enzymes increase the level of chlorophyll, thus, increasing the level of photosynthesis. In this way, farmers obtain healthier plants with high yield.

    • Effect on Phytohormone Formation

    Flash contains some substances that initiate auxin hormone and progenitor cells, thus, promotes flowering and growth.

    • Effect on Pollination, Growth and Fruit Formation

    Proline and glutamic acid are required in the pollination process. Valine, isoleucine and leucine are closely related to fruit ripening processes.

    • Effect on Soil Flora Balance

    The components of Flash contain a source of nitrogen forms that make it possible to keep the microbial soil flora in balance. Adequate organic matter mineralization is essential for good soil fertilization and soil structure. It provides vitality to the soil and increases microbiological activities.

    • Protective Activities Against Stress

    It has a SERIN and PROLINE rich formulation that protects the plant from the negative effects of high inorganic ion concentration.

    Organic Matter80
    Organic Carbon38
    Total Nitrogen (N)6
    Maximum Humidity20
    pH Range4-6
    Free Amino acids80