GPPW | agriculture | VEGAMIN


VEGAMIN is a fluid formulation of amino acids of vegetal origin obtained via enzymatic hydrolysis and solubilization. The production process guarantees the high presence of amino acids, particularly L-α amino acids, and of carbohydrates in a rapidly assimilable form essential for the plant metabolic functions.

VEGAMIN is recommended as biostimulant and because it is a carrier of nutrients it can be used profitably for promoting vegetative growth and fruit enlargement, both by root uptake and by leaf absorption. VEGAMIN allows to increase the metabolic efficiency through saving energy in several synthesis processes such as those of proteins and chlorophyll.

Moreover, the amino acids, the peptides and the oligopeptides contained in VEGAMIN are precursor of growing promoters and activate the bacterial flora of the soil, increase the content of organic matter and improve texture and structure of the soil.

VEGAMIN is also suggested whenever plants are stressed for excess or deficiency of water, for problems of toxicity due to herbicides or pesticides and salinity.