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Fruit & Balance Organic

Formulated to increase flowering, fruit set and soil microbial activity. Fruit & Balance enhances the nutritional value and quality of fruit or grain by increasing sugar levels in the plant.

This fermented microbial culture contains a rich source of vitamins, minerals, proteins, enzymes, amino acids, carbohydrates, and growth promoters.

Fruit & Balance delivers a rich source of plant-available phosphate when the plant is under peak load, stimulating strong fruiting and enhancing yield potential. A natural bio-chelator of water-soluble nutrients, it enhances plant uptake of these nutrients.

It drives the plant into a strong fruiting state, maximising fruit or seed set and assisting the plant in carrying this load for maximum yield and quality.

  • Stimulates and supports fruiting and maturation
  • Supplies plant-available phosphate during peak load
  • Supplies a broad spectrum of vitamins, minerals, proteins, and enzymes
  • Stimulates soil microbial population and diversity
  • Combats the negative effects of abiotic stresses
  • BioAg Fruit & Balance Organic is a certified organic input.
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Formulated for optimal foliar uptake and ideal for broadacre, horticulture and organic enterprises. Apply when plant is in a fruiting state, using a spray system.

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Contact your Area Manager today for a tailored plan for your crop.

Fruit & Balance Organic resources

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