Carbamide is concentrated (N 46%) water-soluble nitrogen fertiliser for fertilisation of garden cultures prior to sowing and during cultivation. Carbamide is well-suited for use as watering or spraying solution. Using granulated carbamide, it is recommended to be used simultaneously with phosphorus and potassium fertilisers, mixing the fertilisers together just prior to introducing the mix into soil.
Guidance for use
Carbamide granules are mixed into the soil or a watering / spraying solution is prepared. Fruit trees and shrubs are fertilised through leaves until they blossom (using 1-2% solution, i.e. 1-2 kg / 100 l of water). Watering solution may include 5 to 7 g of carbamide per 10 l of water and this will then be applied to one square meter.
Spraying the fertiliser, it is possible to destroy eggs, larvae and pathogens (anthracnose, spot inflammation, gooseberry mildew) of pests (aphids, apple-leaf fleas, ticks, etc.).
Apple scab is combated by spraying the fertiliser just before the fall of leaves using a solution of 500 g/10 l of water and by spraying the fertiliser in spring just before buds burst using a solution of 500-800 g/10 l of water.
Brown rot is combated in cherry trees by spraying the fertiliser in spring just before buds burst using a solution of 300-500 g/10 l of water. Brown rot in plums is combated by spraying the fertiliser in autumn, just after harvest, using solution of 400 g/10 l of water.
Guidance for use
Top fertilisation 10-30 g/m2
Fruit trees 25-30 g/m2
Strawberries, raspberries, onions, lettuce, cucumber, carrots 15-20 g/m2
Beet, potatoes, tomatoes 10-15 g/m2
Gooseberries and currants 20-30 g per shrub