Atriva500 Biostimulant
Atriva500 Biostimulant
Atriva500 Biostimulant
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Atriva500 Biostimulant

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Atriva 500 is a soluble powder, ideal for fertigation. It provides carefully sequenced biostimulant actions that work together to strengthen fertigation. The Plant Stimulating Peptides immediately activate natural processes to vitalize plant growth and help overcome such things as transplant stress. This fortifies the plant as the mycorrhizae colonize to further develop the root system for a dramatic increase in nutrient absorption capability. This combination of technologies results in plants that are primed for maximum nutrient uptake and use efficiency, resistance to stress, and robust growth.

  • The combination of technologies work together, quickly activating natural plant processes to vitalize growth while the mycorrhizosphere develops.
  • The biostimulant actions will continue to benefit plants throughout the entire life cycle.
  • The synergy of technologies maximizes the plant’s metabolism and quality of its root system - and consequently its water and nutrient use efficiency.
  • Prepares the plant systems to better tolerate both current and future stress - transplant, drought, temperature, salinity
  • Results in improvement in soil structure and attenuation of the tiredness

Atriva 500 is a soluble powder designed for applications in fertigation, with drip lines, or as a root drench. We recommend one application at time of transplant, or can be applied via fertigation or root drench anytime throughout the growing season.
General Use: 12 to 16 oz. per acre. For specific recommendations, contact an authorized Italpollina representative.
Atriva 500 is compatible with most common fertilizers, herbicides and some fungicides. The application of fungicides and chemical phosphate fertilizers may slow the development of mycorrhizae.

Total Nitrogen ................................5%
5% Water Soluble Nitrogen
Vegetal Protein Hydrolysate

Mycorrhizal fungi:
Funneliformis Mosseae .........................7,000+ spores/oz
Rhizoglomus Irregulare..........................7,000+ spores/oz

Italpollina’s Vegetal Protein Hydrolysate products are made exclusively from the
highest quality, non-GMO vegetal sources and are guaranteed to contain no harmful or inefficient animal by-products. They are produced using a proprietary Enzymatic
Hydrolysis process that results in less than 1% free amino acids and a high concentration in more desirable peptide chains. We call them Plant Stimulating Peptides. Unlike free amino acids, Plant Stimulating Peptides have a more prominent, assured, and natural biostimulant effect to enhance nutrient absorption, mitigate the effects of abiotic stress and increase fertilizer efficiency.

NATURAL LATERAL ROOT PROMOTING PEPTIDE (LRPP) is a pool of polypeptides that improves lateral rooting and plant development. It is a plant biostimulant molecule which has been isolated after several years of R&D collaboration by Italpollina, and it is preserved by Italpollina’s Enzymatic Hydrolysis process and present in this product.

The way mycorrhizae is reproduced significantly affects the quality and completeness of the mycorrhizosphere. If you inoculate your plant roots with a mycorrhizal product that has been produced in a soil-less medium, or produced in vitro, you will lose important beneficial microbials essential for a fully functioning, healthy and sustainable mycorrhizosphere. ITALPOLLINA’S mycorrhizae is reproduced using a unique IN VIVO production technology which is more complex and provides the highest quality mycorrhizae with better viability. We guarantee the highest performance in agricultural systems and its suitability for a broad spectrum of crops. And we ensure the highest quality of product - free from GMOs, contaminants and pathogens with maximum effectiveness of root colonization.