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Mosaic Fertilizantes launches Performa line for plant nutritionqrcode

Dec. 17, 2020

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Dec. 17, 2020

Mosaic Fertilizantes is offering, to Brazilian farmers, its line of latest generation fertilizers, making its product portfolio even more complete. The Performa line can be used on major crops in Brazil and combines operational efficiency with the highest levels of productivity.

The formulation, which contains multi-nutrients, such as NPK, boron, sulfur and magnesium, will enable crops to reach new levels of profitability, as well as ensure productive and operational efficiency, allowing crops reach their productive potential. 

“Mosaic Fertilizantes is the most complete company offering fertilizers in the market. The Performa line was developed to meet the specific needs of Brazilian producers and facilitate the fertilization of the soil,” said Eduardo Monteiro, Commercial Vice President of Mosaic Fertilizantes. The results of the Performa line, validated by independent academic and research institutions, highlight the potential for productivity gains that can exceed 10%. The surveys were carried out over three years in more than 80 different locations in major producing states.

With five multicultural products, including one specific for horticulture, which will help farmer’s face different situations that limit productivity, the Performa line stands out for its versatility and ease of application. “For their complete development, plants need timing between demand and fertilization. The technologies in our line allow nutrients to be available to plants when they need them. When the elements work in isolation, the efficiency of the operation can be impacted, but by bringing all nutrients into the same bag, we can reduce the complexity involved in managing the field.”

The nutrients in the Performa line are highly soluble and available, improving absorption by plants and ensuring more vigorous root development, therefore, positively impacting tolerance to stress events in crops.

The original Portuguese version of this piece is from AgroRevenda. 

Source: AgroNews


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