Causes greater efficiency in the translocation of photosynthates to fruits and storage organs.
The ECCA Carboxy acids contained in Carboxy L, influence the processes of primary metabolism that lead to an increase in the photosynthetic fixation of carbon and a greater translocation of carbohydrates, from the areas where they are produced to the areas where they are demanded (fruits , tubers, stems and crowns) in the plant, through the conducting tissues.
• Greater accumulation of reserves in roots and wood for better sprouting in fruit trees, berries and roses.
• Translocation of sugars to asparagus crowns to improve the quality of the shoots.
• Non-phytotoxic or residual ripening agent for sugar cane.