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Radifarm + Megafol + VIVA + Benefit

Type: Mix of different types, Company: Valagro


Increased nutrient availability in soil or substrate
Increased produce quality

Radifarm + Megafol + VIVA + Benefit treated Pepper, cv. Century F1/Blondy F1, grown in a hydroponic system with reduced fertilization had an increased total yield (+10.2%), an increased number of fruits per plant (+6%), decreased number of BER fruits per plant (-39.9%), increased fruit weight (+3.1%), decreased yield loss (-57.5%), increased marketable yield (+20.9%), leaves had increased N content (+4.2%), decreased P content (-14.7%), decreased K content (-3%), increased Ca content (+3.8%), increased Mg content (+10%), increased Mn content (+9.1%) and increased Zn content (+37.7%), fruits had an overall increased N, P, K, Ca, Mg, Fe, Mn and Fe content, averaged across both cultivars and cultivation years, compared to the untreated control grown in the same reduced fertilization conditions. 

Trial details
Indoor, greenhouse, rockwool blocks, hydroponic system, reduced fertilization (-30 %)


Pepper, Capsicum annuum L.

Trial application

Radifarm: By watering; Megafol: Foliar spray; Viva: By watering; Benefit: Foliar spray
Radifarm/Megafol: At transplanting, and 3/8 applications with a 10,8 and 23-days interval/2-weeks interval; Viva/Benefit 4/5 months later, followed by 3/7 applications with a 10-days interval
Radifarm 60 mL of 0.25 % solution per plant; Megafol 55-60 mL of 0.20 % solution per plant; Viva 120 mL of 0.25 % solution/plant; Benefit 120-150 mL of 0.30 % solution/plant
Paradikovic, N., Vinkovic, T., Vinkovic Vrcek, I., and Tkalec, M.
Natural biostimulants reduce the incidence of BER in sweet yellow pepper plants (Capsicum annuum L.)
Agricultural and Food Science
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