Impact on apples

 

Take a look at our results

WUXAL® Aminocal reduces bitter pit incidence

Treatments: Control (no foliar fertilization), Calcium chloride 4x 1%,

WUXAL® Aminocal 4x 0,5% (10 l/ha), respectively  at 14-day-intervals starting at the beginning of august;  Location:  Leuggern, Switzerland, 1997-1998

 

 

 

WUXAL® Ascofol increases yield

Treatments: Control (no foliar fertilization), WUXAL® Ascofol 1% (10 l/ha) 12 days after full bloom;  Conducted by the Austrian Research Station for Fruit Science and Viticulture, Haidegg, Austria, 2011

 

 

 

WUXAL® Ascofol reduces incidence of Gloeosporium rot

Reduced incidence of Gloeosporium rot in apple cv. Elstar after preventive treatments with WUXAL Ascofol

Treatments: Control (no foliar fertilization), WUXAL® Ascofol: 7 treatments with 0,3% between 16.04 and 08.07.2002; Conducted by SLVA Fruit Science & Viticulture, Weinsberg, Germany, 2002

 

 

 

WUXAL® Calcium reduces bitter pit incidence

Treatments: Control (no foliar fertilization), Calciumnitrate 6x 0,5 kg/hl,

WUXAL® Calcium 6x 0,2 l/hl ;  Conducted by INTA Argentina, Argentina, 1999

 

 

 

WUXAL® Calcium increases calcium fruit content

Treatments: Control (no foliar fertilization), Competitor product 6x 6,6 l/ha, WUXAL® Calcium 6x 5 l/ha , respectively starting 14 weeks before harvest; 3 replications;  Conducted by Dienstleistungszentrum Ländlicher Raum Rheinpfalz, Rheinbach, Germany, 2016

 

 

 

WUXAL® Calcium increases calcium fruit content

Treatments: Control (no post harvest treatment) ,  WUXAL® Calcium: Apples were dipped for 3 min. in a 1,5% solution post harvest ;  conducted in South-Tyrol, Italy and evaluated by the Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry Laimburg, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

WUXAL® Calcium improves fruit firmness

Treatments: Control (no foliar fertilization), WUXAL® Calcium 4x 0,4% ; Conducted by University of Warsaw, Poland

 

 

 

WUXAL® Calcium reduces internal breakdown

Treatments: Control (no foliar fertilization), WUXAL® Top P: 2 sprays with 0.4% at the end of October and start of January; Conducted by Institute of Fruit Science, University of Talca, Chile