fruit maker

EcoComplex Fruit Maker

Fruit maker is India’s first Fertilizer for fruit trees that is designed to deliver Extremely vital 6+2 Nutrients for healthy trees and fruits. 

Each pack consists of best tailored and most complete fertilizer that your fruiting trees will love you back with abundant yields and quality fruits.  Fruit maker is a nutrition management for system that ensures trees get proper nutrition.

Nutrient availability

Hence as mentioned Fruit maker is nit just NPK but 6+2 Nutrition for your fruit trees.

The Idea Behind designing Fruit Maker

To understand the idea that prompted us to make this product, we must first understand what a fertilizer is. 

Fertilizer, natural or artificial substance containing the elements that improve growth and productiveness of plants. Fertilizers enhance the natural fertility of the soil or replace the chemical elements taken from the soil by previous crops.

Nutrients of soil are lost to fruits that are harvested and must be replaced to ensure continuous productivity. The concept to to give just the right amount of nutrients that are required. We normally tend to overfertilize our plants and trees. Practice of overfertilizing crops do improve quality of yield in short term it eventually degrade soil to the extent that soil eventually becomes barren and profitability is lost to fertilizers.

Thus, we resisted the urge to increase the numbers and concentrated more on increasing the variety nutrients provided in the pack. We packed vital nutrients in this complex fertilizer that are beyond NPK, and increase the efficiency of NPK.

Importance of Calcium

Calcium (Ca) is found all around us, and the very existence of plants and animals depends on it. Plants take up Ca as the Ca²⁺ cation. Once inside the plant, Ca functions in several essential ways.
  • Calcium helps balance organic acids within the plant as well as activates several plant enzyme systems.
  • Calcium builds yields indirectly by improving root growth conditions and stimulating microbial activity, molybdenum (Mo) availability and uptake of other nutrients.
  • Calcium stimulates root and leaf development, and affects uptake and activity of other nutrients.
  • Having bumper yields is good, but we often ignore that bumper yields need a strong plant/tree structure to support the weight of this yield. Calcium helps form the compounds that make up part of cell walls, which in turn, strengthen the plant structure.
  • First impression of a healthy fruit is the health of its skin. Cracked or wrinkled skin is a tell tale of deficiency. This results in drop in valuation of produce. This is where Calcium comes to rescue, Calcium helps maintain healthy skin of fruits, thereby helps in increasing the valuation of fruits.

Role of Magnesium

Hidden in the heart of each chlorophyll molecule is an atom of magnesium (Mg), making the nutrient actively involved in photosynthesis. Magnesium also aids in phosphate metabolism, plant respiration and the activation of many enzyme systems. Plants require Mg to capture the sun’s energy for growth and production through photosynthesis. When Mg deficiencies occur, the lower (older) leaves are affected first. Magnesium acts as a phosphorus carrier in plants, and is required for better root formation and thus for better nutrient and water efficiency in plants.

Sulphur, Iron and Manganese

Sulfur (S) is a part of every living cell and is important to the formation of proteins. Unlike the other secondary nutrients like calcium and magnesium (which plants take up as cations), S is absorbed primarily as the SO₄²⁻ anion. It can also enter plant leaves from the air as dioxide (SO₂) gas. Although S isn’t a constituent of chlorophyll, it’s still vital in chlorophyll formation. Sulfur appears in every living cell and is required for synthesis of certain amino acids (cysteine and methionine) and proteins. Sulfur aids in seed production.
Iron (Fe) is essential for crop growth and food production. Plants take up Fe as the ferrous (Fe²⁺) cation. Iron is a component of many enzymes associated with energy transfer, nitrogen reduction and fixation, and lignin formation. Iron is a catalyst to chlorophyll formation. Iron acts as an oxygen carrier in the nodules of legume roots.
Manganese (Mn) functions primarily as part of enzyme systems in plants. It activates several important metabolic reactions and plays a direct role in photosynthesis. Manganese accelerates germination and maturity while increasing the availability of phosphorus (P) and calcium (Ca). Manganese plays a vital role in photosynthesis by aiding in chlorophyll synthesis. Manganese deficiencies are most common in high organic matter soils and in those soils with naturally low Mn content and neutral to alkaline pH

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