Interra Prime


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Specific Copper deficiency corrector formulated with the Priming Technology.


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500 ml, 1 and 5 L

  • Joint implementation strategy with pesticides.

  • Possibility of introduction into integrated management programs.

  • Compatible with biological control.

  • Zero Residues and Zero pre-harvest interval and it does not create resistance.

INTERRA PRIME is a specific copper (Cu) and sulfur (S) deficiency corrector for foliar and/or root application, formulated with AGROCODE’s PRIMING Technology. INTERRA PRIME is enriched with silicon, fully bioavailable to the crop, conferring hardness to the tissues and cell walls. Additionally, it contains natural elicitors obtained from a fungal fermentation, which provide a biostimulant effect in the crop.

We offer different solutions to increase the ability to overcome conditions in which stress factors can undermine the normal activity of the plant, under the PRIMING TECHNOLOGY, developed with the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC). PRIMING boosts the plant without the need to spend energy, so only when required, different metabolic pathways are activated.

The unique composition of INTERRA PRIME acts directly on the plant’s physiological and nutritional system, as it prepares the crop for a faster and more effective positive response to different types of stress.

  • Vegetables

    Fertirrigación: 1,5 - 2,5 L/ha y Foliar: 2 cc/L (1-1,5 L/ha)

  • Fruit Trees

    Fertirrigación: 1,5 - 2,5 L/ha y Foliar: 2 cc/L (1-1,5 L/ha)


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Phenological phase

    • Sowing
    • Planting
    • Rooting
    • Emergence

    • Vegetative development
    • Sprouting
    • Tillering
    • Stem elongation

    • Vegetative development
    • Blooming
    • Vegetative development
    • Fruit setting
    • Vegetative development
    • Emergence of the inflorescence

    • Fruit Growth
    • Ripening
    • Grain Filling
    • Ripening

    • Harvest
    • Post-harvest life

  • All kinds of crops
  • Row crops


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