Biological solutions for modern olive growing
Cultivating our olive tree experience
At Bioiberica we have specialised in providing biological solutions for modern olive growing. Our active ingredients are biologically active biomolecules derived from exclusive Enzyneer® technology and have been developed to provide the most complete biostimulation of the olive grove. Today we continue to investigate our specific solutions to combat the different factors that affect olive plantations.
Apply in conjunction with the fertilisation programme. Target the applications during the budding, flowering, fruit development and veraison stages.
10 - 15 liters / ha
Stimulates absorbent trichomes and increases fertiliser and water usage. Greater sprouting vigour. Advanced maturation.
Sprouting, prefloration and pea size
2 - 3 liters / ha
Rapid recovery from stress at critical times. Promotes plant growth. Improves the efficiency of treatments. Improves nutritional equilibrium
2 or 3 applications between the blooming period and when the stone starts to harden (May-June). They can be made to coincide with those applied to control “Prays”. Depending on the summer conditions and the conditions of the crops, another can be applied at the beginning of autumn.
1,5 - 3 mL/L
Increase in production and fat yield.
It should be applied at the end of winter, before sprouting, at the start of active root growth.
Nursery dose: 20 mL / tree
Young olive dose: 40-80 mL / tree
Adult Olive Dose: 60-120 mL / tree
Rapidly initiates root activity after transplant-induced stress or post-winter. Maintains balance between the roots and the aerial parts of the tree.
From setting to the start of veraison, every 3-4 weeks. Make applications whenever the crop requires.
Foliar dose: 250-400 mL / hL
Drip Irrigation: 60-100 mL / hL
Greater precocity and calibre. Greater fat yield.
Prefloration and flowering up to 15% of open inflorescences.
2 - 3 liters / ha
Improves flowering and fruit set. Greater productivity.
Homogeneously hang 60 to 90 traps/ha, preferably from the first fortnight of July.