For a correct application


  • Store in a dark place.

  • Wash prior to product usage.

  • Shake energetically 24hs before usage, and again seconds before application.

  • Use efficient nozzles.

  • Keep the mix PH in between 6 – 8,9.

  • Stick to the calendar.

  • Pressurize lower than 2 Kg.

  • Keep dosage and stages indicated by the technician.

  • Add sugar in case of attacks by sucking or scratching insects.

  • Keep out of direct sun rays, strong wind and imminent rain.

  • It’s convenient not to mix FFO with other products.

  • Do not combine with fungicides.

  • Do not dilute with tap water.

More details

  • It is advisable to apply FFO during the afternoon, during hours of low sunshine. It can also be done at night or early in the morning.

  • FFO is not toxic or dangerous to people, animals or the environment, but if applied in high winds drift can cause some of the product to be wasted.

  • It takes plants approximately three hours to incorporate FFO. Once this period of time has passed, the product is already working internally, so it cannot be “washed” by rain.

  • FFO carries microorganisms that are very sensitive to sunlight, so BIB should be stored in tanks where the sun’s rays do not enter. On the other hand, humidity in storage can cause the cardboard packaging boxes to warp.

  • The active ingredients of other products can significantly damage the complex of microorganisms carried by FFO.

  • It is not advisable to mix FFO with fungicides in any way. Do not apply FFO if there is an active fungicide in the crop. Fungicides deactivate part of the complex of microorganisms carried by FFO.

  • It is advisable to wash the application equipment and its parts (tanks, backpacks, lances, booms and peaks) very well so that no residue remains. This recommendation is particularly important if you have previously applied any type of product with fungicidal action.

  • If the alkalinity or acidity of the application mixture significantly increases, FFO begins to lose quality. The appropriate PH is between 6 and 8.9.

  • In the case of terrestrial sprayers, it is recommended to apply FFO with at least 100 liters of water per hectare, to ensure that FFO reaches all plants uniformly.

  • The chlorine and fluoride carried in tap water damage part of the complex of beneficial microorganisms carried by FFO.

  • We recommend using hollow cone tablets as much as possible to ensure good spraying of the solution.

  • Do not apply with a pressure greater than 2 Kg. At higher pressure, the consortium begins to lose quality.

  • FFO stimulates the natural defenses that plants activate when attacked by insects or diseases. It is suggested to apply FFO preventively and on a schedule, since its components stimulate the production of growth-promoting substances that affect the architecture of the root, making it more efficient in the uptake of water and nutrients (more vigorous plants) and in the thickening of the leaf cuticle, thus avoiding wounds caused by insects (sucking, chewing and scraping). The use of FFO allows the dependence on phytosanitary products to be significantly reduced.

  • It is important to respect the doses and times indicated for each application. Ask your provider for instructions.

  • In case of attacks by sucking or scraping insects (aphids, thrips, spider mites, others) it is advisable to add 1.0 kg when mixing FFO. of sugar in 100 liters of water.

  • By vigorously shaking FFO 24 hours before application and also in the moments before, the consortium of microorganisms is activated. In this way, the number of colony-forming units increases exponentially and thus the effect is enhanced.