Basel is a foliar product that acts mainly due to its polyphenol content that optimizes plant metabolism and allows a better use of photosynthetic activity, increasing the production of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids, which result in better quality and higher quantity of the final product. Given this metabolic optimization, its use allows:

Higher yield and quality of final product.

Excellent response to stress situations.

Improves the physiological state of the crop in general.




    Tomato – Pepper

    3 to 6 L/ha

    At transplanting and repeat every 15-20 days.

    Lettuce – Leafy vegetables and brassicas

    1 to 2 L/ha

    At transplanting and repeat every 15-20 days.

    Carrot, strawberry and cucurbits

    2 to 3 L/ha

    Every 14 days


    1 to 2 L/ha

    Start of tuberization and then every 14 days.

    Grapevine and Fruit Trees

    2 to 5 L/ha

    Start of defloration

    Garlic and Onion

    1 to 2 L/ha

    Every 14 days


    2 L

    30 days post-transplanting and then every 14 days thereafter.