VitAMIX is a Potassium Phosphite product which achieves greater plant health benefits by incorporating the unique AMIX humic-lignate complex active-uptake formulation technology.

This makes VitAMIX a unique PK, chelated trace element and betaine product in a clearly superior formulation delivering a high concentration of the vital elements in a rapidly absorbed and readily-translocatable form, with phosphorous acid and key micronutrients to improve disease resistance. Major opportunities exist to improve establishment, root development and improve disease resistance in all crops from seedling emergence and throughout the vegetative stages of growth and into reproductive growth.

VitAMIX will produce a rapid and visible response in cold wet conditions, which will still be measurable as a yield response at harvest time. Foliar Phosphates have long been recognised as being many times more bio- available than soil applied phosphates, capable of delivering a boost to growth and development as part of the management and agronomy of the crop. Foliar phosphates are particularly effective during the vegetative growth stage of young plants, and will enhance rooting, drought resistance and disease resistance.


The major benefits of VitAMIX:

  • VitAMIX delivers enhanced root and seedling development from the high phosphite/phosphonate content.
  • It delivers improved seedling resistance through the high phosphite/phosphonate content.
  • The AMIX formulation provides enhanced uptake at the leaf surface and increased mobility of nutrients within the plant.
  • Amix delivers the nutrients direct to the phloem so they are actively transported rapidly to the growth forming locations whether they are root, fruit or flower.
  • Greatly improved speed of leaf uptake

Product Specs:


Greenish brown liquid

Typical Analysis:

Potash (K2O) : 225 g/L
Phosphite (P2O5) : 310 g/L
Humic and Fulvic acids : Trace
Betaines : Trace
Chelated Copper, Manganese, Zinc, Iron : Trace

Application rates:

1 to 4 Litres per hectare depending on crop biomass