Lemon: Mugavero’s solutions to restart the lemon grove


Always defined as the “generous” essence of the Mediterranean, lemon is one of the undisputed protagonists of our kitchens and dishes: from appetizers to side dishes and desserts, it is always present. It is no coincidence, therefore, that the correct cultivation of lemons is now increasingly examined and careful, especially, when close to the end of winter, it begins to show the first signs of vegetative recovery. Defying the strong temperature variations between day and night, and the low root activity that is responsible for the chlorosis of young shoots.

Mugavero for the cultivation of lemon

Considering that during the conclusion of the fruit harvest there is a swelling of the flower buds, Mugavero recommends using the Kelpstar biostimulant and the resistance inductor Tocuzin. Which, used in a mixture, can be included in conventional and organic cultivation programs to promote the development of the root system, the vegetative-productive growth and therefore the yields in terms of quality and quantity. To allow the lemon tree to acquire an intense green colour in a short time, and to induce greater resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses.


Obtained through a particular mechanical process (cold micronization), which uses neither heat nor chemicals, Kelpstar is a concentrated liquid extract of Ecklonia maxima, very rich in phytohormones, especially auxins, and other interesting nutritional components, such as amino acids., proteins, carbohydrates and vitamins.


Containing Copper (Cu) and Zinc (Zn) complexed with citric acid and with a low pH reaction, Tocuzin can be used for foliar and soil applications. Thanks to the low molecular weight of the organic complex, its microelements are assimilated by the plant tissues within a few hours both by leaves and roots. This aspect allows you to plan foliar interventions with serenity even in the presence of unstable weather. Finally, in addition to having a nourishing action, Tocuzin also has a stimulating and invigorating action on the vegetation and a secondary disinfectant action of the lymphatic vessels of lemon cultivation. If this article on lemon growing tips was helpful to you, keep following us on our blog and social media channels: Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube