Angus Amino Acids

Balanced Range of Amino Acids in a Fully Soluble Powder Form

Until the 1990s, scientists thought plants could only absorb nitrogen in inorganic forms. It is now known that they can absorb organic nitrogen too and applying amino acids can markedly improve plant growth and health. However, not all amino acid products are created equal and some can actually harm your crop!

Angus Amino Acids
• Highly concentrated source; 64% amino acid
• Natural L-isomers only; plants can use these directly in the production of proteins
• High quality blending of amino acids; this is essential to prevent toxic ‘feedback inhibition’ which occurs when applying single compound treatments. Angus Amino Acids are particularly high in glutamine which is essential for optimizing the partitioning of nitrogen to maximize yields.
• Low salt formulation
• Contain useful levels of N, P & K (N 10% : P2O5 3.6% : K2O 8%)

Solutions of Angus Amino Acids provide a bioavailable nutrient source for a wide variety of crops.

Regular foliar application provides:

• Strong and sustainable vegetative growth
• Increased crop yield and quality
• Improved resistance to environmental stresses
• Enhanced disease resistance
• Increased Brix levels in fruit crops

4.88 Alanine
6.48 Arginine
5.80 Aspartic Acid
9.00 Glutamine
2.82 Glycine
1.23 Histidine
2.90 Isoleucine
4.30 Leucine

6.19 Lysine

1.11 Methionine

2.51 Phenylalanine

2.57 Proline

2.82 Serine

2.88 Threonine

1.60 Tyrosine

6.23 Valine


  • 250g
  • 1kg

Application guidelines

During growing season
150g/ha every 10-14 days
Dissolve in sufficient water to get good leaf coverage and spray to run-off

Application notes

Angus Amino Acids can be used in combination with other foliar applied products. No known incompatibilities exist but Angus Horticulture Ltd cannot predict or guarantee mix success for any product. Always conduct a bucket test to conform compatibility. Do not store dilute solutions for more than three days and clean out spray equipment with fresh water after use. Follow handling, storage and transportation procedures as outlined in MSDS.