Microorganism-based fungicide. Aramis has fungicide action, fighting off horticulture crop disease, due to the mix between micro-organisms and Azospirilium lipoferum.

Aramis is composed of a mix of micro-organisms, (endo- and ecto-) mycorrhizae, bacilli and fungi that fulfil diverse functions and have a beneficial impact upon plants. As such, the ecosystem created by Athos ensures improved fertility, the growth of the germinative tube, while also preventing the potential onset of pathogenic agents.

It has double action:

  • Invasive, in that it limits the access of pathogens to the plant stomata
  • Curative, in that it affects the cellular walls of pathogenic agents, stopping their proliferation

Physical-chemical properties

Aramis is presented in the form of a soluble concentrate, brown in color, with a specific smell.

Product content

  • Azospirillium lipoferum
  • Mycorrhizae
  • Trichoderma
  • Bacterial organisms


Dilute the product in 300-1000 L of water per hectare, foliar application with the use of specific equipment and techniques.

Crops: drupes, seed fruit, fruit shrubs, grapevine

Dosage and recommendations: 5 L/ha, preventively, 3-5 treatments per season.

Azospirillium lipoferum



Bacterial organisms