M-Sunagreen plant growth and development stimulator
This plant growth and development stimulator is designed to ensure faster and more secure plant development in the early stages of development with a formulation suitable for use as part of a seed-dressing liquid.
Intended use: spring barley, winter cereals, rapeseed, opium poppy, corn
The M-Sunagreen stimulator is designed to ensure faster and more secure plant growth in the early stages of development. M-Sunagreen is an innovation in seed dressing and can be applied to the seed surface at the indicated dose diluted with water or added to the registered seed-dressing agent used.
M-Sunagreen, our product, has been used to treat about 80% of the total opium poppy cultivation area in the Czech Republic. It is an auxiliary product used as a plant stimulator with a formulation suitable for use as part of a seed-dressing liquid. After application, the seed will increase the volume of the root system and the crop will be better nourished and more vigorous.
Are you interested in ordering the M-Sunagreen plant growth and development stimulator?
- 10, 120, 200, 1000 l
- 2-aminobenzoic acid
- 2-hydroxybenzoic acid
- In the recommended dosage, the product can be added to a regular seed-dressing agent to replace part of the water during the preparation of the seed-dressing liquid, according to the instructions for use of the selected seed-dressing agent.
Recommended registered applications
Even and accelerated emergence
Increased intensity of the growth of the root system
Strengthening of the above-ground part of the plant
Increased nutrient uptake
Increased resistance to stress
Increased tolerance to lower quality pre-sowing preparation, sowing and lower sowing rates
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Dressing with auxin-based stimulators is the basis for a strong and balanced stand with the potential to increase the quality of production and yield itself. It is a highly effective intensification input that influences plant development from the initial stages – development of the first roots, emergence, and rooting.