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Sunagreen – plant development and growth stimulator

An established plant growth and development stimulator designed to optimise the number of productive cereal tillers and increase quality yield. It can also be used to increase the yield and quality of sugar beets and potatoes.

Intended use: spring barley, winter cereals, rapeseed, potatoes, sugar beet, sunflowers, soybean, opium poppy

The Sunagreen plant growth stimulator is an established, patent-protected product designed to optimize the number of productive cereal tillers and increase quality yield. It can also be used to increase the yield quality of seeds, fruits and tubers of sugar beets, sunflowers, opium poppies, potatoes and other cultivated crops. The product is formulated as a spray in the form of a water-soluble liquid concentrate.

The Sunagreen spray can be combined with foliar fertilisers, fungicides, insecticides and selective herbicides (after a consultation with their suppliers). The product can also be used outside the recommended periods for plant regeneration after a prolonged period of cold, drought or even lack of sunshine. All Biosfor products are patent-protected and boast the Czech Product label.

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Packaging

  • 3 and 10l PE jerrycans

Active ingredients

  • 2-aminobenzoic acid
  • 2-hydroxybenzoic acid

Dosage

  • 5 l/ha in 150–400 l of water/ha (40–100 l of water/ha in aerial application)

Recommended registered applications

Crop
Achieved effect
Time of application

Potatoes
  • Positive effect on the size of tubers
  • Stimulation of yield and quality
  • Increase in starch content

T1: During bud formation (DC 51-52)
T2: At the end of flowering (DC 65-69)

Winter cereals
  • Strengthening and straightening of tillers
  • Stimulation of yield and quality

T1: During tillering – jointing (DC 22–35)
T2: 77 to 10 days before heading (DC 37–45)
T3: After the end of flowering (DC 69–71)

Spring barley
  • Straightening of tillers
  • Reduction of nitrogenous substances
  • Stimulation of yield and quality
T1: During tillering – jointing (DC 22–35)
T2: 7 to 10 days before heading (DC 37–45)
T3: After the end of flowering (DC 69–71)

Sugar beet
  • Stimulation of yield and quality
  • Increase in the yield of white sugar

T1: Starting at the stage of 6 leaves until the beginning of the closure of the crop canopy (DC 23–41)
T2: 4–8 weeks after the closure of the crop canopy (DC 48–49)

Rapeseed
  • Stimulation of yield and quality

T1: In the elongation phase (DC 30–35)
T2: During the bud formation stage, yellow bud stage (DC 50–59)
T3: During flowering (DC 61–65)

Sunflowers
  • Stimulation of yield and quality
T1: At the stage of 5–8 developed true leaves (DC 15–25)
T2: Bud diameter of 5 cm until the start of flowering (DC 53–61)

Soybean
  • Increase in the height of the lowest pod
  • Stimulation of yield and quality
T1: Three-lobed leaf on the first to fourth node (DC 29–33)
T2: Flower buds on each node – most flowers in bloom (DC 59–65)

Opium poppy
  • Accelerated regeneration after the application of herbicides
T1: At the stage of 5–7 true leaves (DC 15–17)
T2: The first corolla petals are visible – 10% is flowering (DC 59–61)

Sunagreen photo gallery