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Biostimulant

Bridgeway

Reduce risk and release potential

Increasing the resilience of crops to climate change and unlocking the genetic potential of plants, are the two most challenging areas of crop protection and driving growing use of a new era of smart protection - Biostimulants. Bridgeway is an amino acid biostimulant designed to help crops reach their genetic yield potential and reduce the impact of abiotic stress by improving plant health. Feeding a crop Bridgeway guarantees the supply of amino acids for building protein, critical for plant health. Bridgeway treated crops are more likely to reach their genetic yield and quality potential.

Anti-stress

Anti-stress

Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis

Rooting

Rooting

Nutrient uptake

Nutrient uptake

Pollination & Fruiting

Pollination & Fruiting

Organic

Organic

Key situations in which to use Bridgeway

  • From two true leaves (GS12) in cereals and oilseed rape to aid crop establishment and build resilience - for more information about the benefits of Autumn applications and how to use in cereals and oilseed rape, please download our Autumn Bridgeway guides in the News section of the website
  • At the key stages of crop development to help crops reach their genetic yield and quality potential
  • To help the crop resist / recover from stress
  • To increase the metabolic efficiency of the crop
  • Where crops struggling to access water and micronutrients
  • To optimise grain fill and fruit set in the run up to harvest
  • In organic systems to improve plant health and maximise yield and quality

Building healthier crops

Key benefits

Produces fitter plants with greater tolerance to abiotic stress

Increases the metabolic efficiency of plants

Improves the crop's access to water and nutrients

Produces healthier crops that can build yield for longer

Helps to build crop yield and quality in the final trimester before harvest

100% planted derived amino acids with full approval for use on all organic crops without restriction throughout the growing phase

Bridgeway contains all 18 L-amino acids exclusively of plant origin. Only amino acids of plant origin can be fully assimilated by the crop.

Value in use

Greater resilience to unexpected stresses, enabling crop growth and development to continue without compromise to yield and quality

Helping you to grow a higher yielding, high quality crop more efficiently

A crop that has access to all the water and nutrients it needs is more likely to reach its yield and quality potential

Healthy crops that have full access to water and nutrients will be more resilient to disease and crop stress

Helps crops to reach their genetic yield potential

Suitable for use in all end markets without restriction

Bridgeway is suitable for use in both organic and conventional farming systems without any restrictions. Produced to food grade quality and exclusively plant derived, Bridgeway is suitable for vegans, vegetarians, certified GM free and guaranteed free of contamination by E.coli, Salmonella and heavy metals. This is important for crops destined for human consumption, offering excellent agronomic and economic advantages for growers and value chain.

How Bridgeway works

Anti-Stress
Photosynthesis
Rooting
Nutrient Uptake
Pollination & Fruiting
Organic

Reduces abiotic stress

Bridgeway contains high levels of L-Proline which helps counteract the effects of abiotic stress, and L-Serine which increases resistance to stress. If the crop has all the amino acids it needs from Bridgeway, it will not need to self destruct by breaking down the proteins (it has made for other important processes in the plant) to produce the amino acids required to aid stress recovery and repair. Feeding a crop Bridgeway produces fitter plants with greater tolerance to abiotic stress.

 

Increases the rate of photosynthesis

Bridgeway contains high levels of key amino acids L-Glycine and L-Glutamic Acid, critical to the production of chlorophyll in plants, and vital components of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is the most important chemical process of plants that uses carbon dioxide, water and light energy to synthesise sugars to power all metabolic processes within the plant. This critical function is influenced by the amino acids L-Glycine and L-Glutamic acid, essential metabolites for chlorophyll synthesis and tissue formation. These amino acids raise the concentration of chlorophyll in plants. More chlorophyll means greater absorption of light energy, which in turn increases photosynthesis. Bridgeway increases the rate of photosynthesis, increasing the metabolic efficiency of plants. Wheat plants treated with Bridgeway have shown increases in sucrose (energy) production of up to 39% in-season, and 15% by the end of June.

 

Stimulates rooting

Bridgeway contains high levels of L-Tryptophan, a fundamental precursor of rooting. The rooting ability of crops is not only vital for anchorage, but critical for the uptake of water and nutrients, particularly during periods of crop stress. Bridgeway increases root growth, improving the crop’s access to water and nutrients. Research at the University of Nottingham shows that Bridgeway increases rooting significantly in Winter Wheat and Spring Barley, in both stress and non-stress situations. Root increases of >40% were observed.

Increases the bioavailability of nutrients

Bridgeway contains high levels of L-Glycine and L-Glutamic Acid, increasing crop access and uptake to macro and micro nutrients. Availability of nutrients to the crop are critical to plant health and development. However, nutrients can become inaccessible to the crop due to their molecular structure / ionic charge. L-Glycine and L-Glutamic Acid play a vital role in enhancing the bioavailability of nutrients. Bridgeway increases nutrient uptake, producing healthier crops that can build yield for longer.

Increases pollination & fruit set

Bridgeway contains high levels of all amino acids required in this important final stage of growth – L-Histidine; L-Proline; L-Methionine; L-Glutamic Acid; L-Alanine; L-Valine and L-Leucine. These amino acids must be readily available to the crop in order to maximise pollination and fruit set. It is one of the most important phases of development within the plant and extremely energy intensive due to the high levels of amino acids required. By delivering these amino acids directly, Bridgeway promotes pollination and fruit set, building both crop yield and quality in the final trimester before harvest.

Approved for use in organic crops without restriction

Bridgeway contains all 18 L-amino acids required by plants. It is produced exclusively from plant materials through a process called enzymatic hydrolysis. Bridgeway has been verified and is permitted for use on all organic crops throughout the growing phase without restriction.

Reduce risk and release potential

+11 t/ha in Sugar Beet
+12.4 t/ha in Potatoes
+11.8 t/ha in Brussel Sprouts
+7.24 t/ha in Onions
Average +0.70 t/ha in range of Cereals
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Bridgeway has made a significant difference to our organic production

Neil Cairns is crop production manager for the largescale South Coast vegetable grower Barfoots of Botley. He has three years’ experience of using Interagro’s Bridgeway biostimulant on organic crops.

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Bridgeway will be used on every acre of the farm next year

Despite a challenging few years in terms of growing conditions, Keith Challen, director at Belvoir Farms, Leicestershire has seen decent crop results thanks to the use of biostimulants, which next year he plans to use on every acre.

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Bridgeway improved yield in Winter Wheat

Hutchinsons Agronomist Sally Morris observed an uplift in yield where Bridgeway was applied to tramlines in Wheat.

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Bridgeway can lift cereal yields

Frontier agronomist Neil Leech believes Bridgeway can lift cereal yield across his area of Suffolk and South Norfolk, which ranges from light Breckland soils to heavy clays.

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How to use Bridgeway

  • For best results apply ahead of crop stress and maintain applications at the key stages of crop development. For specific crop and timing recommendations, please request a copy of our product guide below or contact our Technical Manager, Stuart Sutherland. Our Autumn cereals and oilseed rape guides can be downloaded in the News section of the website
  • Bridgeway is miscible with the most common crop protection products and fertilisers. Testing for compatibility is recommended
  • Avoid mixes with Centurion Max
  • When using Bridgeway in Sugar Beet, the use of oil must be avoided

Application rate per hectare

1.0 - 3.0 L/ha at each application depending on the crop and time of application. Request a copy of our product guide for specific crop recommendations

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Get in touch

Require technical assistance or product information? Please get in touch with our Technical Manager, Stuart Sutherland.

For all other general enquiries, please email or call us at the office. If you’d prefer, drop us a message using our contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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