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Spray Tank Issues

The characteristics of water used in the spray tank can have a profound influence on the effectiveness of crop protection products. Click on the issue below to find out how we can help.

Our products that deal with High pH

Adjuvant

Arma

Arma is an adjuvant specifically designed for use in a wide range of crops to help optimise the spray delivery process, increasing pesticide uptake for more rapid protection, leading to an increase in the overall performance.

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Water Conditioner

Hornet XC

Hornet XC is a specialist water conditioner for use with non-selective herbicides to soften and buffer spray water in order to optimise herbicide uptake and performance, leading to more effective burn down and stubble cleaning.

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AdjuvantWater Conditioner

Katalyst

Katalyst is a unique water conditioner with adjuvant properties, designed to enhance the effectiveness of all formulations of glyphosate by softening and buffering spray water to pH5 , and by improving uptake into target weeds.

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Adjuvant

Kantor

Kantor is a unique adjuvant designed to optimise the delivery of pesticides at every stage of the spraying process in order to maximise performance and yield in a wide range of crops.

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Water Conditioner

Assist

Assist is a water conditioner for use with selective and non-selective herbicides to improve spray water quality by softening and buffering spray water pH, in order to optimise herbicide uptake and performance.

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Water Conditioner

Volta-Ego

Volta-Ego is the next generation Volta water conditioner designed to maximise the efficacy of glyphosate for a faster and cleaner entry into the next crop.

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FAQs for issues with High pH

What is alkaline hydrolysis and why is it important?

Many pesticides undergo alkaline hydrolysis in the presence of alkaline water. The pesticide is hydrolysed and rendered ineffective when it is mixed with water with a pH higher than 7. The severity of the reaction is determined by the susceptibility of the  pesticide to alkaline hydrolysis; the length of time the pesticide has sat in alkaline water; the level of water alkalinity.  Hydrolysis can be very fast when the pH of the spray water is higher than 8 or 9. For every unit increase in pH, the rate of hydrolysis increases 10 times. Some pesticides will start to breakdown as soon as they are combined with alkaline water in the spray tank. As a result, the active ingredients in the pesticide will start to break down before they have even left the spray tank. The consequence is that control in the field can be dramatically reduced.

How do I know what the pH of the spray water is?

You can use a simple water test kit to find out.

How will an adjuvant with buffering capabilities help?

A buffering agent changes the pH of the spray water to a certain level and keeps it there. They should be applied to the water first.

How much buffering agent should be used?

This depends on the buffering agent used. Follow the directions on the product label.

Our products that deal with Hard water

Water Conditioner

Volta-Ego

Volta-Ego is the next generation Volta water conditioner designed to maximise the efficacy of glyphosate for a faster and cleaner entry into the next crop.

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Water Conditioner

Assist

Assist is a water conditioner for use with selective and non-selective herbicides to improve spray water quality by softening and buffering spray water pH, in order to optimise herbicide uptake and performance.

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Water Conditioner

Hornet XC

Hornet XC is a specialist water conditioner for use with non-selective herbicides to soften and buffer spray water in order to optimise herbicide uptake and performance, leading to more effective burn down and stubble cleaning.

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AdjuvantWater Conditioner

Katalyst

Katalyst is a unique water conditioner with adjuvant properties, designed to enhance the effectiveness of all formulations of glyphosate by softening and buffering spray water to pH5 , and by improving uptake into target weeds.

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FAQs for issues with Hard water

How is hard water formed?

Hard water is formed when water percolates through deposits of limestone and chalk which are largely made up of calcium and magnesium carbonates.

Why does hard water impact the performance of pesticides?

Hard water can have a big impact on pesticide performance as pesticides, which are negatively charged, bind to calcium and magnesium (cations) in the spray water, which are positively charged. The binding of pesticides with these cations means they cannot enter the target crop/weed/pest, or they may enter very slowly. In some cases they may just precipitate out of solution. In other cases, the chemically-altered molecule may be unable to dissolve in water, penetrate the leaf tissue, attach to the site of activity in the pest to disrupt biological functions, or perform as a pesticide. These effects are not limited to the spray tank, they extend to the spray solution on the leaf/pest surface, which can affect product uptake.

Is it just calcium and magnesium ions that impact performance?

Aluminium, iron, magnesium, calcium and sodium can all cause hard water and impact performance.

How can I test the quality of my spray water?

This can be done with a simple water quality test kit. It will be able to tell you how hard your water is. With so much at stake, the quality of the water used in your spray solution should be evaluated and considered just as you evaluate the purchase of spray equipment and the selection of pesticide products. A small amount of effort to test or to have your water tested is rather cheap insurance to ensure that products perform as promised and deliver the expected results.

How will a chemical water conditioner help treat hard water?

A chemical water conditioner will soften water by sequestering (essentially isolating) the calcium and magnesium cations that cause hard water. This is achieved by binding to the antagonistic cations (calcium, magnesium, iron, sodium) in the spray water . This stops the cations binding to the pesticide and increases its availability for uptake into the target crop/weed/pest.

 

Our products that deal with Scum

Water Conditioner

Assist

Assist is a water conditioner for use with selective and non-selective herbicides to improve spray water quality by softening and buffering spray water pH, in order to optimise herbicide uptake and performance.

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Our products that deal with Complex tank mixtures

Adjuvant

Kantor

Kantor is a unique adjuvant designed to optimise the delivery of pesticides at every stage of the spraying process in order to maximise performance and yield in a wide range of crops.

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FAQs for issues with Complex tank mixtures

How can an adjuvant improve compatibility?

Emulsifying agents are designed to keep products in solution. A self-emulsifying adjuvant will help to keep all products dispersed in the water phase over time, even at low temperatures, increasing compatibility and the availability of active ingredients for uptake into the leaf/pest.

Do most adjuvants aid compatibility?

No, this is not common. Our adjuvant is unique and specifically designed to do this. Improving compatibility also improves crop safety. Kantor is often included in the spray tank to safer mixtures. e.g. with Basagran in beans which can be “hot” on the crop.

Will improving compatibility reduce antagonism?

Yes, we have seen this with prothioconazole and chlorothalonil over many years of trials. The addition of Kantor improves compatibility and reduces antagonism by improving uptake of chlorothaonil into the leaf. The result is improved disease control and higher yields.

Our products that deal with Foaming

Anti Foaming

Abate

Abate is a superior anti-foaming agent designed for use with crop protection products to prevent / remove foam created during the spray tank filling process.

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Water Conditioner

Volta-Ego

Volta-Ego is the next generation Volta water conditioner designed to maximise the efficacy of glyphosate for a faster and cleaner entry into the next crop.

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FAQs for issues with Foaming

What causes foaming?

Some pesticides cause foaming in the tank. This can be the result of the type of surfactant used or tank agitation which causes foaming by sucking air into the induction system. It may also be the result of shaking or stirring the product too much, or adding products likely to foam too early when filling the sprayer. Foam is created when the surface tension of water (attraction of surface molecules toward the centre, which gives a drop of water its round shape) is reduced and air is mixed in, causing the formation of bubbles. A de-foaming adjuvant can suppress both surface foam and trapped air in the spray mixture

How can I prevent foaming?

Foaming can be avoided by using appropriate induction, stirring or recirculating systems on the sprayer. Some products or tank mixtures are notorious for foaming and in these situations the inclusion of an anti-foaming agent at filling is recommended. Anti-foaming agents reduce the surface tension of water and de-stabilise air bubbles and foams

Do I still need to include an anti-foaming agent with glyphosate if using a water conditioner?

It will likely depend on the glyphosate formulation and water conditioner you are using – check the label to see if an anti-foaming agent is recommended with the glyphosate. You may want to consider using the water conditioner Volta-Ego, which contains a built-in anti-foaming agent and is designed specifically for use with all glyphosate formulations.

Spraying Issues

Correct delivery of the spray to the target is absolutely essential in order to be able to deliver crop protection active ingredients to where they are needed. Click on the issue below to find out how we can help.

Our products that deal with Drift

Adjuvant

Backrow

Backrow is an innovative soil acting adjuvant designed to optimise the placement of pre-/peri-emergence herbicides by reducing drift and increasing retention, leading to more effective weed control in a wide range of crops.

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Adjuvant

C-Cure

C-Cure is an innovative soil acting adjuvant designed to optimise the placement of pre-/peri-emergence herbicides by reducing drift and increasing retention, leading to more effective weed control in a wide range of crops.

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Anti Drift

Crusade

Crusade is a specialist drift retardant designed to maximise the performance of potato blight fungicides by reducing drift.

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Adjuvant

Kantor

Kantor is a unique adjuvant designed to optimise the delivery of pesticides at every stage of the spraying process in order to maximise performance and yield in a wide range of crops.

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Water Conditioner

Volta-Ego

Volta-Ego is the next generation Volta water conditioner designed to maximise the efficacy of glyphosate for a faster and cleaner entry into the next crop.

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Water Conditioner

Hornet XC

Hornet XC is a specialist water conditioner for use with non-selective herbicides to soften and buffer spray water in order to optimise herbicide uptake and performance, leading to more effective burn down and stubble cleaning.

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FAQs for issues with Drift

What causes spray drift?

Spray drift is a risk to every spray and can occur due to a combination of factors related to environmental conditions at spraying (e.g. wind velocity and direction), spraying practices used (e.g. spray quality produced by the sprayer; distance between the nozzle and target; speed of travel) and the physical and chemical properties of the pesticide.

Isn't it better to use drift reducing technology i.e. low drift nozzles, instead of an adjuvant?

Drift reducing nozzles are most certainly effective at reducing drift and can reduce drift by as much as 75%. However, because they produce coarser spray droplets they reduce coverage which is what we don’t want; that’s the trade-off. A suitable adjuvant that can improve coverage with flat fans and DRT is a win-win.

How do drift reducing adjuvants actually reduce drift?

Drift reducing adjuvants reduce the number of fine droplets smaller than 100 microns (which are the droplets prone to drift). Ideally you want to increase spray uniformity at the nozzle too, which improves spray deposition on the target for optimal coverage.

Leaf/Soil Issues

The effective performance of crop protection inputs is not just reliant on good timely spraying, but is also down to good retention on the target, adequate coverage and ultimately delivering crop protection active ingredients inside the leaf to get to their target site of action. Click on the issue below to find out how we can help.

Our products that deal with Leaching

Adjuvant

Backrow

Backrow is an innovative soil acting adjuvant designed to optimise the placement of pre-/peri-emergence herbicides by reducing drift and increasing retention, leading to more effective weed control in a wide range of crops.

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Adjuvant

C-Cure

C-Cure is an innovative soil acting adjuvant designed to optimise the placement of pre-/peri-emergence herbicides by reducing drift and increasing retention, leading to more effective weed control in a wide range of crops.

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FAQs for issues with Leaching

How can Backrow and C-Cure reduce leaching?

Backrow and C-Cure increase herbicide retention in the top 5cm of the soil. The majority of active ingredients found in crop protection products are oil soluble not water soluble. The carefully selected emulsifiers in Backrow and C-Cure promote binding of the herbicide to soil particles due to their semi-cationic nature. They facilitate bridging between the oil-water-soil interface, a process known as cross-linking. Retention of the herbicide in the soil is achieved due to adsorption of the oil to the soil particles. Moisture will over time (6-12 weeks) release the active ingredient for absorption through the roots and shoots of target weed species increasing both duration and level of efficacy. 

Can all herbicides leach?

Whilst there are differences between the adsorption rates of herbicides actives, most will leach to some extent due to rainfall. There are some exceptions of course e.g. pendimethalin which binds very strongly to organic matter. Backrow and C-Cure have a valuable role to play, particularly from the perspective of water stewardship, and can increase the duration of weed control by keeping the herbicide in the top 5cm of soil where most weeds will germinate from.

Our products that deal with Bounce / run-off

Adjuvant

Arma

Arma is an adjuvant specifically designed for use in a wide range of crops to help optimise the spray delivery process, increasing pesticide uptake for more rapid protection, leading to an increase in the overall performance.

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Adjuvant

Backrow

Backrow is an innovative soil acting adjuvant designed to optimise the placement of pre-/peri-emergence herbicides by reducing drift and increasing retention, leading to more effective weed control in a wide range of crops.

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Adjuvant

Banka

Banka is a sticking and penetrating adjuvant offering reliable improvement in the performance of insecticides in potato seed crops for the prevention of virus transmission.

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Adjuvant

C-Cure

C-Cure is an innovative soil acting adjuvant designed to optimise the placement of pre-/peri-emergence herbicides by reducing drift and increasing retention, leading to more effective weed control in a wide range of crops.

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Adjuvant

Kantor

Kantor is a unique adjuvant designed to optimise the delivery of pesticides at every stage of the spraying process in order to maximise performance and yield in a wide range of crops.

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Adjuvant

Zeal

Zeal is a specialist buffering and penetrating adjuvant designed to optimise the performance of oil dispersion herbicide formulations post-emergence by increasing uptake into target weeds.

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AdjuvantWater Conditioner

Katalyst

Katalyst is a unique water conditioner with adjuvant properties, designed to enhance the effectiveness of all formulations of glyphosate by softening and buffering spray water to pH5 , and by improving uptake into target weeds.

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FAQs for issues with Bounce / run-off

How do adjuvants improve retention on the leaf?

Adjuvants designed to improve retention work by reducing the dynamic surface tension allowing the spray droplets to spread out on impact and increase the area of contact with the leaf surface. This reduces the propensity for spray droplets to bounce/run-off

Our products that deal with Poor coverage

Adjuvant

Arma

Arma is an adjuvant specifically designed for use in a wide range of crops to help optimise the spray delivery process, increasing pesticide uptake for more rapid protection, leading to an increase in the overall performance.

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Adjuvant

Banka

Banka is a sticking and penetrating adjuvant offering reliable improvement in the performance of insecticides in potato seed crops for the prevention of virus transmission.

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Adjuvant

Kantor

Kantor is a unique adjuvant designed to optimise the delivery of pesticides at every stage of the spraying process in order to maximise performance and yield in a wide range of crops.

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Adjuvant

Toil

Toil is a natural adjuvant oil designed to enhance the effectiveness of herbicides and insecticides where the addition of a methylated seed oil adjuvant is recommended to optimise coverage.

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Adjuvant

Zeal

Zeal is a specialist buffering and penetrating adjuvant designed to optimise the performance of oil dispersion herbicide formulations post-emergence by increasing uptake into target weeds.

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AdjuvantWater Conditioner

Katalyst

Katalyst is a unique water conditioner with adjuvant properties, designed to enhance the effectiveness of all formulations of glyphosate by softening and buffering spray water to pH5 , and by improving uptake into target weeds.

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FAQs for issues with Poor coverage

How will an adjuvant improve coverage?

An adjuvant that aids spreading will improve coverage. It is able to do this by reducing the dynamic surface tension of the pesticide on the leaf, allowing the spray droplets to spread out on impact and increase the area of contact with the plant surface. This will also reduce the propensity for spray droplets to bounce/run-off.

Our products that deal with Poor uptake

Soil Conditioner

Agrigate

Agrigate is a superior soil conditioner designed to alleviate the effects of soil compaction, poor soil quality and improve water and root infiltration through the soil profile.

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Adjuvant

Arma

Arma is an adjuvant specifically designed for use in a wide range of crops to help optimise the spray delivery process, increasing pesticide uptake for more rapid protection, leading to an increase in the overall performance.

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Adjuvant

Banka

Banka is a sticking and penetrating adjuvant offering reliable improvement in the performance of insecticides in potato seed crops for the prevention of virus transmission.

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AdjuvantWater Conditioner

Katalyst

Katalyst is a unique water conditioner with adjuvant properties, designed to enhance the effectiveness of all formulations of glyphosate by softening and buffering spray water to pH5 , and by improving uptake into target weeds.

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Adjuvant

Kantor

Kantor is a unique adjuvant designed to optimise the delivery of pesticides at every stage of the spraying process in order to maximise performance and yield in a wide range of crops.

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Adjuvant

Zeal

Zeal is a specialist buffering and penetrating adjuvant designed to optimise the performance of oil dispersion herbicide formulations post-emergence by increasing uptake into target weeds.

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Protection Issues

In addition to our adjuvant and biostimulant technology, we also offer several  protection products - soil protection and protection for podded crops against pod shatter. Click on the issue below to find out how we can help.

Our products that deal with Soil blow

Soil Stabiliser

Mortar

Mortar is a new soil stabiliser for growers designed to protect soils from wind blow by creating a cap on the soil surface which persists for 6-8 weeks.

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FAQs for issues with Soil blow

How does a soil stabiliser reduce soil blow?

A soil stabiliser binds the tiny particles (prone to drift) in the top few centimetres of soil to create a cap which persists for 6-8 weeks preventing soil blowing away whilst the crop establishes.

What type of soils are prone to wind blow?

All light sandy soils and black organic soils are prone to wind blow with substantial losses possible in some parts of the country.

Can a soil stabiliser be applied with my conventional farm sprayer?

It may be possible to apply a soil stabiliser through a conventional farm sprayer but sprayer hygiene is essential (both before and after spraying) to avoid any blockages to the pump/lines. Be sure to follow the product label on how to use the product. Alternatively, a specialist contractor can be used.

What are the potential costs from soil blow?

Losses from wind blow can be immense. Typical costs incurred are the result of:

  • Losses in seed, fertiliser, herbicide, nutrition
  • Crop damage from exposure of seed to frost and pest attack
  • Uneven germination/variation in bulb size (uneven soil temperatures)
  • Poor weed control from pre-emergence herbicide loss

 

Our products that deal with Pod shatter

Pod Sticker

Iskay

Iskay is a specialist pod sticker designed to prevent pod shatter by coating the crop with a thin polymer micromesh which holds brittle pods together to prevent pod shatter before / during harvest.

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FAQs for issues with Pod shatter

How does a pod sticker work?

Pod sealants, such as Iskay, coat the crop with a thin film of polymer, best described as a micro-mesh, holding brittle pods together to prevent shattering, with sufficient elasticity to allow for the final stages of pod fill and yield-building.

Plant Health Issues

Building healthier crops with greater resilience to the effects of climate change, with greater ability to reach their genetic yield potential is becoming more and more important. Find out how our solutions can help to improve plant health by clicking on the issue below.

Our products that deal with Abiotic stress

Biostimulant

Bridgeway

Bridgeway is a plant based amino acid biostimulant proven to reduce crop stress and release the yield and quality potential of a vast array of crops by improving plant health.

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Biostimulant

Zonda

Zonda is a plant based amino acid biostimulant designed to help reduce crop stress and release the yield and quality potential of a vast array of crops by improving plant health.

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FAQs for issues with Abiotic stress

What are biostimulants?

Agricultural biostimulants are substances that have the capacity to modify the physiological processes of plants which, when applied to crops, provide potential benefits to growth, development, stress relief and subsequently yield. Biostimulants come in a number of forms which can be classified into two different groups: Non-microbial and microbial. Microbial options include plant growth promoting bacteria and rhizobacteria, while non-microbials include seaweed extracts and amino acids.

How can biostimulants reduce abiotic stress in plants?

Many biostimulants have a direct effect on the health of a plant by boosting the efficiency of plant nutrients; by improving uptake or reducing leaching; and some improve a plant’s ability to resist disease.

Why can amino acid biostimulants improve plant health and yield?

Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and vital to all living cells. In good conditions, plants can usually produce all 18 amino acids they require, but in conditions such as poor light or drought, photosynthesis is inhibited, and amino acid production is reduced at a crucial stage of crop development. Feeding a plant additional amino acid acts like a vitamin drink, it boosts the plant, helping it to overcome stress and kick start photosynthesis. They’re a safe and smart way to boost the efficiency of a crop’s metabolism and increase crop quality and yield, which may otherwise have been compromised.

Which amino acids help with abiotic stress?

During periods of abiotic stress, plants increase production of L-proline, primarily to help strengthen cell walls and their resistance to weather extremes. This reduces the effect of the stress and speeds up recovery time. If plants become stressed they will break down proteins they have made for other processes within the plant in order to synthesise L-proline. Supplementing the crop with amino acids avoids the need for self-destruction and will aid recovery.

Our products that deal with Slow metabolism

Biostimulant

Bridgeway

Bridgeway is a plant based amino acid biostimulant proven to reduce crop stress and release the yield and quality potential of a vast array of crops by improving plant health.

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Biostimulant

Zonda

Zonda is a plant based amino acid biostimulant designed to help reduce crop stress and release the yield and quality potential of a vast array of crops by improving plant health.

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FAQs for issues with Slow metabolism

Is there any proof that amino acids improve photosynthesis?

Yes, this has been proven with Bridgeway and Zonda by monitoring sucrose levels in the plant over time. Regular measurements taken throughout May and June in a crop of Winter Wheat Skyfall in 2018, found Bridgeway 23% to 39%  higher Brix (% sugar) levels compared to untreated crops at every assessment. The same crop went on to yield over 2.0 t/ha more and reached Milling specification, which the untreated crop did not.

Our products that deal with Shallow roots

Biostimulant

Bridgeway

Bridgeway is a plant based amino acid biostimulant proven to reduce crop stress and release the yield and quality potential of a vast array of crops by improving plant health.

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Biostimulant

Zonda

Zonda is a plant based amino acid biostimulant designed to help reduce crop stress and release the yield and quality potential of a vast array of crops by improving plant health.

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FAQs for issues with Shallow roots

Is there any proof that amino acid biostimulants can increase rooting?

Yes, we’ve seen this in the field and also research conducted at the University of Nottingham by Pathologist Dr. Steve Rossall founded statistically significant increases in root and shoot growth from early applications of Bridgeway in non-stressed Winter Wheat and Spring Barley. In water, nutrient and heat stressed Wheat the increases were even more pronounced.

Does Zonda exhibit rooting benefits?

Zonda contains Bridgeway and more so you can fully expect significant rooting benefits too.

Our products that deal with Poor nutrient uptake

Biostimulant

Bridgeway

Bridgeway is a plant based amino acid biostimulant proven to reduce crop stress and release the yield and quality potential of a vast array of crops by improving plant health.

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Biostimulant

Zonda

Zonda is a plant based amino acid biostimulant designed to help reduce crop stress and release the yield and quality potential of a vast array of crops by improving plant health.

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FAQs for issues with Poor nutrient uptake

How can L-Glycine and L-Glutamic Acid help to increase nutrient uptake?

L-Glycine and L-Glutamic acid amino acids are known as very effective chelating agents primarily because of their small molecular weight. Their size allows them to easily move through cell membranes. By chelating with amino acids, the overall amount of minerals existing in a nutrient solution and growing medium becomes available for uptake and transport throughout the plant. In addition, amino acids allow for more effective foliar feeding by transporting minerals into the stomata.

Can amino acids help with metal toxicity in plants?

Yes. In addition to increasing the availability of good nutrients, amino acids are also shown to reduce metal toxicity in plants and soil by binding with excess metals. This helps to balance the levels of various elements in the medium.

Our products that deal with Poor fertility

Biostimulant

Bridgeway

Bridgeway is a plant based amino acid biostimulant proven to reduce crop stress and release the yield and quality potential of a vast array of crops by improving plant health.

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Biostimulant

Zonda

Zonda is a plant based amino acid biostimulant designed to help reduce crop stress and release the yield and quality potential of a vast array of crops by improving plant health.

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FAQs for issues with Poor fertility

Why do we need to supplement the crop with these L-amino acids?

Under ideal conditions plants can synthesise all 18 L-amino acids but when the raw materials to produce them are limited, or the crop undergoes stress, synthesis is reduced / stopped altogether. The crop will then start to break down the proteins it has produced, impacting growth and development. By the time we recognise stress in plants, often the damage has started. It is better to supplement the crop to avoid any threat to pollination, fruit set and overall yield and quality.

Which would be the better choice, Bridgeway or Zonda?

Both Bridgeway and Zonda are ideal, delivering all 18 L-amino acids required by plants and in the concentrations required to optimise growth and development. Zonda contains an adjuvant to increase the speed of nutrient uptake.

Our products that deal with Organic approval

Biostimulant

Bridgeway

Bridgeway is a plant based amino acid biostimulant proven to reduce crop stress and release the yield and quality potential of a vast array of crops by improving plant health.

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Get in touch

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

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