Silicic acid and climate change

Posted by on Feb 22, 2019 in News |

Silicic acid and climate change

Silicic acid and climate change In the increasingly warmer and dryer climates on planet Earth, plants have to adapt. To be able to coop with the harsher environment, water retention in crops is important. Silicon is extremely important to enable plants to hold moisture when they need it the most.

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The ‘silicon paradox’

Posted by on Feb 22, 2019 in News |

The ‘silicon paradox’

The ‘silicon paradox’ in agriculture is the contrast between the large quantities non-absorbable silicon compounds (such as silicon dioxide, SiO2) and the very low concentrations of absorbable silicon molecules (such as silicic acid Si(OH)4). So it is not about the amount of silicon in the soil, but about the amount of bioavailable (mono-) silicic acid, which Gen200 Control contains.   Instagram &...

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Rice

Posted by on Nov 29, 2018 in Uncategorized @en |

Rice

You can see the results of this crop with and without the use of GEN200. Application of GEN200 resulted in 30% to 40% on rice yield improvement along with quality increment & reduction in insect & disease damage. GEN200 Rice application schedule for 500 hectares Sr.No. Growth stage Quantity Dilution 1 Tillering Stage (20-25 DAT) 250 litres 250000 (1000 times) 2 Panicle Initiation stage (45-50 DAT) 250 litres 250000 (1000 times) 3 Grain Development Stage (70-75 DAT)...

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GEN200 Roots is an extremely effective fertilizer composed of L-α-amino acids

Posted by on Apr 17, 2018 in Uncategorized @en |

GEN200 Roots is an extremely effective fertilizer composed of L-α-amino acids (“left-handed”) complexed with food grade nutrients. This product is perfect for supporting the photosynthetic process, because of its high organic nitrogen and magnesium levels. The L-α-amino acids are obtained via enzymatic hydrolysis, which is the most environmentally friendly way of obtaining them. This process also guarantees that the amino acids that are yielded are beneficial to all...

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