Neptunion® is a novel biostimulant that minimizes and delays adverse effects caused by lack of water. Neptunion® increases tolerance to drought, thus increasing production per plant, number of fruits and average fruit weight.
Mode of action
Neptunion® is naturally produced by plants. It accumulates under drought and confers enhanced tolerance to drought stress. It is involved in multiple physiological and enzymatic pathways stabilizing proteins. Its preventive application stops plants diverting metabolites to defense responses and increases crop growth under drought conditions.
Neptunion® acts at plant level, and does not alter the soil.
Neptunion® is an efficient biostimulant against drought, in cucurbits, vegetables and cereals like barley and corn. Neptunion® is effective in seed application, in irrigation, or applied as a foliar treatment.
Neptunion® has been created for a wide range of crops: horticultural (pepper, tomato, cucumber), row crops (barley and corn) and fruit plants (melon), as well as for golf courses.
Neptunion® on pepper
Neptunion® on barley
Neptunion® on broccoli
Neptunion® is a natural and biodegradable solution that has demonstrated synergistic effect with organic and inorganic fertilizers and soil amendments. Application of Neptunion® can therefore reduce the use of conventional fertilizers, contributing to healthier and more sustainable agriculture, and bringing more revenue to the farmer.
Efficient biostimulant to promote plant growth under salinity stress conditions. It acts from inside the plant as an osmotic shock protector.
Mode of action
PRB31 is an organic plant metabolite involved in tolerance responses to salinity stress. It is an osmotic shock protector, but unlike other osmotic regulators and soil conditioners, PRB31 acts directly at plant level, not the soil.
PRB31 increases crops’ tolerance to salinity stress by avoiding natural protein denaturation whenever crops are grown in high salinity conditions.
PRB31 is recommended in pepper, tomato, cucumber, broccoli, melon, barley, wheat and corn.
PRB31 fruit weight