SeaMelBooster enhances root hair development, which results in earlier and more efficient nutrient uptake. This boost gives growth a clear head start. Moreover, manganese limits stress hormone production, it supplies valuable energy and antioxidants.
Coping with mother nature in spring during emergence
From seed to plant is a massive step in terms of energy and nutrients. Although the small seed germinates itself, it soon requires the photosynthetic processes to further emerge. Low light intensity in springtime reduces the plants' ability to absorb energy from the sun.
For an optimal photosynthetic processes at this stage, the light has to be captured as soon as possible. The more energy there is, the more photosynthesis occurs, resulting in earlier flowering and maturation.
Early leaf development
Creating a larger solar panel surface allows the plant to convert solar energy into sugars for energy. The osmotic force of Refined Seaweed Extracts combined with manganese ensure a strong plant sap stream and enhanced root hair development. This results in earlier and more efficient nutrient uptake, creating a larger leaf surface early in the season.
Stimulates root hair development
Trial set up in Brittany (France) on parsley showed an earlier development of plant treated with SeaMelBooster compared to control, leading to a better yield,
|General application rate:|
|As a manganese biostimulant||
2,5 l/ha in 80-400l of fresh water
4 x 5 litre cans in a cardboard box
The need to reduce chemical crop protection prompts agronomist innovators to develop biostimulants and elicitors. The combination of red and green seaweed extracts in SeaMel delivers active substances that enhance each other's role in the stimulation of plant health. Be it the special sugars such as carrageenans, ulvans, active sulphate groups, proteins or organics acids, they all play an important role in nutrient, energy and signal exchange. Thus preparing the plant for stressful events of whatever nature.
Local regulation should be consulted concerning the status of the product in the country of use.