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Cereal seed treatment Primer CoMo Bio 12/33
liquidimprove germinationroot stimulator

cereal seed treatment
cereal seed treatment
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Characteristics

Crop type
cereal
Format
liquid
Type
improve germination, root stimulator

Description

WHAT IT IS High concentration suspension seed treatments containing cobalt, molybdenum and a natural biostimulant WHEN AND WHY TO USE IT Application to the seed ensures the crop has the best start possible by providing optimum levels of cobalt and molybdenum for nitrogen processing, stem elongation, leaf expansion and nitrogen fixing WHAT TO EXPECT The natural biostimulant promotes rapid root development by providing natural auxins and cytokinins in the correct ratio. This dual action early root and shoot development promotes even germination and allows the crop to rapidly take up water and nutrients. Treated plants are better able to withstand stress and to optimise yield potential FUNCTION Molybdenum and cobalt are key elements in plant metabolism which have many functions. MOLYBDENUM Taken up as MoO4, molybdenum plays a vital role in the enzyme processes that convert nitrogen into amine. As a result, low molybdenum status is very similar to nitrogen stress. In addition, plants with insufficient molybdenum can display problems with stem extension and leaf expansion. Being very mobile in most soils, molybdenum availability is often low. COBALT Cobalt is a co-factor in the formation of the vitamin B group, particularly B12, and is of major significance to leguminous plants as this affects nitrogen fixation. Not generally a problem in most temperate crops. However, cobalt stress can be a major factor in the development and performance of crops such as ground nuts, navy beans and soya beans.

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