Characteristics and advantages of EKOGEL in agro-industrial plant cultivation

Recommended methods of EKOGEL application in agro-industrial plant cultivation:

  • meet strict requirements of ecological safety;
  • adaptability: effective in different edaphic-climatic zones and for different cultivated crops;
  • economically sound: bring along increasing the crop capacity of the field and cuts in spending for expensive and dangerous for a human and environment traditional chemical preparations.

Advantages and differential characteristics of EKOGEL:

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Improvement of the crop quality, easing-off pesticide burden

Ekogel improves not only productivity of cultivated plants but crop quality: gluten content in grain crops, sugar content in sugar beet, nutrient and vitamin content in fruits and vegetables significantly rise. There is also content decrease of nitrates in vegetables, overall level of heavy metals salt and dangerous chemical residue in plants.
Joint use of EKOGEL and fungicides, insecticides, herbicides increases their efficiency. And along with this the norms of chemical preparations usage can be cut down two times and more.
EKOGEL using for seeds, propagula, bulbs, seedling and adult plants treatment increases efficiency of their fixation of elements of mineral nutrition.
The oppression of agricultural plants caused by herbicides is essentially minimized and thereby up to half of the crop is kept extra. 


Usage

The usage of EKOGEL doesn’t require any special conditions, attainments and equipment. Ekogel is to be diluted in the water to the concentration of process solution in accordance with directions for use.
Process solution is used either in the pure state or together with other preparations for the processing of planting material, spraying of seedling, watering and spraying of vegetative plants and also for dropping watering.

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Results of usage 

The results of EKOGEL practical application in some agro-industrial enterprises, lab investigations and field testings of leading scientific institutions confirm stable increase in productivity of cultivated crops:

  • winter and spring sown cereals (Wheat(Triticum),barley(Hordeum),rye(Secale cereale),oat(Avena)) – 7.5-9.5%;
  • tilled crops (Potato(Solanum tuberosum), Sugarbeet, Maize(Zea mays)) – 8.2-9.5%;;
  • industrial and oil-bearing crops (Sunflower(Helianthus), Colza(Brassica napus), Sorghum(Sorghum)) – 7.0-9.8%;
  • open ground vegetables (white cabbage( (Brassica oleracea), cucumber(Cucumis sativus), tomato(Lycopersicum esculentum)) – 10-15% and more;
  • greenhouse cultures (Cucumber(Cucumis sativus), tomato(Lycopersicum esculentum), pepper(Piper, Capsicum), Guinea squash(Solarium melongena)) - 10-15% and more.

During field testings EKOGEL proves its effectiveness against root rot, oidium, maculations of leaves and haulms, brown rust, fusariose, septoria blight, anthracnose, favus, buck eye rot, phoma rot, white rot, botritis disease. EKOGEL also restrains below the threshold of injuriousness red spider, gallic nematode and other phytophagans.
The specialists of our company are always ready to analyze technologies you use in agriculture and work out individual dosage scheme of EKOGEL.