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What are Auxiliary Fertilizers?

The term Auxiliary fertilizer is defined as a substance that is neither a plant food nor a pesticide, but has a positive impact on plant health. Auxiliary Fertilizer is an organic material that, when applied in small quantities, enhances plant growth and development such that the response cannot be attributed to application of traditional plant nutrients.

Auxiliary Fertilizers have been shown to influence several metabolic processes such as respiration, photosynthesis, nucleaic acid synthesis and ion uptake. They are not fertilizers meant to correct a severe nutrient deficiency, but are mixtures of one or more things such as microorganisms, trace elements, enzymes, phytohormones, and seaweed extracts. They may enhance nutrient availability, water-holding capacity, increase antioxidants, enhance metabolism and increase chlorophyll production.

Auxiliary Fertilizers  do not act directly against pests.  They complement plant protection products (PPP’s) enabling plants to make optimal use of these conventional inputs.


Higher Quality and Yields

Feeding a growing population requires yield increases and enhances crop quality. Both are fostered by Fast2Grow®, our Biostimulant.

Boosting Crop Resilience

Stressful growing conditions related to climate change require resilient crops. Fast2Grow® increases plant tolerance to, and recovery from, abiotic stresses.

Reducing Nutrient Losses

By facilitating nutrient assimilation, trans location and use, Fast2Grow® helps keep nutrients from leaching into neighboring ecosystem.

Helping the Food Chain

Fast2Grow® can enhance the quality of produce, which improves farmer’s income, storage longevity and nutritional values of food.

Better Water Conservation

Fast2Grow® helps nurture soil microorganism and increase leaf growth, which improves water resistance to drought.

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