Science that gives nature a push with systemic nutritionals developed by Prevegenics.
Farmers are always looking for ways to produce a vibrant and abundant crop, utilizing less resources. Prevegenics has developed a valuable tool for today’s farmer. Our line of systemic nutritionals enables farmers to grow a healthy crop while using less products. Plants can absorb a great deal of nutrients through its foliage when using systemic applications, enabling nutrient uptake through the soil when not available to the crop. This knowledge, coupled with the latest technology developed by Prevegenics, HyGrow-Wik Technology™, is giving the grower a valuable tool to increase crop yield and quality.
Appropriate nutritional levels are critical for healthy crops
During the growing process, crops have an increased requirement for nutritionals. Nutritionals formulated using HyGrow-Wik Technology™ allow the grower to apply the right nutrients, at the right time, and at the right rate to target specific growth stages, thus maximizing crop yields and quality.
Prevention is the most efficient and easiest way to cure a problem. Like humans, healthy crops are more productive and less expensive. The most effective way to promote plant health and optimize production is to have a well-balanced nutritional program. Prevegenics works directly with researchers and growers, to prove the effectiveness of promoting healthier, more productive crops, through sound nutrition and other natural techniques. The company’s goal is to develop and promote products and ideas which support a natural and effective approach to managing plant health and production. Prevegenics lives up to our slogan, “Science that gives nature a push”.
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Micronutrient Deficiencies are Common
– But They Don’t Have to Be
Better nutrition, healthier plants & less disease
Micronutrients should be considered in every grower’s nutrient program. Micronutrient deficiencies may be visible during plant growth, while others go unnoticed until the harvest produces a poor yield. Common micronutrient deficiencies include:
■ Boron in alfalfa
■ Copper in wheat, corn, and soybeans
■ Nickel in pecans and legumes (beans, alfalfa)
■ Molybdenum in soybeans
■ Zinc in pecans and corn and poor soils
■ Manganese in peanuts
Complete Care, With A Push
In the day and age of agriculture that we presently reside, two words continue to dominate conversations. More and Less. We must produce “more” of a crop and utilize “less” resources to do it. The only way to accomplish this goal is to be more efficient with the resources we already have available.