TECHNOLOGY THAT IMPROVE SOME
Increased efficacy of active compounds and chemical formulations.
Decrease in dosages of active compounds minimizing the impact of chemical residues on food crops.
Reduction of agrochemical costs with the reduction of high cost active compounds.
Unstable substances can be stabilized or separated from other incompatible components.
Ease of use with simple integration in agrochemical formulations.
Improve crop production, quality and safety.
Reduce the total cost of cultivation for producers.
A recent study of 2,018 at the University of León (Spain) on the cultivation of corn confirmed that the use of the Nano Technology Micellar (TNM) applied on herbicides could reduce the contribution of the same by 30%, maintaining the same production in the crops. As a direct consequence, we are effectively reducing the cost to the farmer while maintaining the efficiencies but "CONTRIBUTING LESS WASTE TO THE SOILS BY THE DECREASE OF THE HERBICIDES".
In the industry Tomato cultivation "in Spain when the TNM was applied, the yields increased increasing by 15% despite a reduction in inputs increasing 1 ºBrix.