Growing peppers (solanacae) for the commercial market can be a daunting task and farmers all over the country are experiencing low quality yields, oddly shaped fruit, losses due to pest and disease. These require more chemical inputs and this is costly. Where do you find a product that is natural that can boost the overall health of your pepper plants? VEGRO® is the answer.
Higher production numbers and a uniform, vibrant yield is always desired but with all the various stresses and disease this can be complicated. Maybe your crop is maturing at different rates and this makes harvest nearly impossible. Or maybe your pepper plants look anemic and the leaves are yellowing and do not look healthy. Promoting healthy flowering is important. A natural product that can generate an overall healthy crop is the answer.
VEGRO® for peppers (solanacae) is the answer and will exceed your expectations! VEGRO® produces a nice homogenous color with substantial early maturity. With an improved quality yield you will be the farmer others are talking about.
VEGRO® is a not a fertilizer or a fungicide but works in combination with your disease and promotion products. It also helps reduce the amount of chemical inputs and improve the efficacy of your fungicides.
Click here to read our agronomic studies on different crops that demonstrate scientifically the performance of our products.
VEGRO® helps to restore and/or to improve cell's differentiation, cell's division and cell's enlargement or, in other words, to safely grow more and better. These applications increase and secure the pre-fertilization, fertilization and post-fertilization natural processes. It is at the fertilization that all natural genetic codes are set, it is the moment that everything is getting decided, then cell's elongation or enlargement it is the process to fill the cells. The quality of the flowering, the fruit-set, this is where you will get more fruits, more sizes, better shaped fruit. VEGRO® is also very performant at cell's enlargement and promotes so nice uniform sizes and earlier maturity. VEGRO® also produces another significant effect by promoting and improving the crop’s photosynthesis activity. The result: firmer fruit and less early fruit drop with an early maturity (nutrient uptake). It also improves the efficacy of your fungicides (proven efficacy, please refer to agronomic data).
Stages of Application
7 Days Post Planting or 7 leaves un-fold
7 -10 Days After App#1
From 1st flowers
30% Fruit Ready
50% fruits ready
70% fruits ready
1 Pint per Acre
1 Pint per Arce
Objectives: Evaluate the interest of VEGRO® when in contact with diseases such as "Botrytis & Powdery Mildew".
Objectives: Evaluate the interest of VEGRO® for quality yield, health and early maturity
Objectives: To quantify seasonal yields of fresh market strawberries in a California environment utilizing Vegro®
Objectives: To demonstrate the capacity of Vegro® to improve the efficacy of the fungicides at helping to reduce the Bacterial spots on Tomato and also to promote a more natural agriculture. Main parameters monitored for this study: Pressure disease (severity) and Yield (weight & fruit counts) .
Objectives: Evaluate the interest of VEGRO® for tomato yield.
Objectives: When applied by foliar spray, to demonstrate the ability of Vegro® to improve the efficacy of the fungicides for the antrachnose control and to help to grow more natural. Main parameters monitored for this study: Pressure disease (severity); Yield (weight & fruit counts) and fruit size distribution.
Objectives: To demonstrate the capacity of Vegro® to improve the efficacy of the fungicides at helping to reduce the Bacterial spots on Pepper and to help at reducing the chemical residues. Main parameters monitored for this study: Pressure disease (severity); Yield (weight & fruit counts) and fruit size distribution.
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