Unlocking the potential of your crops with bio-stimulants
AminoA announce open day to demonstrate effectiveness of new range
The unpredictability and extremities of the UK climate, and challenging soil conditions, are being addressed with a new range of biotechnology products launched by AminoA Bio-stimulants and will be showcased during an Open Day event at Abington Park Farm, near Cambridge, CB21 6AX, on the 28th May.
AminoA products are natural bio-stimulants, obtained through enzymatic hydrolysis. Containing essential amino-acids that plants synthesise throughout their growth cycle, they can contribute positively to yield and quality if the plant is not already producing optimal levels of amino-acids itself.
Having launched its original product, AminoA FLO in July 2017, and showing excellent results by harvest 2018, AminoA has announced its Open Day. Supported by Triton Farms, on 28th May, the event will showcase the range of crops on Abington Park Farm that have all been treated with AminoA products, and drilled by Triton Seed Drills. Consortium partner Crop Angel will also be present to demonstrate crop spraying by drone.
‘’Our products are deliberately designed to have broad spectrum activity, as they contain every essential amino-acid that plants synthesise throughout their growth cycle,” explains AminoA managing director Richard Philips.
“Repeated use of our products, in combination with other agrochemicals, will enhance their effectiveness and produce a yield response in the crop, and we are pleased to have the opportunity to display, on farm, the excellent results they are producing,” he adds.
AminoA FLO is a highly concentrated l-isomer amino-acid complex developed for the large scale arable farmer, and is manufactured in the UK. It contains synthetics and the latest crop penetrant technology to make it suitable for mixing with other agrochemicals.
Conventional arable farmers are recognising the benefits of the judicious use of bio-stimulants, to boost yields and profits, whilst at the same time sustaining the fragile ecosystem in soils.
During the Open Day, a seed breeding company will be in attendance to discuss wheat variety RGT Gravity, which is being grown on the farm as a 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 6th wheat, whilst a seed specialist will also discuss their Triticale varieties grown on the farm.
A company developing UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) for practical agricultural applications, will be showing how drone technology can play an important role in spraying agrochemicals, particularly on sensitive sites where any other form of application by machine, or on foot, would damage the environment.
Attendance is free, and you can register your attendance at via email firstname.lastname@example.org.