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Grapes, Grass, Onions, Rice, Sugarcane, Wheat
 
GRAPES
4-year plants were treated with 4 foliar applications of 1-liter per hectare (1 gallon/10 acres).
First application was made when the berries were 3 mm in diameter, subsequent applications at 9 day intervals.
Picture taken 79 days after the first application.
Differences between treatments are clear in the color, vigor of the leaves, and the size and uniformity of the berries and bunches.
GRAPES
  • 4-year plants were treated with 4 foliar applications of 1-liter per hectare (1 gallon/10 acres).
    First application was made when the berries were 3 mm in diameter, subsequent applications at 9 day intervals.
    Picture taken 79 days after the first application.
    Differences between treatments are clear in the color, vigor of the leaves, and the size and uniformity of the berries and bunches.
  • 129 days after the first application.
    Note that the treated plants were harvested early due to the early development and uniformity.
  • 129 days after the first application.
    LEFT: UNTREATED - lack of uniform maturity.
    RIGHT: AGRISPON TREATED - bunches with great berries and uniform maturity.
  • TOP: UNTREATED - Weakening of the plant from depletion of nutrients leaving next active flowering bud at number 12 from the stem.
    BOTTON: AGRISPON TREATED - Increase of photosynthesis and nutrition leaving next active flowering bud at number 4a.
  • RIGHT: AGRISPON TREATED
  • UNTREATED
  • AGRISPON TREATED
  • BOTTOM: AGRISPON TREATED
  • UNTREATED
  • AGRISPON TREATED
  • UNTREATED - Suffers from wind damage.
    Fertilization at tillering and prebloom, total of 300N - 120P - 150K.
  • AGRISPON TREATED - Uniformity in flowering and grain formation.
    Fertilization at tillering and prebloom, total of 300N - 120P - 150K.
    Agrispon applied immediately after each fertilization, first application at 250ml per hectare, second at 500 ml per hectare.
  • UNTREATED
    Agrispon treated rice shows uniformity in flowering and grain formation while the untreated suffers from wind damage.
  • AGRISPON TREATED
    Agrispon treated rice shows uniformity in flowering and grain formation while the untreated suffers from wind damage.
  • LEFT: UNTREATED
    RIGHT: AGRISPON TREATED
  • UNTREATED
  • AGRISPON TREATED
    Agrispon treatments were made 15 days earlier. Note the uniformity and increased tillering on the Agrispon treated plants
  • UNTREATED
    The untreated rice (same age of the Agrispon in the next photo) is totally damaged due to strong wind
  • AGRISPON TREATED
    At 30 days after Agrispon treatement the rice has good production with strong plants
  • BOTTOM: AGRISPON TREATED - 15 days after treatment
  • Agrispon had been applied at 500 ml per hectare (1 gallon/20 acres) to a field that had been planted 45 days earlier.
    Photo taken 17 days after Agrispon application.
  • LEFT: UNTREATED
    RIGHT: AGRISPON TREATED
  • BOTTOM: AGRISPON TREATED - larger number of tillers
  • RIGHT: AGRISPON TREATED