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For Plants – lower input costs

    • use small quantity per acre
    • available in different formats
    • easy to apply and environmentally safe
    • by seed dressing, foliar spray, pivot irrigation, drip lines
    • suitable for full range of crops

 

Penergetic products are from Switzerland and may be used to support sustainable approaches to agriculture. Penergetic p (for plants) has been used successfully in Europe, South America and Asia for over twenty years and has been available for use in North America for the past five years.

Penergetic p (for plants) is used in very minute quantities (e.g. typically just 3.5 oz. per acre for most field crops).

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FORMAT

Penergetic p is available in two forms:

  • a (wettable) powder (penergetic p ULTRA)
  • liquid form (penergetic p F molasses).

 PRODUCT SIZE

Powder available in two sizes: 2.2 lb. and 13.2 lb.

Liquid available in: 1 liter and 10 liter [Totes available (by Special Order)]

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Application METHOD

  • by seed dressing
  • combining with liquid or granular fertilizer
  • foliar spray
  • irrigation pivot
  • drip irrigation

Seed Dressing

Depending on the type of seed used and the seeding method, penergetic p can be mixed with seed dry or applied wet. Penergetic p ULTRA may be used for dry application or mixed into a slurry for wet application. Alternatively, the liquid (molasses) form of the product may be used. There are no known contra-indications with other seed treatment compounds.

EXAMPLES:

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Corn:
Total quantity applied 3.5 oz. (100 grams) per acre
Application intervals
  • one application of 3.5 oz./ac or (optional) two applications of 1.75 oz./ac/
  • First application between 2 & 6 leaf stage
  • if 2 applications, (ideally) applications should be 15+ days apart
Wheat (and other cereals)
Total quantity applied 3.5 oz. (100 grams) per acre
Application intervals
  • one application of 3.5 oz. during vegetative period
  • ideally, apply greater than 15 days after penergetic k
Soybeans
Total quantity applied 3.5 oz. (100 grams) per acre
Application intervals
  • two applications of 1.75 oz./ac between V4 and R1 *
  • spray intervals should be not less than 15 days apart
* if two applications is not practical, apply as one application  of 3.5 oz. per acre
Forage crops (alfalfa, grasses)
Total quantity applied 3.5 oz. (100 g) per acre; then 1.75 to 3.5 oz. (50 to 100 g) per acre after each
Application intervals
  • first application: when crop starts to green up; subsequent applications: after each cut
  • when forage crop used for silage (shorter cycle crop) application rate per cut can be reduced
Legumes (Field Peas, etc.)
Total quantity applied 3.5 – 4.25 oz. (100 – 120 grams) per acre
Application intervals
  • divide into 2 – 3 applications 20 – 60 days after planting
  • spray intervals should be not less than 15 days apart
Canola
Total quantity applied 3.5 oz. (100 grams) per acre
Application intervals
  • 1 application at 3.5 oz./ac. or 2 apps of 1.5 oz./ac.), once first true leaves fully developed and after rosette formation
Field Tomatoes/Potatoes/Root Vegetables
Total quantity applied +/- 10.5 oz. (300 grams) per acre
Application intervals
  • multiple applications (refer to horticultural crop application sheets for more specific details).
Other Crops
See Information Downloads (below) for application specifications for:

  • leafy greens, vegetables
  • berry crops
    fruit and nut trees
  • vineyards (grapes)
  • sugar beets
  • sorghum
  • nursery stock
  • cotton
  • greenhouses (including vegetables, flowers, etc.)
    etc.

For best results use in combination with Penergetic k

Results with penergetic p may vary from farm to farm, under different climatic and soil conditions and for different crops and from year to year.

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FIELD RESULTS:

INFORMATION DOWNLOADS

For more information on penergetic p the following downloads are available:

Penergetic p (general) brochure
Crop Production – Field Crop Overview
Soil Fertility Dilemma
Greenhouse Flyer
Potato Flyer
Grape Brochure
Vegetables and Leafy Greens
Root Vegetables
Small Fruits (Berries)
Fruit and Nut Trees
Tomatoes, Cucumbers and Peppers
OMRI Certificate

Non GMO-Declaration 2016 sugar beets