HPM launches its new product- Aasra
Dec. 5, 2017
HPM Aasra, a silicon-based super spreader, is an agrochemical that ensures a sustainable shelter for crops against the problem of insecticides, fungicide, and herbicides in the easiest possible fashion. The same super spreader also acts as a plant growth regulator by acting with the performance of fertilizers and micronutrients.
The external threats are finding new ways to haunt the growth of seeds and plants. Every new generation of the insecticides is emerging as more powerful in comparison with the previous generation. This is why the immunity system of a regular plant also needs a boost. HPM Aasra supports certain functions in the plant that can ensure this additional strength in them.
In the absence of an agent like HPM Aasra all, these factors combined together are putting extra pressure on our crops and forcing them to produce less.
Aasra spray figures out the deficit areas of the crops and supports them in furnishing the process. For instance, if the herbicides are not working properly in favor of the growth of the plant, then Aasra spray can support them by activating the micronutrients that are present in the plant.
If a booster spray supports a single function in the plant, as a result rest of the functions automatically follow and ensure a better growth of the plant. Spray properties of an adjuvant supports them in spreading across the plant and support maximum surface area for the better results.
Aasra supports a silicon-based adjuvant; silicon-based spray booster is the latest technology. When we talk about Aasra in particular then we can say that its water tank based technology adds a new efficacy in the spray and allows it to spread evenly on the surface of the plants. This additional power to spray creates its affinity with the existing agrochemicals and pesticides that are present on the surface.
Aasra is a versatile spray booster; it can also be considered as a tonic for the crops. It can be used on a variety of crops quite effectively to ensure the best and healthiest yield from those crops.
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