Dec. 15, 2017
Arysta LifeScience will present the physio activator Raizal in Brazil this month, which is expected to increase sugarcane productivity and bring more quality to planting. “Reducing costs and increasing productivity are the priorities of the sugarcane industry, and it is important to know the strategies that can be adopted to obtain superior results by lowering the cost of per ton of processed sugar,” said Carlos Peres, Product and Markets Coordinator for sugarcane and pasture at Arysta LifeScience.
According to Arysta, Raizal is a solution capable of maximizing the plant potential, bringing greater rooting, water and nutrients absorption, more strength, productivity and results in ART,” explained Carlos.
Rizal is composed of monoammonium phosphate, monopotassium phosphate, potassium nitrate, magnesium sulfate and citric acid. It is a physio activator developed to supply the necessary nutrients for the development of young plants growing from transplants and direct seeding.
According to the maker, the balance action of Raizal brings adequate nutrient supplement to young plants, favoring root development and faster vegetative growth. Raizal is not phytotoxic at a recommended dose, Arysta has guaranteed.
“In 2017, there was a reduction in the productivity due to the drought and aging of the sugarcane plantations, and the probability of a reduction in the productivity is maintained until 2018, with low expectation for planting. However, we feel it is the moment to invest in technologies for cane soca, reuse the crop and seek higher productivity,” added Peres.