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Prohexadione calcium first time registered on Ginger by Sega in Chinaqrcode

Jan. 19, 2023

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Jan. 19, 2023

Recently, the registration of Prohexadione calcium 15% SC applied by Zhejiang Sega Science and Technology Co., Ltd was approved by China MoA.


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Registered crop is Ginger and use for growth regulation, it is recommended to add 75-225 ml of formulation per ha to 450- 6755 kg of water, spray at most once per season. This is the first time that China's Ministry of Agriculture has approved the registration of Prohexadione calcium on ginger.

Prohexadione calcium is a new type of plant growth regulator of cyclohexane carboxylic acid. It can effectively control the growth of plants by inhibiting the biosynthesis of gibberellin in plants, so as to improve the fruit setting rate, yield and quality of plants. In addition, Prohexadione calcium can regulate plant metabolism, improve crop stress resistance, and has the characteristics of low residue, low toxicity, and low environmental pollution. It is one of the ideal varieties to replace triazole retardants, and has a wide application prospect.

Prohexadione calcium can be widely used on wheat, rice, sweet potato, potato, cotton, peanuts, apple trees, grapevine, citrus trees and tall fescue lawns.

According to the Chinese National standard GB 2763-2021, the MRL of Prohexadione calcium is not stipulated at present.

In addition to 15%SC, Sega can also produce 10%SC, 27.5%DF/WG and other formulations, welcome interested customers to contact us for cooperation.

Contact:
Peter Xu
Zhejiang Sega Science and Technology Co., Ltd
Tel: 86-13819136280 / 86-571-87245132
Email: peter@segaagro.com

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