The unique makeup of OCC allows formulations with OCC to differentiate from normal agrochemicals. OCC colloidal nutrients have displayed many advantages unique in agriculture and horticulture settings on varied crops in different regions.
Beyond the typical enhancement in productivity and quality attributes of commercial agriculture, OCC colloidal nutrients have achieved some unique contribution to sustainable agriculture, which includes;
- Low or “Zero” Residue Crop Management
- Mitigation of Challenging Diseases
- Soil Borne Diseases & Nematodes
- Grapevine Trunk Diseases
- Citrus Greening Disease
The following field results are a snapshot of results gathered from users of OCC colloidal nutrients. More field results could be found from the pull down menu.
Background In one of the largest vineyard in the Ribera del Duero region in Spain, a two-year efficacy trial of colloidal nutrients protocol on Tempranillo variety was conducted in 2014 and 2015 before full implementation. Three applications were applied in both campaigns to compare the efficacy of colloidal protocol against its standard protocol; At 20-40cm … Continue reading Vineyard: Reduce Chemical and Nutrients Input by 25~30% and Raise Output by 25%
Background Citrus Greening Disease is known to be the most devastating disease in the worldwide citrus industry with no effective cure to date. An 18-month assessment of the impact of colloidal nutrients to mitigate production losses was conducted in South America during the 2018-2019 season. The trial was designed to follow the orchard’s standard management … Continue reading Mitigate production losses on HLB-infected citrus
Background In a potato farm in Avila region in Spain, the application of OCC colloidal nutrients on VITALIA variety potato in 2018 illustrated the impact of colloidal nutrient’s benefits in sustainable agriculture. Three treatments were applied to compare the performance of colloidal nutrients against a neighbouring plot with standard cultivation practice. Applications were in combinations … Continue reading Potato: Reduce Chemical Input, Improve Commercial Output by 38% to 55%