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Amino acid play a crucial role in agriculture, contributing to plant growth, development, and overall health. While plants can synthesize some amino acids through photosynthesis, certain essential amino acids must be obtained from the soil.



Benefits of Amino Acid


  • Nutrient Uptake and Transport:

    • Amino acids are involved in the uptake and transport of essential nutrients in plants. They form complexes with minerals, facilitating their movement through the plant.
  • Protein Synthesis:

    • Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. Proteins are involved in various physiological processes in plants, including the formation of enzymes, structural components, and signaling molecules.
  • Enzyme Activation:

    • Many enzymes critical for plant metabolism and growth require specific amino acids for their activation. Amino acids contribute to the functionality of these enzymes.
  • Stress Response:

    • Amino acids play a role in the plant's response to stress conditions, such as drought, salinity, or pest infestation. They are involved in the synthesis of stress-related proteins and metabolites.
  • Root Development:

    • Amino acids are essential for root development. They contribute to the formation of root hairs and the overall health of the root system, allowing plants to better absorb water and nutrients from the soil.
  • Seed Germination:

    • During seed germination, amino acids are crucial for the mobilization of stored proteins. They provide the necessary energy and building blocks for the growth of the emerging seedling.
  • Fertilizer Additives:

    • Amino acids are often included in fertilizer formulations to enhance nutrient absorption and improve nutrient use efficiency. They can serve as chelating agents, helping plants take up essential minerals more effectively.
  • Biostimulants:

    • Amino acids are commonly used as components of biostimulants in agriculture. Biostimulants are substances that, when applied to plants, promote growth, stress tolerance, and overall health. Amino acids in biostimulants can enhance nutrient uptake, improve plant vigor, and support resilience to environmental stress.
  • Foliar Sprays:

    • Amino acids are sometimes applied as foliar sprays directly to plant leaves. This method can provide a quick and readily available source of amino acids, promoting plant growth and addressing nutrient deficiencies.
  • Organic Farming:

    • Amino acids are compatible with organic farming practices. Organic fertilizers and soil amendments containing amino acids are used to enhance soil fertility and support sustainable agriculture.


How to use Amino acids?


1. Selecting the Right Amino Acid Product:

  • There are various amino acid products available in the market. Choose a product that suits your crops, soil type, and specific agricultural needs.
  • Consider whether you need a liquid formulation for foliar application or a granular form for soil application.

2. Dilution or Mixing:

  • If using a liquid amino acid product, dilute it with water according to the manufacturer's instructions. Common dilution rates range from 0.1% to 1.0%.
  • If using a granular formulation, follow the recommended application rates specified on the product label.

3. Application Methods:

  • Foliar Spray:

    • Mix the diluted amino acid solution with water and apply as a foliar spray. This allows for quick absorption through the leaves.
    • Foliar applications are effective for providing a rapid nutrient boost, especially during critical growth stages.
  • Soil Application:

    • Apply amino acids directly to the soil. This can be done by incorporating them into the soil during planting or by top-dressing around established plants.
    • Soil applications promote nutrient availability and microbial activity in the rhizosphere.

4. Timing of Application:

  • Apply amino acids during key growth stages, such as seed germination, transplanting, flowering, and fruit development.
  • Consider making applications during periods of environmental stress, such as drought, heat, or nutrient deficiencies.

5. Frequency:

  • Amino acids can be applied periodically throughout the growing season. The frequency depends on the specific needs of the crops and the soil conditions.
  • Follow the recommended application schedule provided by the product manufacturer.

Amino Acid - Naturally processed Concentrator for Plant Growth

1 Liter
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