Aqua-Yield Introduces New Herbicide Adjuvant

At only 4 oz./acre application rate, Aqua-Yield has introduced the industry game-changer, Nano-Pro. In university and field testing, Nano-Pro was added to herbicide treatments and showed a consistent increase in weed kill. Data shows that weed kill efficacy improved an average of 29%.

Aqua-Yield CEO and co-founder Clark Bell announces the immediate availability of Nano-Pro for general farm usage in easy-to-use and store 2 1/2 (2.5) -gallon containers.

“Nano-Pro is different from other herbicide adjuvants because it contains an aquamized formulation to more effectively deliver herbicide to plant cells through Aqua-Yield’s proprietary Nano-Shield delivery system,” Bell said. “Our testing/data indicates that with Nano-Pro, farmers will see a faster kill of weeds and a higher kill on tougher weeds. Our propriety and patented nano-formulation promotes cellular access to weeds and Nano-Pro can be used in combination with other great herbicide products.”

Each 2.5-gallon container of Nano-Pro will service 80 acres of farmland weed control. It is available through Aqua-Yield’s regional sales force and distribution partners and is delivered directly to farmers. As an adjuvant, Nano-Pro is Aqua-Yield’s next step in making the agri-chemical supply chain better. Aqua-Yield will introduce more products in the coming months.

Aqua-Yield Chief Science Officer Landon Bunderson PhD noted: “NanoPro has been under development for several years. We’re excited to finally release a totally new adjuvant that will serve as additional help to farmers who are struggling with more effective weed control. NanoPro is the most exciting technology we have released to date.”

It is recommended not to use this product with fungicides or pesticides. If applied with a fungicide or pesticide, it is the user’s responsibility to conduct a trial application on the crop(s) to be sprayed with this mix of chemicals to determine compatibility of products and compatibility with crop(s) sprayed. When mixing with other spray materials a jar compatibility test is recommended.

Aqua-Yield is a rapidly-growing sustainable fertilizer technology company. Co-founded in 2014, Aqua-Yield has introduced the “smallest innovation in agricultural history.” Aqua-Yield’s technologies deliver materials directly to the plant’s cells leading to a much higher overall efficiency. Aqua-Yield’s process introduces liquid nanotechnology to agriculture leading to significant advantages for the grower. Results of the company’s unique technologies include; higher yields, lower cost inputs, shorter crop cycles, less environmental impact and an increase in nutrient impact.

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