Minimise stress, maximise performance.
Developed with zero chemical pesticides, Spinach goseed is a nutrient-rich coating technology combined with bio-stimulants, formulated for use on spinach to help plants better cope with abiotic stress.
Spinach goseed focuses on boosting early plant nutrition during the plant emergence and young plant growth stage, ensuring its success in variable growing conditions.
Promotes plant emergence
Enhances plant health to minimise impact of abiotic stress
Contains bio-stimulants + micronutrients for improved early crop growth
Maximises crop performance to increase yield
Spinach goseed field trial summary
Supporting the seed through germination, emergence and its first few days of growth is vital in establishing a healthy plant stand. Achieving a good plant stand reduces seed investment loss for growers and is critical for maximising Spinach crop yield. Trials were conducted to look at the performance of Germains Spinach goseed against un-treated Spinach seeds.
Nine different seed varieties were used, at three trial locations, with crops being planted weekly from July through to September. The growing season across all three sites was generally wetter and colder than normal regional conditions with average temperatures as low as 15 degrees Celsius during September and rainfall reaching up to 98mm in one month. Where the conditions were wetter, the biggest improvements in emergence, plant stand, and final yield were observed.
Trials showed that using Spinach goseed could significantly reduce crop losses from abiotic stress during the early plant growth stage. Trials also showed that this could have a direct impact on final crop yields.
Germains’ goal is to deliver innovative seed enhancement technologies that help maximise nature’s potential. This goal has never been more important. Today Spinach growers are challenged with producing more from less, achieving even greater yields, with fewer chemicals, in ever more challenging growing conditions. The EU directive deadline to reduce the overall use of more hazardous pesticides by 50% by 2030 seems a long way off, but the change needs to start today. We need to embrace the next generation of seed technology which will combine carefully selected nutrients with bio-stimulants and other micro-ingredients to deliver more natural support to plants.
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