SabrEx® for Wheat and Cereals is a seed treatment leading the transition to the future in farming. Specifically formulated to treat wheat seeds, rye, barley, sorghum, oats, spelt, and triticale. Maximize crop production with the benefits of iGET™ Technology.
SabrEx® for Wheat and Cereals is a formulation of two (2) specific and carefully selected, patented proprietary strains of Trichoderma. The Trichoderma colonizes with the plants’ root system and develops a symbiotic relationship with the plant, feeding off the starches and sugars produced by the plant. In turn, the plant benefits from the Trichoderma as they exude enzymes and proteins for the plants use.
Because the Trichoderma, fungi, found in SabrEx® for Wheat and Cereals work symbiotically with the plant to efficiently utilize moisture and nutrients, the treated crop is able to maintain healthy growth during periods of drought.
Larger Root Systems
The first thing farmers point out when harvesting wheat treated with SabrEx® for Wheat and Cereals is the difference in root mass and fine hairs in comparison to untreated wheat of the same variety. The Trichoderma colonizes in the root system, maximizing the utilization of nutrients. The enzymes and proteins exuded by the Trichoderma result in a larger root system.
One of the most important benefits of SabrEx® for Wheat and Cereals is the increased tillering which ultimately leads to increased yields.
The number one benefit of harvesting winter wheat treated with SabrEx® for Wheat and Cereals is the increased yields. Over the past 4 years, SabrEx® for Wheat and Cereals has averaged 5.3 bu/a over untreated crops.
Efficient Use of Nutrients in Soil
Because SabrEx® for Wheat and Cereals produces a larger root system and improves nitrogen efficiency, the treated crop improves topsoil tilth and nitrogen scavenging.
One 48oz. jug of SabrEx® for Wheat and Cereals treats 96 – 50LB bags of Wheat or Cereal Seed. One case of SabrEx® for Wheat and Cereals treats 576 – 50 LB bags of Wheat or Cereal Seed.
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