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AF Triboost is a naturally occurring plant growth promoter which can act as a photosynthesis enhancer. It increases cell division rates leading to production of larger root and shoot mass. When sprayed on plants during growth periods, it activates secondary messengers leading to enhanced enzymatic activities in plants that increase photosynthesis.
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AF Triboost is something slightly different compared to a regular stimulator and is called a Phytohormone, ‘growth factor’ or stimulant. It is a substance that is found naturally in the leaves of most plants. It is non-toxic, yet when it is used to best effect, it produces a major difference in the way that a plant grows (in a highly beneficial and positive way).
AF Triboost increases cell division rates, which produces larger root and shoot mass. When sprayed on plant during growth periods, it activates secondary messengers which increase enzymatic and hormone activity to boost Brix levels and plant immunity. Other studies on Triacontonal have shown it to improve protein synthesis, promote flowering, tillering and branching, reduce flower and fruit drop, increase crop height, and foster earlier crop maturity.
Used at the correct dosage, AF Triboost significantly increases the amount of chlorophyll in leaves, thereby improving the rate of photosynthesis. It increases the rate of cell growth and multiplication. It down-regulates stress factors and yet up-regulates photosynthesis, photorespiration, and assimilation of CO2.
AF Triboost can be applied in many situations to a variety of crops as a bio-stimulant.
All agricultural crops: 10-40 ml/ha in 100 L/ha water. Perfect partner to work alongside Multi-nutrient packages such as AF Pulsar and AF MultiExtra.
Stir well before use. Ensure other inputs are pre-dissolved, and/or diluted, before slowly adding prediluted AF Triboost. Pre-dilute AF Triboost by mixing 1 part product to 10 parts water. Where higher rates are required for good foliar coverage, do not exceed maximum product rate per hectare.