nanogro is a very innovative and modern stimulator of growth and yield, as well as an inductor of resistance intended for use in plant cultivation. it contains metal sulphates and humic acids; it has an anti-stress effect, releases natural vital forces of plants and strengthens its resistance to stress: thermal, humidity, mechanical damage, excessive sunlight, pests and pathogens attack; it has a beneficial effect on the quantity and quality of yielding, growth of shoots, leaves and flower buds; it is intended to be used in all types of crops, including winter crops, for which it ensures better wintering and faster development in spring.
The mechanism of action of nanogro is based on the physiological reaction of the plant to the appearance of metal sulphates in its environment. After penetration into the plant cell, the preparation is noticed by the receptors that transmit a signal to the so-called signal molecules (proteins being a component of the cell membrane surrounding the nucleus of the cell). Signal molecules transmit information to the cell nucleus about the appearance of new substances in the plant environment (nanogro) and activation of so-called defence genes takes place. These genes encode proteins that perform various functions in signal pathways. In this way, damaged tissues are repaired and proteins and other components are produced to prevent further damage. The perception of the stimulus is possible thanks to the presence of structures known as receptors. Their location determines the range of stimuli received. They can receive information that does not directly affect the action of the cell.
The existence of a number of receptors involved in hormonal reactions has also been scientifically proven. nanogro releases the plant's natural vitality and strengthens its resistance to unfavourable thermal conditions, humidity, mechanical damage, excessive sunlight, pests and pathogens attack and others to which the plant is exposed during the growing season.
The use of nanogro reduces the adverse effects of biotic (from living nature: pathogens, weeds, pests) and abiotic (from inanimate nature: drought, salinity, deficiency or excess water) stress. Studies prove that abiotic stress is the main global cause of crop loss. The earlier nanoGro is used, the better its effectiveness (i.e. the younger plants are treated with nanoGro, the better they will strengthen).