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Application, quality assessment & engineering

Application

Core Function

The biological performance of a treated seed is a mark of treatment process quality. Our experts ensure the quality of seed treatment will achieve optimal biological performance, with an intense eye on safe use during the treatment operation and at planting, for both the operator and the environment. We also test the best product combinations and application processes to establish clear guidelines on equipment and process parameters. The physical quality parameters of many seeds are tested along the way with a range of tools developed to ensure our customers enjoy season-long, highest output standards. And to support a successful planting season for growers, we also provide an in-season hotline to help address their specific needs.

Rub-off testing

Rub-off testing

Dust reduction

Dust reduction

What we do

  • Seed loading analysis
  • Seed-to-seed product distribution
  • Plantability and seed flowability testing
  • Process information integration support
  • Engineering support
  • In-season hotline support

How customers benefit

  • Full value assurance with the highest technical efficacy
  • Individual seeds and young plants have the best possible protection season-long
  • Optimal performance for growers in a trouble-free planting season. A smooth application process with efficient bagging capacity, saving growers’ time and costs
  • Live data captured during the treatment process so customers can gauge service quality for their end customers
  • Accurate and safe product use ensured by using technology that meets the requirements of the specific treatment solution
  • Minimal in-season disruption related to minor operation adjustments


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Important: Use seed treatment products safely. Always read the label and product information before use. Referenced products are registered for use in certain countries and national label instructions have to be read and followed; please check with your local regulatory authority for further information.