Chitin is also known as chitin and chitosan. As a natural polysaccharide, chitin is also known as animal cellulose. In agriculture, chitin is commonly used in biological fertilizers, biological pesticides, plant growth regulators, soil conditioners, agricultural preservatives, and feed additives.
Product information: The antibacterial activity of chitin is very significant, and it has a good antibacterial effect on most of the gram-negative bacteria and gram-positive bacteria. Chitin induces crops to produce a variety of resistant substances, and is effective in the prevention and control of diseases caused by viruses, fungi, bacteria, etc. More importantly, the prevention and control of viral diseases used to be a difficult problem for plant protection, but the control effect of chitin pesticides is very satisfactory. Chitin pesticides can achieve the best results when used before the crops become ill. Chitin can prevent and directly control crop anthracnose, blight, wilt, root rot and other diseases.
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Efficacy: Promote the production of roots and promote the germination of plant seeds
Strong bactericidal ability, improve soil
Improve crop quality and increase yield