PGS is a balanced formula that is designed and fully chelated to be used as a superior seed treatment and germinator. P.G.S. gives growing plants the means to explode with growth! PGS launches root development increasing ground penetration and nutrient uptake.
- Excellent Starter
- Increases Germination
- Immediate Availability
- Increase Drought Tolerance
- Higher Crop Yields
- Effective & Affordable
Includes the following Inerts
- Micro Nutrients
Two of the primary benefits of P.G.S. are to build plants’ roots and improve stress tolerance. Applied as directed, it can significantly increase stress tolerance and survival potential by supplying beneficial constituents plants can’t make for themselves when under intense or seasonal stress.
– Cotton Farmer GA
Use it on anything you grow
Grow bigger, stronger and healthier root mass.
The test field and the control field both had C4 but the test field had PGS as a starter. The PGS treated roots made the difference in the results
The ingredients in P.G.S. have shown by independent research to improve:
- Chlorophyll content
- Brix Levels
- Plant antioxidant levels
- Cell wall strength
- Stress tolerance
- Resistance to diseases
- Drought tolerance
- Root mass and length
Seed treatment: 8 oz. per bushel Starter on the seed in the rows.
16-32 oz. per acre with first C4 fertilization.
Foliar Feeding: 1-4 quarts per acre through the growing season.
Bioneat Ag makes no warranties of any kind, express or implied with respect to PGS. Manufacturer’s and seller’s obligation limited to replacement of product for defective material only. Neither seller or manufacturer shall be liable for any injury, loss or damage directly or consequently arising from the misuse or inability to use the product.
We specialize in complete micronutrient packages and organic surfactants that meet the needs of all major commercial crops. Our products focus on making both the plant and the soil healthy through proper, targeted nutrition. This helps to lower and even eliminate the need for harmful chemical inputs. More farmers are seeing the benefits of working with Nature and going “Green” versus using conventional chemical production practices.