Ethics – ANMOL

Ethics – ANMOL is first broad spectrum antimicrobial organic agent for crops invented first in India for against plant pathogenic fungi and bacteria. Novel antimicrobial agent.It is a selective fungicidal and bactericidal organic agent. Anmol makes plants healthy and promotes plant growth, prevent diseases like fungi and bacteria. Anmol stimulates the hormonal system of plants regularly and makes the growth of plants faster and protects plants from the effects of weather. Anmol is of plant origin. It is extracted from plants and safe for human health.

Benefits:

Ethics – ANMOL is antibiotic first broad spectrum antibacterial agent which controls all plant pathogenic fungi and pathogenic bacteria.

Anmol is curative and protective both type of activities from pathogen.

Anmol is require in least amount for spray and actively absorbed in plant tissues to give signaling to plant to induce intra cellular metabolites. So, it increasing plant immune system, to protect plant from infection.

Helps in the biological function of plants and also helps in the produce of proteins, thereby improving the quality of the crop.

Increases the immunity of the plant, thus reducing the use of pesticides.

Plants increase their ability to absorb soil natural elements and the elements provided by fertilizer.

Crop can be protected from environmental effects by the use of Anmol.

Use of Anmol leads to a steady increase in branch and sub branch.

Promotes the complete growth of the plant using Anmol.

The use of Anmol produces large dark green glossy leaves and keeps the plants healthy and green.

Increases the number of flowers in the plant, thus increasing production.

Prevent flowers fall and enhances fruit quality, excellent fruit and healthy yield.

Crops

Crops: Cotton, Groundnut, Castor, Bajra, Till, Rice, Wheat, Ginger, Potato, Tobacco, Cumin, Soybean, etc.

Fruits: Grapes, Apple, Lemon, Citrus, Orange, Mango, Guava, Chiku, Strawberry, Pomegranate, Watermelon, Cashew Nut, Almonds, etc.

Orchards: Coffee, Coco, Black Pepper etc.

Vegetables: Tomato, Cucumber, Betergard, Chili, Brinjal, Onion, Garlic, Ladies Finger, Broccoli, Cucurbits Peas, etc.

Flowers: Gerbera, Rose, Orchid, Mogra, Jasmine, Champa, Sunflower etc.

Application Methodology:

Mix 3 to 5 ml of Anmol in 15 L of water.

Shake very well before use.

Application protocols:

Do not use with any chemical farm inputs.

TDS of water should be below 700.

Temperature of atmosphere should be below 30° C.

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