Non-Ionic spreader, sticker, penetrator. Surfactant/ Adjuvant for insecticide, fungicide, herbicide, fertilizers. Cut leaf wax, superior penetration, controls drift. Atomic Grow is vegetable/ sugar based and is metabolized by the plant unlike other surfactants made with resins and petroleum that retard photosynthesis by just sticking around. Atomic Grow is different because we stick and carry at the same time. We are a multifunctional product with many benefits beyond sticking to plant leaves.
Atomic Grow is the original agricultural soap spray. We do not offer any subconcentrates for agricultural use. When you purchase Atomic Grow you are purchasing a stand alone product that is not manufactured by any other company in the world. Lets do some math. If a competitors product has 50% water in the jug then you are paying twice as much. So if a competitor offers you a lower price and claims that their product is identical to Atomic Grow call us before you buy it. We stand behind our product 100% and if you feel that you have purchased product that is not 100% consistent please call us at 321-557-6219.
Biosurfactants and Bioadjuvants are a form of renewable energy that can be produced from agricultural feedstocks. It can be made from very common crops such as sugar cane, potato, manioc and corn. There has been considerable debate about how useful bio-adjuvants will be in replacing petroleum based foliar products that aid in sticker type features but do not offer additional benefits and often leave a petroleum residue in the soil. Concerns about production and use relate to increased yields due to the large amount of digestable product that the plants can utilize for increaed Co2 uptake and photosynthesis., as well as the energy and uptake balance of the whole cycle of production, especially from corn. Recent developments with cellulosic ethanol production and commercialization may allay some of these concerns.
Cellulosic ethanol or organic sugar offers promise because cellulose fibers, a major and universal component in plant cells walls, can be used to produce organic sucrose.[According to the International Energy Agency, cellulosic ethanol could allow agricultural foliar sprays to play a much bigger role in the future than previously thought.
The dispersed-phase particles have a diameter of between approximately 1 and 1000 nanometers. Such particles are normally invisible in an optical microscope, though their presence can be confirmed with the use of an ultramicroscope or an electron microscope. Homogeneous mixtures with a dispersed phase in this size range may be called colloidal aerosols, colloidal emulsions, colloidal foams, colloidal dispersions, or hydrosols. The dispersed-phase particles or droplets are affected largely by the surface chemistry present in the colloid.