ADVANTAGES AND FEATURES
SPECIFIC METABOLIC PROCESSES
GSN-2004 is used for the stimulation of the receptor mechanism of mass transport of compounds through the plant cell wall. This mechanism is based on the information exchange between the extracellular medium and the cell cytoplasm. When this happens the cell, through the membrane receptors, recognises and binds only the substances it needs. The rate of the mass transport is increased and the energy expended is decreased and, as a consequence, the rate of cell division and plant growth is faster with the lowest possible energy expenditure.
DIFFERENCES FORM OTHER COMPOUNDS
The key difference from other compounds is that this compound does not contain artificial synthesised substances thus being a natural and safe treatment that improves the quality and quantity of the crop.
It has no side effects like mineral compounds do (soil salinization, pH imbalance, limitations in organic and mineral compositions leading to the deterioration of nutritive properties).
In contrast to bacterial compounds, GSN-2004 promotes growth and reproduction of bacteria already present in the soil treated not introducing ‘foreign’ bacterial strains of unknown origins. Only useful bacteria grow in numbers, pathogenic flora does not increase.
Experiments have demonstrated that the amount of mineral fertilizers can be reduced down to 50% when GSN-2004 is used.
GSN-2004 does not replace mineral fertilizers but makes it possible for plants to use them more efficiently while still feeding the microflora, not suppressing it.
A healthy microflora is capable of digesting organic matter and regenerate the humus layer of soil.
TESTING ABD SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
We understand your reservations which is exactly why we have conducted dozens of scientific and field tests to ascertain the effectiveness of our compound.
1. 2002 — Kurgan Scientific-Research Institute of Agriculture of the Russian Academy of Agriculture
2. 2003 — Kurgan T. S. Maltsev Academy of Agriculture
3. 2004 — Kurgan T. S. Maltsev Academy of Agriculture
4. 2005 — Kurgan T. S. Maltsev Academy of Agriculture
5. 2006 — Kurgan T. S. Maltsev Academy of Agriculture
6. 2009 — OOO PETRIKOM, S. Bolshoye Gusinoye, Petukhovskiy District, Kurgan,
7. 2009 — OOO NIVA, s. Aspa, Uyinskiy District, Chelyabinsk,
8. 2009 — OOO Filimonovo, Chebarkulskiy District, Chelyabinsk
9. 2010 — Ural Scientific-Research Institute of Agriculture of the Russian Academy of Agriculture,
10. 2010 — Lower Saxony Chamber of Agriculture, Germany
11. 2010 — OOO Vivat, Kamensk Uralskiy District, Sverdlovsk,
12. 2010 — Ural TEST Yekaterinburg,
13. 2011 — Ural Scientific-Research Institute of Agriculture of the Russian Academy of Agriculture
14. 2011 — Lower Saxony Chamber of Agriculture, Germany
15. 2013 — Timiryazev Institute of Agriculture
1. 2004 — Ural Exhibition “Home and Garden”, Letter of Gratitude.
2. 2007 — Ural Exhibition “Home and Garden”, Letter of Gratitude.
3. 2009 — HANNOVER MESSE 2010, Hannover, Germany. Contract for testing with the Lower Saxony Chamber of
4. 2010 — INNOPROM 2010 Yekaterinburg.
5. 2013 — Volgograd
6. 2013 —Rostov-on-Don
7. 2010 — Urals federal District Regional Project Competition, 1st place;
8. 2010 — Russian Project Competition Skolkovo, Winner. USA Silicon Valley
9. 2010 — ROSNANO Project Competition, 1770. Competition Laureate.