B-pect - supramolecular complex of pectin-boron to increase the yield of fruit&berry crops by 30-50%

B-pect - supramolecular complex of pectin-boron to increase the yield of fruit&berry crops by 30-50%

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BeeTruck technology - 100% green technology to increase fruit&berry yields. BeeTruck technology efficiency, than root/foliar top dressing is in 100 times higher.
How BeeTruck works? Bees deliveres of the  supramolecular complex pectin-boron in plants for increase the yield of fruit and berry crops by 30-50%.
What is pectin-boron supramolecular complex?  B-pect is a supramolecular complex seaweed pectin Zosteran with boric acid, powder of a certain consistency, with the ability to attach to the legs and abdomen of bees. Pectin provides a sustained release of boron, which in turn provides a synergistic effect when microdoses of the complex are introduced into the plant and to stimulates of the fertilization process plants. In addition, pectin is involved in the construction of cell membranes and is a plant growth factor.
Why is B-maze needed? B-maze is a flat box with inlet and outlet holes and an internal maze to increase the path of the bees. Poweder B-pect is poured into the bottom of the tray. Bees, when leaving the hive, pass through the B-maze and B-pect is riveted on their legs and abdomen.
Advantages of BeeTruck technology:
AGRICULTURE 4.0, microdosing
instead of 1 ton of fertilizer - 1 g of B-pec
For 1 hectare of apple trees: 5 days + 20 hives + 100g B-pect = +30% of apple yield
BeeTruck is 100 times more efficient than classical technology
ZERO hydrocarbons
B-pect from "garbage" (complex processing of seagrass Zosteraceae)

B-pect is a natural plant growth regulator representing a supramolecular complex of zosteran-boron.
Zosteran is a low-esterified pectin isolated from seagrass of the Zosteraceae family. Zosteran is a physiologically active polysaccharide belonging to the group of so-called biological response modifiers (BRMs).
Zosteran is biologically active against any terrestrial plants. It is NOT intended for soil fertilization and does NOT have an active biological effect on the soil.
Active ingredient:
Zosteran is a pectin whose chain consists of galacturonan bark and monosaccharides (rhamnose, arabinose, xylose, apiose, mannose, glucose, galactose) 
Boron (bound in complex with zosteran).
Color - dark brown.
Safety for humans:
The drug belongs to low-hazard compounds, has no skin irritant, cumulative and sensitizing effect.
Safety for bees:
The drug belongs to low-hazard compounds, safe for bees, does not change the behavior of bees.
Safety for plants:
The drug belongs to low-hazard compounds, safe for plants.
Biological activity:
- High growth-stimulating activity, increasing germination by 22-41%;
- increase of drought resistance due to the increase of chlorophyll content in plant foliage;
- increase in germination energy of seeds at soaking for 24 hours in 1,4-1,8 times;
- increase in germination 1.3-1.5 times;
- increase in plant growth rate by 2 times;
- increase in the growth rate of the root system by 1.6 times;
- increase in yield by 32-46% (for fruit and berry plants).
Biological availability: passage through leaf membrane - 92%.
The rate of boron transport inside the plant vertically and horizontally - 50-60% during 48h (to the extreme points).

BeeTruck technology (for bees)

  1. Pour 2-3 g of B-pect into the B-maze.
  2. Attach the B-maze to the hive so that the slit of the B-maze coincides with the bee exit hole.
  3. The B-maze is installed in the morning before the first mass flight of bees and detached after the mass flight of bees.
  4. One bee family takes out 1-2 g of B-pect during the morning mass flight.

B-pect consumption per 1 ha: 50g (berries); 100g (apples, pears, cherries); 200g (sunflower)
Hives/days for processing 1 ha: 20/2-3 (berries); 20/5-6 (apples, pears, cherries); 20/10-12 (sunflower).
Repeated pollination for one more day is recommended.

Preparation of working solution (for machine spraying)
The drug concentrate is diluted with water in the ratio of 100g of drug per 1000 L of water (1:10000).   Spray the plants with the resulting working solution.
Consumption rate per one plant - from 2 to 10ml and depends on boron-dependence of the crop - the more boron-dependent the crop, the more the working solution consumption per one plant.
Rate of consumption Treatment should be carried out by spraying the green mass of plants in dry weather, in the morning or in the evening. Fine atomization is recommended.
Shelf life of working aqueous solution is NOT more than 3 days.
Compatible with other preparations (pesticides, herbicides, fungicides).
Shelf life&Storage
Shelf life of dry concentrate: 24 months. The expiration date is indicated on the label. Storage temperature: 4-25ºC, in a dry dark place.