The unique makeup of OCC ingredients allows formulations with OCC to differentiate from normal agrochemicals, and have displayed many advantages unique in agriculture and horticulture settings on varied crops in different regions.
Robust and Healthier Crops with Enhanced Passive Immunity: Improved nutrient and mineral absorption through enhancing cell metabolism, which raises passive immunity for greater resistance to pests and diseases. Elements in OCC also allow crops to be more robust against elements of nature with better resistance to stresses, resulting in improved overall plant health and appearance.
Effective Delivery & Release of Nutrients: OCC facilitates the exchange of positive and negative ions in the soil or growing medium, allowing for effective nutrients uptake, delivery, and absorption by the root system to plant cells. It activates repressed nutrients to enhance more uniform and healthier plant growth, and optimize positive attributes of crops.
Better Quality & Higher Value: Effective nutrients absorption will improve taste, nutritional value, and appearance of crops, all key attributes to better value. Efficacy measurements in controlled condition - aeroponic cultivation (low variables & soil-less) for buttered lettuce confirmed the superior efficacy of OCC formulations in enhancing the nutritional value of crops.
Reduction in Risks of Chemical Compound Residues: The effectiveness of OCC on active ingredients delivery allows formulators to reduce the dosage of active ingredients in formulations. In the situation when active ingredients remain the same in formulations, growers are able to apply at higher dilution rate hence reducing the risks of compound residue on crops.
Lower Overall Cost & Higher Commercial Returns: The aggregate benefits derived from OCC for agriculture applications have resulted in sustained lower overall costs and higher commercial returns to both formulators and growers. The benefits extend beyond the fields for growers, with sustained freshness due to reduced pathogens and microbes. This factor has a positive impact on logistics and increased commercial returns along the value chain.