Inoculants


Who knew bacteria could be so innocuous?

For incredible plant health, invest in inoculants. Inoculants are a type of added bacteria that “infect” plant seeds—in a good way. These bacteria use the plant to draw nitrogen from the air, then convert and store the nitrogen in the plant’s roots. As a result, nitrogen-packed nodules form, turning your plant into a nutrient-rich powerhouse.

It’s harmless to the plant—and helpful for your harvest.

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A HIGHER STANDARD

Before you purchase an inoculant, it’s important to understand how its effectiveness is measured. Currently, there are no regulations in the U.S. when it comes to inoculant efficacy. In other words, companies can make misleading claims about how much rhizobia (nitrogen-producing bacteria) are on their inoculants, and the customer would never know.

We live by higher standards. UAS abides by Canadian inoculant efficacy benchmarks—100,000 rhizobia on the seed at time of planting. This honest, research-based approach bolsters trust and ensures our customers are getting what they pay for. It’s just one more way we do business differently.


 
 

INOCULANTS WE OFFEr

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ADDITIONAL INOCULANTS

  • TagTeam LCO

  • Primo CL

  • Vault HP & NP

  • Cell-Tech

  • Graph-Ex SA

  • N-Dure


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Promote plant health… and protect it.

While inoculants give your plant a nutritional boost, seed treatment works in other ways. Learn all about seed treatment—and the value of partnering with UAS.