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Agriculture Science

Reducing environmental impact and costs while raising productivity Gre

Agriculture Science

Crop cultivation as a food source is, increasingly, returning to the centre of scientific and political attention. At the current rate of population growth, combined with unpredictable weather due to climate change, it is critical that we seek greatest efficiency and economy in our use of limited agricultural resources. At Draslovka, we believe that part of the solution lies with the responsible use of sustainable fumigants, fertilizers and growth regulators, which help to increase crop yields, considerably. Our Agricultural Division offers solutions to those who want to get more out of their land, at lower costs, whilst preserving the soil and environment, for future generations. We encourage interested parties to contact us to learn more about the science behind those solutions.

Our Agricultural chemicals

EDN®

EDN® is an ozone-friendly alternative to methyl bromide. Its advantages are better penetration characteristics, higher efficacy and shorter application time.

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BLUEFUME®

BLUEFUME® is a nonselective biocide that is used for structural fumigation (i.e., industrial buildings and processing plants, flour mills, ships, airplanes etc.) and for fumigation of commodities and fresh produce (i.e., bananas, pineapples, cut flowers etc.), in preparation for shipment.

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Chlormequat

Draslovka is one of the biggest Chlormequat producers in Europe. Chlormequat, also known as ChlorCholineChloride (CCC), serves as a major agricultural growth regulators in a number of countries.

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Did you know?

Even though HCN and cyanides are acute toxins, they are actually naturally-occurring substances that can be found in certain fruits and vegetables. The most common of these are almonds, soybeans, bamboo shoots, cassava and spinach. In addition, cyanides, or chemicals that are metabolised to cyanides, are found in those fruits containing a pip, such as cherries, apricots and apples. And, if you smoke, hydrogen cyanide can be found in the cigarette smoke as well.

Cyanides are naturally present in nature.

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