Nature created the concept of plant activator
 
Systemic Activated Resistance
 
During evolution, plants developed natural defence mechanisms that help them to protect themselves from diseases caused by pathogens.

 

Systemic activated resistance An important mechanism of self-defence is a process known as SYSTEMIC ACTIVATED RESISTANCE or SAR.

When the plant is challenged by a fungus, bacterium or virus, a molecular signal is produced that activates the systemic defence of the plant rather like vaccination.

SAR provides lasting protection against a wide range of pathogens including fungi, bacteria and viruses.

 

PARAM-A: The best bioactivator on the market In order to improve nature and taking advantage of the SAR process, INPLA, s.a. has developed the most efficient bioactivator on the market, which
  1. Helps the plant to protect itself by its own means.
  2. Stimulates self-protection in the plant, only when necessary.
  3. Provides effective and lasting protection against a wide range of pathogens.
  4. Can be used successfully to treat many crops such as banana, papaya, tomato, potato, citrus, etc., at very low doses.
A few days after application, the SAR response is totally activated and the plants are optimally protected against pathogens, between treatments with PARAM-A.

 

Protection The bioactivator PARAM-A converts SAR into a practical tool for plant protection.

Properties of the PARAM-A Bioactivator: The components of PARAM-A alone have no direct effect on plant pathogens. It is therefore NOT a FUNGICIDE. Its mode of action is based on stimulating the natural defence mechanisms of the plant against pathogens, as though the plant were pre-infected.

Synomyms of SAR: immunization, vaccination, resistance induction.