Acadian Plant Health™ extracts promote the synthesis of natural compounds (eg., polyamines, betaines and proline) that protect against cellular damage from environmental stresses and improve plant growth and development.
Organic acids serve as a source of energy production as well as precursors for many organic compounds.
Unique plant metabolites that are produced under stress to protect and prevent damage during numerous abiotic stresses.
Building blocks of proteins, they contribute to plant metabolism and other functions.
An osmoprotectant and micronutrient chelator, it helps with cell water retention and nutrient mobility.
Elicitors of plant defense mechanisms that promote plant health and strengthening.
Mineral chelator that aids in nutrient availability and as a microbial feedstock.
FCPs have been implicated in increased antioxidant and stress protection capabilities.
Derived from the fresh Ascophyllum, they are present as organically chelated forms, making them more available to plants.
Ascophyllum nodosum (also known as rockweed) lives exclusively in the cold, harsh conditions of the North Atlantic Ocean. Ascophyllum has evolved to survive in the intertidal zone by producing compounds that help alleviate the abiotic stresses it encounters in this unforgiving environment.
The Acadian Plant Health team harvests only the top portion of the plant, leaving the entire holdfast intact and allowing for rapid biomass regeneration.
Using an automated, PLC-controlled alkaline extraction process, Acadian Plant Health extracts are demonstrated to be consistent and unique.
Acadian Plant Health extracts are not an individual active compound. Instead, they are a mixture of multiple metabolically active compounds derived from the Ascophyllum nodosum and the alkaline extraction process.