Seed treatment of cereal crops (wheat, barley, rye, oat, rice) with Vigus stimulates plant growth and development, increases vigor and seed germination by 6-10%, enlarges general and productive tillering. Vigus provides high stimulating effect on development of seeds and significantly enhances the growth and development of the root system of plants. It increases drought resistance of plants and improves the hibernation conditions of winter crops. Seed pretreatment activates germination of seedlings and such stimulating effect is observed during the month and, under certain conditions, throughout the growing season. Vigus application accelerates the emergence of seedlings by 1-2 days.
Vigus activates DNA, RNA and protein synthesis processes, which speed up the rate of cell division and thus germination of seeds increases.
Presowing seed treatment is very important not only for cereal crops, but also for crops such as sunflower, buckwheat, corn, soy, pea and colza. The effects of Vigus on these crops are similar to the above mentioned effects on the cereal crops.
Presowing seed treatment of vegetable and cucurbit crops, along with seedling treatment, is also important. However, due to the active dissemination of already-treated and pelleted seed forms, the presowing seed treatment in most cases is impossible. Therefore, the foliar treatment of plants is even of greater importance in the vegetation period, especially in the early stages of plant development.