Rhamnolipid



Applications

Agriculture

A wetting agent is defined as an additive when added to a liquid increases the usage of the application. Agricultural wetting agents increase the usage of pesticides and fertilizers for treatments in crops. Basically, wetting agents reduce the expense of spraying. The only problem is, what is being used in sprays that are environmentally unsafe? How about a wetting agent with a natural pesticide built in that super charges fertilizers? Rhamnolipid will replace most agricultural wetting agents. Read more...

Pesticides

A pesticide is used to kill pests and organisms that feed on plants and animals. The effects of pesticides also affect targets outside the spray zone from runoff to areas outside the spray zone. These environmental concerns range from grazing areas, human settlements as well as wild animal habitats. Continued application breeds pest resistance, with the effect causing the pest's resurgence in the same area.Negative environmental effects have led many pesticides to be banned and the market is turning to green products but, cost effective solutions are now the drivers. Rhamnolipid being a natural pesticide dubbing as a fertilizer is that best choice and becoming the front runner. Read more...

Fertilizers

A fertilizer is any nutrient catalyst whether synthetic or natural when added to soil or plants increases growth. Basically, plants need many different mineral components that are essential for healthy plant growth. Some micronutrients such as iron are not normally dissolvable in water. Iron is a critical nutrient for plants forming chlorophyll. Rhamnolipid forms a chelating agent for the delivery of iron and other micronutrients to the plant. Basically, to facilitate the absorption of nutrients in plants for exponential growth, rhamnolipid is the best choice for an environmentally safe alternative to other fertilizers. Read more...