1- Used as pesticides
(We are increasing the effective flora of our pesticide products, which have trial results in many areas, by adding newly defined ones, in addition to the defined enzymes. Day by day, the products will be used first as a broad spectrum mix, and then as a separation.)
To give an example, we use it for diseases and pests such as nematodes, red spiders, white flies, Mediterranean fruit flies, tuta, xylella etc.)

2- Enzyme used for fertilizer usefulness
Here, when we use it for fertilizer purposes, it will give positive results in terms of residue removal, EC salinity balancing, flower formation and setting, fruit formation and quality, rooting, earliness, increase in productivity, that is, adding the products in Whatever period you entered them will increase the result you expect.

It is important to use these products from planting to harvest, we can see their effects at a higher rate with regular use.
When testing the products, we can primarily choose the weak areas in the control group, which have not been productive for years, next to the normal areas, because we know that we will make a visible difference in difficult conditions. We use and observe products in various geographies around the world.
It is extremely important for us that you observe these products, which we send to you and whose effects we want you to observe, in the right areas and with the right trials.
In terms of preliminary information, the products have arrived, we should aim to use the standard dose of the product in a total of 6 times (half a liter / 10 decares with an interval of approximately 15 days) on a 10 Decare area by dividing 3 L of the product from planting to harvest throughout the season (may vary depending on the products and irrigation system), because The product we will use is actually called biological biostimulant. In other words, we will be testing the pure mixture that manufacturers buy and use as additives to their products.
In addition to this information, I am also adding some of the main enzymes contained in the product and their working principles. As you can guess, the same enzyme can be obtained from different sources or the enzymes obtained from different sources can be used together in these mixtures, apart from this, the company has to keep its own production secret. It shouldn’t be difficult to accept that there is a chain, so we know that the product has a wide range of usage from planting to harvest, at every stage of the growing area, rooting, flowering, fruit quality, color, smell, residue, but most importantly, the plant’s resistance to diseases. We set out to ensure resistance against pests and to prevent pests at all times.
Alpha-N-acetylglucosaminidase (Alpha-N-acetylglucosaminidase):
Alpha-N-acetylglucominidase (NAGase) is an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of N-acetylglucosamine (GlcNAc) bonds. While NAGase is primarily associated with various biological processes, its application in agriculture is limited. However, there are some potential ways NAGase could be used in agricultural applications.
-Chitin Breakdown: Chitin is a complex polysaccharide found in the exoskeletons of insects, crustaceans, and fungal cell walls. NAGase plays an important role in the degradation of chitin by cleaving the GlcNAc bonds present in chitin. Chitinase enzymes working together with NAGase are widely used for biocontrol of insect pests and fungal pathogens.
-Plant Defense and Disease Resistance: NAGase activity has been associated with plant defense responses against pathogens. In response to pathogen attack, plants can induce NAGase production to degrade GlcNAc-containing components of the pathogen’s cell wall or to alter the plant’s own cell wall structure. Increasing NAGase activity or applying exogenous NAGase may contribute to increased disease resistance in plants by aiding in the degradation of pathogen-associated molecular patterns (PAMPs) or by altering the plant cell wall to strengthen physical barriers against pathogen invasion.
-Soil Organic Matter Decomposition: NAGase, along with other enzymes, plays a role in the decomposition of chitin-rich organic matter in the soil. Chitin is found in a variety of sources, including fungal mycelia and arthropod remains. By degrading chitin into GlcNAc monomers, NAGase contributes to the release of carbon and nutrients from chitin-containing organic matter and promotes their cycling and availability in the soil ecosystem.
-Nutrient Recycling: NAGase, along with other enzymes, participates in the breakdown of chitinous materials in animal manure and other organic waste streams. NAGase can degrade chitin, releasing GlcNAc and other nutrients contained in chitinous residues and increasing their recycling potential as a nutrient source for plant production.
Phosphatase enzymes have various applications in agriculture. Here is the agricultural application of phosphatase enzymes