Technology that aims to promote balanced nutrition and resistance to diseases

Molybdenum in Cellerate improves the use of nitrogen by plants through support to the enzymes nitrate reductase and nitrogenase. It also contains zinc which is important for the synthesis of the amino acid tryptophan. This is a precursor of auxin which stimulates root development. In addition, zinc is important for respiration and photosynthesis.


– Increased productivity;
– Better use of nitrogen;
– Potential for biological nitrogen fixation in grasses;
– Increased resistance to diseases;
– Ease of application;
– Greater profitability for the farmer.

Scientific evidence – Research and field demonstration trials show high levels of  increased productivity
Balanced formulation of nutrients – More efficient use of nitrogen
– Supply zinc, very important for grasses
Ease of application – Liquid formulation