Seed Encapsulation

The disparity of sizes, shapes and weights within the same commercial caliber in seeds such as corn generates problems in sowing.

The most important effect is the lack of uniformity in the distance between seeds, because the plates are not fed with precision and to factors related to the mechanics of the fall inside the tube.

This inconvenience directly and negatively affects the final yield of the crop.

Through a process of aggregating binders and innocuous polymers, we reshape the morphology of the seed, covering it with a matrix that makes it round, drastically improving sow ability, without preventing normal emergence or affecting its growth. The matrix also constitutes a carrier of enhancers, defenses, and information generators through nanotization technology that allows exponential efficiency in the use of inputs.