It’s called CarbonGrow.
Harvesting high-sugar cane is about building sugar in the leaf with photosynthesis – and translocating it quickly into the cane, where sugar is stored until harvest. If sugar translocation is slow, it restricts the rate of photosynthesis.
The nan-sized liquid micelles of CarbonGrow dramatically reduce the surface tension (sticki-ness) of sugar solutions in the plant’s circulation system. The easy-flowing juices translocate quickly from leaves t cane, freeing chlorophyll to build more sugar. We’ve seen 25% higher brix (sugar and dissolved solids) in mature cane, along with more harvest tonnage with CarbonGrow.
The huge leaf area of crops like sugarcane, tobacco and perennial peanuts offer great “leverage” for CarbonGrow to multiply sugar formation I leaves.
You also get other crop benefits when CarbonGrow improves sugar formation and plant vigor.