nCeption Technology

Our carbon technology, nCeption, is one of four core technologies at AgXplore. Carbon is an important part of plant growth and with knowing this, we not only wanted to utilize this chemical element, We wanted to pair it with different acids and compounds to make a powerful technology for our products.

nCeption is made up of humic acids, fulvic acids, sugar compounds and carbon compounds. Because this technology is made up of humic acids and sugars, it can break down remaining plant residue. As years have passed, crops have continued to augment, and this has left growers with more plant residue after harvest. By pairing our nCeption technology with UAN, growers can break down the excess residue/fodder and feed microbes.

This technology is also used to bolster soil solution’s CEC. An example of this outcome would be using an in-furrow starter fertilizer directly on top of the seed. In result of the starter fertilizer application, it can bolster the CEC and increase the soil’s ability to hold, store and exchange potassium, calcium and other positively charged ions in the soil.  As a seed grows its root system and moves into V3 and V5, there will be an increase in the determined yield because of nCeption.

Another product application method where nCeption is used is foliar application. The application of the technology within a nutrient package increases the digestion of carbon by the plant. This results in the ability for nutrients to cross into the cuticle of the plant, get taken up and absorbed into the plant. Between the absorption of both carbon and nutrients, the plant experiences a boost of energy.

So far, we have covered the technology’s capability to boost soil CEC, feed microbes by breaking down plant residue, nutrient uptake, and plant energy. nCeption also aids in enhancing chlorophyll production to support photosynthesis. To learn more about what AgXplore products utilize this technology visit our products page.

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