Auro Solutions Agriculture Treatment Excels
Application of the Auro Solution through irrigation and foliar spray is an all-natural method of increasing yield, reducing cost, increasing profit and providing a superior product to the consumer. These naturally occurring sulfate minerals that are present in the Auro solution are the same minerals that used to be in our soils and ultimately in our produce. Due to modern day agricultural applications our soils and ultimately are produce do not have the correct matrix of minerals to support the growth and health of vegetation.
We are in the most mineral deficient times that we have ever experienced due to these new age agricultural applications. The Auro Solution is an easy solution to replenish our soils and plants with the proper matrix of minerals that has numerous benefits.
Auro Solutions Agriculture Treatment
The Auro Solution can be used in the agricultural industry as an alternative to reduce nitrogen in plants as well as to reduce the amount of nitrogen fertilizer needed. Although nitrogen is essential to plants, excessive use can result in many problems. The Auro Solution contains every trace element essential to plants. In addition, all elements are water-soluble, meaning they are readily taken up (1-2 days) from the plant leaf surface, roots, and stem by irrigation and foliar spray.
Key Benefits of the Auro Solution for Agriculture Treatment
- Stimulates Chlorophyll Pigments (High Photosynthetic Capacity)
- Rapid Reduction Capacity (Less Nitrate Accumulation in Plants)
- Increased Resistance to Pests and Pathogens
- Higher Yield and Quality
- Glucose and Amino Acid Synthesis
- Enhances activities of soil micro-organisms and encourages root growth
- Reduces fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and fungicides
- Enhances the photosynthetic capacity of plants by 20-40%
Essential Elements for Plants (All are in the Auro Solution)
It is known that there are in total 17 elements which a plant needs to grow and be healthy. All of these elements are present in a water soluble form in the Auro Solution. Nitrogen (N), Phosphate (P), Potash (K), Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg), Sulphur (S), Silicon (Si), Manganese (Mn), Borate (B), Ferrous (Fe), Zinc (Zn), Molybdenum (Mo), Copper (Cu), Chlorine (Cl)
*This Group is called trace minerals
The Auro solution contains every trace element and titanium (Ti), which is discovered to enhance the photosynthetic capacity. The Auro solution is even effective to land where all essential elements are sufficiently applied and carefully maintained. This is because the elements contained in the Auro solution are in a form of complex ions.
Agriculture is the biggest organic synthetic activity on earth. Plants synthesize their tissues by oxidation-reduction reactions (called redox reactions). Triggering redox reactions needs a catalyst (enzymes) and trace elements are what stimulate the enzyme activities in plants.
The Auro Solution Has Been Used to Grow Many Crops
The Auro Solution has been used to grow a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, legumes, and plants including grapes, oranges, peaches, pears, strawberries, watermelon, honeydew melon, apples, nectarines, persimmons, figs, cucumbers, tomatoes, aubergine, peppers, onions, broccoli, peas, kidney beans, rice, sugar cane, mushrooms, chrysanthemums and carnations of all kinds, tobacco, and tea leaves.
Contact us directly to learn more about the various agricultural applications that the Auro Solution provide.
Auro products reduce 79 herbicides, fungicides and insecticides in drinking water. Some of these pesticides include the following:
Herbicides, Insecticides: Auro products reduce some of the most widely used insecticides in the U.S., including DDT, an organochlorine pesticide banned since the 1970’s, DDT is still being found in the environment, DDT is considered an endocrine disruptor and has been linked to liver, nervous and reproductive system damage; DDE, found in the environment as a breakdown of DDT.
Chlorodane, although banned by the EPA in 1988 over concerns for cancer risk, Chlorodane is one of the most common pesticides found in the environment today. Chlorodane has been linked to gastrointestinal distress and neurological symptoms, such as tremors and convulsions.
Dieldrin, although banned by the USDA in 1978, Dieldrin is one of the most common pesticides found in the environment today. Dieldrin is considered a carcinogen that has been linked to Parkinson’s, breast cancer, immune, reproductive, and nervous system damage.
Diazinon, an organophosphorus pesticide that has been linked to various nervous system problems such as headaches, dizziness, anxiety, trouble with vision. Other problems include nausea, vomiting, cramps and diarrhea, slow pulse, difficulty breathing and passing out.
Atrazine, a potent endocrine disruptor that has been linked various health risks such as cardiovascular system problems and reproductive difficulties and cancer.
EPTC, linked to increased risk of colon and prostate cacer.
2,4-D, an ingredient of Agent Orange, linked to cancer, cell damage, hormonal interference and reproductive problems.
Simazine, linked to blood problems.
Prometron, linked to carcinogenicity, reproductive and developmental toxicity, neurotoxicity and acute toxicity.
Fungicides Including Chlorothalinol, the third most used fungicide in the U.S. that is a likely carcinogen. According to the USDA, honey bees that were fed Chlorothalinol were three times more likely to become infected with the parasite Nosema. Chlorothalinol may be a contributing factor in Colony Collapse Disorder. 2-Phenylphenol, although human health effects are virtually unknown,
2-Phenylphenol is considered moderately toxic after acute oral doses in animal studies. Chronic dosing in animals resulted in systemic effects such as weight loss and anemia.
Dichloran linked to nose, eye, skin and throat irritation, coughing, chest discomfort, nausea and vomiting and bladder irritation.