Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) Agricultural Grade


Weight: 200g
Price:
Sale priceR$ 570,99

Description

Marknature's GABA is produced through lactic acid bacteria fermentation, featuring high purity, stability against decomposition, naturalness, and no pollution among other advantages.

GABA is recognized for enhancing plant resistance to various stresses such as drought, salinity, and extreme temperatures, thereby contributing to sustainable agricultural practices. Its involvement in regulating plant growth and development, as well as in improving plant resilience, makes it an invaluable component in agricultural biotechnology.

CAS Number: 56-12-2
EC Number: 200-258-6
Molecular Weight: 103.12
Molecular Formula: C4H9NO2
Synonyms: 4-Amino-n-butyric Acid, GABA

Specification:
Appearance: White powder or white crystal
Assay [γ-GABA]: 99.2%
pH: 7.36
Arsenic: <2.0ppm.
Lead [Pb]: <0.5ppm
Mercury [Hg]: <0.1ppm
Loss on drying: 0.07%
Cadmium: <0.2 ppm

Key Features:

1) Utilizes advanced lactic acid bacteria fermentation, high purity, no impurities.
2) Good stability, no side effects.
3)High solubility, 130g in 100g water.

Applications:

1) Stress Resistance in Crops: GABA is extensively applied in agriculture to improve plant tolerance to abiotic stresses like drought, salinity, and extreme temperatures. Its application via foliar sprays or irrigation systems can significantly reduce the adverse effects of these stresses on crop yield and quality.
2) Plant Growth Regulation: Utilized in controlling plant growth and development, GABA can be applied to regulate the size and flowering time of plants, making it useful in both crop and ornamental plant cultivation.
3) Soil Health Improvement: GABA contributes to enhancing soil health by promoting beneficial microbial activity. Its application can lead to a more balanced soil ecosystem, which is essential for sustainable agricultural practices.
4) Helping crops to color and sweeten and promoting early ripening: Adding GABA to fertilizers promotes the growth of crops, especially the roots. It is also greatly beneficial to the coloring and sweetening of crops in the later stages of growth. GABA induces the synthesis of ethylene, promotes the absorption and utilization of trace elements such as boron, magnesium, potassium, and molybdenum, promotes the accumulation of anthocyanins and aromatic substances in fruits, and helps crops to mature earlier.
5) Post-Harvest Preservation: In post-harvest management, GABA treatments can extend the shelf life of fruits and vegetables by reducing the rate of spoilage and maintaining quality, thereby reducing food waste.
6) Pest and Disease Management: GABA plays a role in plant defense mechanisms against pests and diseases. Its application can induce plant resistance.

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