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PLANT
ANTITRANSPIRANT
& ADJUVANT FOR
FUNGICIDES
PL-AA20180929V2
1. INTRODUCTION
2. PINEYE® LABEL
1. APPEARANCE
2. APPLICATION
3. MECHANISM
4. EXTENSION TEST
3. DEFENSE SUN DAMAGE TEST
4....
PINEYE® Emulsion is plant adjuvant product derived from pine trees, highly contains natural ingredients,
such as di-1-p-me...
PINEYE® LABEL
PL-AA20180929V2
• PINEYE® Emulsion appears
viscous yellow brown liquid.
PL-AA20180929V2
APPEARANCE
Wetting & Extension – Used as wetting agent
PINEYE® Emulsion can wet H20 and fungicides (or pesticides) for increasing
the...
VASCULAR STRAND
PESTICIDE INGREDIENTS
PINEYE® FLEXIBLE COATING
RAINS, WATER UV LIGHT
INFILTRATION OF ED
VAPOR
CUTICLE OF P...
PL-AA20180929V2
EXTENSION TEST
TEST
PL-AA20180929V2
• PINEYE® Emulsion (the right sample)
appears lightly yellow color before mix
with water or fungicides. It is a nonionic
t...
• PINEYE® Emulsion has the film-forming
property, it will form an elastic coating
on the surface of plant. The ingredients...
• A plant sun guard test at noon @26°C
on Jun.6, 2016. Two samples (the left
and middle one) were treated with
antitranspi...
• For 3 hours placed under the sunlight
directly in the afternoon on Jun.7, 2016.
The foliage samples were hurt by
sunligh...
MARKET EDUCATION
PL-AA20180929V2
TARGET MARKET
➢ Plant care chemicals
➢ Fungicide
➢ Herbicide
➢ Insecticide
➢ Seed & Biotech
➢ Adjuvant
➢ Biobased adjuvant...
Stomatal
closing
• Phenyl mercuric
acetate(PMA), ABA, FA
Film
forming
• Wilt Pruff® , Vapor Gard® ,
Mobileaf® , Folicote® ...
Used for spraying
➢Monthly rainfall average value below at 50 mm, used as wetting agent and adjusts the
evaporation rate o...
PINEYE® Emulsion Guideline
Application Mixed Ratio
Sticking & Release Control 300 to 400 ml/ha
Advanced Sticking & Release...
PINEYE® Emulsion Guideline
CASE 1
If you want to use PINEYE® Emulsion as wetting dispersant agent on your citrus garden,
t...
The survival interval of mycelium
cells of common plant diseases
The high risk
area of spores
production
The 25°C warning ...
T/R ANALYSIS OF ENGLAND MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Grou...
T/R ANALYSIS OF USA MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group
© ...
T/R ANALYSIS OF FRENCH MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group...
T/R ANALYSIS OF GERMAN MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group...
T/R ANALYSIS OF ITALY MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group
...
T/R ANALYSIS OF NORTH AFRICA MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank...
T/R ANALYSIS OF SOUTH AFRICA MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank...
T/R ANALYSIS OF AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The...
T/R ANALYSIS OF BRAZIL MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group...
T/R ANALYSIS OF ARGENTINA MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Gr...
T/R ANALYSIS OF RUSSIA MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group...
T/R ANALYSIS OF EASTERN EUROPE MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Ba...
T/R ANALYSIS OF WORLD MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS
*DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group
...
Phone: 86.0592.5105533
Fax: 86.0952.5151667
info@foreverest.cn
A1112-1113 ONEPARK
WUYUAN BAY
XIAMEN 361010
CHINA
THANK YOU...
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This whitepaper introduced the PINEYE® label. A bio-based plant adjuvant, it is used as spreader sticker. Reduce the water loss of fruits and crops. Defenses UV linght.

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PINEYE® Label Education - Plant Ajuvant - A spreader Sticker Guideline

  1. 1. PLANT ANTITRANSPIRANT & ADJUVANT FOR FUNGICIDES PL-AA20180929V2
  2. 2. 1. INTRODUCTION 2. PINEYE® LABEL 1. APPEARANCE 2. APPLICATION 3. MECHANISM 4. EXTENSION TEST 3. DEFENSE SUN DAMAGE TEST 4. MARKET EDUCATION 1. TARGET MARKET 2. MARKET INSIGHT 3. USE GUIDE 4. CASE STUDY 5. T/R ANALYSIS 1. WARNING LINE 2. ENGLAND 3. USA 4. FRANCE 5. GERMANY 6. ITALY 7. NORTH AFRICA 8. SOUTH AFRICA 9. AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND 10. BRAZIL 11. AGENTINA 12. RUSSIA 13. EASTERN EUROPE 14. WORLD PL-AA20180929V2 NAVIGATION
  3. 3. PINEYE® Emulsion is plant adjuvant product derived from pine trees, highly contains natural ingredients, such as di-1-p-menthene or poly-menthene. It’s the non-ionic type plant surfactant (it was also known as plant spray sticker). The liquid is easy blending with water, ready for on-land sprayers and aerial spraying. Due to the sticky and extension properties, PINEYE® Emulsion is forming an elastic coating on the surface of foliage and fruits. The coating will reduces vapor drift on the aerial application, or the washing on a heavy rain. Saving the amounts of fungicides and pesticides. Increasing the ROI for farmers and growers. Comparing with the traditional silicon-based adjuvants. PINEYE® Emulsion also effects the botanical broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity and pests control ability. PL-AA20180929V2 INTRODUCATION
  4. 4. PINEYE® LABEL PL-AA20180929V2
  5. 5. • PINEYE® Emulsion appears viscous yellow brown liquid. PL-AA20180929V2 APPEARANCE
  6. 6. Wetting & Extension – Used as wetting agent PINEYE® Emulsion can wet H20 and fungicides (or pesticides) for increasing the extended area on the surface of foliage and fruits. Assists farmers and growers spraying agrochemicals at a low volume for saving money. Reduces water evaporation – Used as antitranspirant adjuvant PINEYE® Emulsion will forming coating on the plant surface. It effects on the open stomata and influences the transpiration rate of plants. Sticky & Release control – Used as potentiator The sticky and adhesion properties improve the initial accumulation of fungicides (or pesticides) and strengthen the microencapsulated effect. Defense sunburn – Used as plant sunscreen The organic elastic film can effectively reduce the sun damage from UV light and high temperature. Protect the harvest, avoided plants and fruits browning or necrosis. PL-AA20180929V2 APPLICATION
  7. 7. VASCULAR STRAND PESTICIDE INGREDIENTS PINEYE® FLEXIBLE COATING RAINS, WATER UV LIGHT INFILTRATION OF ED VAPOR CUTICLE OF PLANTS • PINEYE® Emulsion is prepared from natural composition of pine trees, has phytochemical actives. The emulsion forms organic flexible film and this coating is friendly and compatible with hairy and waxy blade surface. • The film influences the activities and numbers of plant’s stoma for reduce water loss. • The film also improves extended area and contact angle of agrochemicals with the plant’s surface. PL-AA20180929V2 MECHANISM
  8. 8. PL-AA20180929V2 EXTENSION TEST
  9. 9. TEST PL-AA20180929V2
  10. 10. • PINEYE® Emulsion (the right sample) appears lightly yellow color before mix with water or fungicides. It is a nonionic type organic adjuvant. • PINEYE® Emulsion can be soluble in water. It appears white color after blended. 1 2 PL-AA20180929V2 SUNBURN DEFENSE TEST
  11. 11. • PINEYE® Emulsion has the film-forming property, it will form an elastic coating on the surface of plant. The ingredients of key phase are extracted from plants, and show the friendly bioactive and help fungicides access the hairy blade and waxy blade of foliage surface. 3 PL-AA20180929V2 SUNBURN DEFENSE TEST
  12. 12. • A plant sun guard test at noon @26°C on Jun.6, 2016. Two samples (the left and middle one) were treated with antitranspirant liquid and a leaf (the right one) without adjuvant. They were sprayed and placed for 6 hours and then moved into the room for 15 hours. The foliage treated with adjuvant is green and fresh after picked for 21 hours. PINEYE® Emulsion (the middle one) reduces the transpiration property of plants and locks the water. 4 PL-AA20180929V2 SUNBURN DEFENSE TEST
  13. 13. • For 3 hours placed under the sunlight directly in the afternoon on Jun.7, 2016. The foliage samples were hurt by sunlight. The right leaf sample without adjuvant showed a large area wilting. The middle one treated by PINEYE® Emulsion withered by sunlight at the smaller area. Compared with the left one treated by the competitor. It showed a tangible result. 5 PL-AA20180929V2 SUNBURN DEFENSE TEST
  14. 14. MARKET EDUCATION PL-AA20180929V2
  15. 15. TARGET MARKET ➢ Plant care chemicals ➢ Fungicide ➢ Herbicide ➢ Insecticide ➢ Seed & Biotech ➢ Adjuvant ➢ Biobased adjuvant ➢ Antitranspirant ➢ Wetting Dispersant ➢ Surfactant ➢ Potentiator ➢ Fertilizer ➢ Micronutrient PL-AA20180929V2
  16. 16. Stomatal closing • Phenyl mercuric acetate(PMA), ABA, FA Film forming • Wilt Pruff® , Vapor Gard® , Mobileaf® , Folicote® , Plantguard® , Cetyl Alcohol, Polyvinyl chloride, Ethyl alcohol, Polyethylene, Polypropylene Reflecting • Kaoline, Kaolinite, Hydrated lime, Calcium carbonate, Magnesium carbonate, Zinc sulphate Antitranspirant Type MARKET INSIGHT PL-AA20180929V2
  17. 17. Used for spraying ➢Monthly rainfall average value below at 50 mm, used as wetting agent and adjusts the evaporation rate of plants. ➢Monthly temperature average value above at 30℃ and the rainfall avg. value below at 30 mm, used as antitranspirant to reduces water loss, defenses UV light and sunburn damage. ➢Monthly rainfall avg. value above at 150 mm, used as extender and spray sticky for increase the adhesion of agrochemicals with plant surface. Used for blending with fungicides ➢Relative humidity value above at 60% and the temperature between 4 to 30℃, used for the early stage plant diseases prevention. ➢Monthly temperature average value between at 4℃ to 32℃, the rainfall value between 30mm to 200mm, used to prevents the growth of mycelium of spores. ➢Monthly temperature avg. value between at 13℃ to 27℃, and the rainfall value between 30mm to 200mm, used for prevents the spread and infection of plant diseases. PINEYE® Emulsion Guideline PL-AA20180929V2
  18. 18. PINEYE® Emulsion Guideline Application Mixed Ratio Sticking & Release Control 300 to 400 ml/ha Advanced Sticking & Release Control 400 to 600 ml/ha Wetting & Dispersant 300 to 400 ml/ha Advanced Wetting & Dispersant 400 to 600 ml/ha Extending & Potentiating Agent 600 to 1200 ml/ha PL-AA20180929V2
  19. 19. PINEYE® Emulsion Guideline CASE 1 If you want to use PINEYE® Emulsion as wetting dispersant agent on your citrus garden, the irrigation of water is 400 L/ha, you should use the following equation: 350 (referenced the ratio) * 170 (if net weight of spreader is 170L) / 400 (the irrigation of water) = 148.75ml CASE 2 If you want to use a stronger effectivity from PINEYE® Emulsion on your citrus garden, the irrigation of water and net weight of spreader as same as Case 1, you should use the following equation: 600 ( referenced the ratio ) * 170 (if net weight of spreader is 170L) / 400 (the irrigation of water) = 255ml Compared Case 2 with Case 1 at the same citrus garden, you should get a stronger effectivity from PINEYE™ Emulsion when you increase the ratio of adjuvant. PL-AA20180929V2
  20. 20. The survival interval of mycelium cells of common plant diseases The high risk area of spores production The 25°C warning line of plant diseases High temperature and a terrible sundamage on plants Dryer and Hotter, plants are easy burning by sunlight and UV light A high transpiration ratio of plants with the temperature is increasing DO NOT spray the film-forming type adjuvants on foliage under 0°C. The plants will have frostbite due to the coating blocking stomas. Mycelium cells can not survive at the high temperature Spores stop producing below 5°C TEMPERATURE/°C RAINFALL Mm/month A quick guide of T/R chart for plant diseases. Edited by Foreverest Resources Ltd. © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. T/R ANALYSIS OF MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS PL-AA20180929V2
  21. 21. T/R ANALYSIS OF ENGLAND MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  22. 22. T/R ANALYSIS OF USA MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  23. 23. T/R ANALYSIS OF FRENCH MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  24. 24. T/R ANALYSIS OF GERMAN MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  25. 25. T/R ANALYSIS OF ITALY MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  26. 26. T/R ANALYSIS OF NORTH AFRICA MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  27. 27. T/R ANALYSIS OF SOUTH AFRICA MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  28. 28. T/R ANALYSIS OF AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  29. 29. T/R ANALYSIS OF BRAZIL MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  30. 30. T/R ANALYSIS OF ARGENTINA MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  31. 31. T/R ANALYSIS OF RUSSIA MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  32. 32. T/R ANALYSIS OF EASTERN EUROPE MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  33. 33. T/R ANALYSIS OF WORLD MAIN AGRICULTURE AREAS *DATA RESOURCR: 1901-2015 Country Historical Climate of The World Bank Group © Jack Su, Foreverest Resources Ltd. PL-AA20180929V2
  34. 34. Phone: 86.0592.5105533 Fax: 86.0952.5151667 info@foreverest.cn A1112-1113 ONEPARK WUYUAN BAY XIAMEN 361010 CHINA THANK YOU Foreverest Resources Ltd. is a family-owned company, which specializes in pine chemicals and provides reliable and comprehensive solutions for pre-sale & after-sale services. With 30 years of history in R&D of forest chemicals products in China, we focus on supplying the substitutes of natural products. Our products include modified resins, terpene based derivatives, flavour & fragrance ingredients, and other biobased chemicals. PL-AA20180929V2 ➢ Agriculture Solution ➢ Spreader Stickers ➢ Animal Feed Additives ➢ Plant Disease Control Jack Su cn=Jack Su, o=Foreverest Resources Ltd., ou=Digital Marketing Division, email=cs@foreverest.cn, c=CN 2018.10.08 16:53:41 +08'00'
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