Maximizing Plant Energy

A complex interaction of chemical, physical and biological processes is the foundation for all crop production. Energy is exchanged as a result of these processes and therefore it plays a unique role - it drives the system.

We believe that if you optimize the effects of these processes, then you can maximize production efficiency.  However, we must also diminish the amount of stress that a plant faces, or prepare the plant to withstand those stresses.

If a plant experiences stress, it will divert its energy to fight the stresses as opposed to creating sugar. This directs energy away from the harvestable yield, and ultimately results in lost revenue.

Maximum Farming helps you manage your energy sources to bring these processes into balance and enables your plants to focus on creating energy rather than fighting stresses.

The result is a higher yield that may even reduce the amount of additional nutrients needed to maintain an optimum soil environment.