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Primo Liquid Inoculant for Pulse Crops

Give every seed the best possible chance



Primo is a premium, concentrated liquid inoculant created with Garbanzo/Chickpea and Pea/Vetch/Lentil crops in mind.

 

Benefits
  • Increases seedling vigor – noticeable height difference during early growth stages
  • Enlarges root mass development, leading to improved water and nutrient uptake
  • Additional nodulation means improved nitrogen uptake to increase the potential number of pegs and pods that are set

Application Guidelines

Always read and follow label instructions and restrictions before use.

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