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Type: Other, Company: Intermag


Increased produce quality
No effect on produce quality

Tytanit treated Common bean, cv. Mexican Black, grown in a field had on average no significant difference in 1000 seed weight (g 1000-1)(-0.3%), no difference in seed yield (g m-2) (+33%), increased number of pods (per m-2) (+41.9%), no difference in number of seeds (per m-2) (+33.4%), the seeds had no difference in protein (mg g-1) (+8.2%), no difference in FRAP (µM Trolox/ml) (+1.9%), no difference in ABTS (µM Trolox/ml)(+31.4%), no difference in proline (µM mL-1)(-9.4%), no difference in anthocyanins (mg g-1 DM)(+22.2%), no difference in total flavonoids (mg g-1 DM)(+1.9%), no difference in reducing power (mg TE g-1 DM)(-8.4%), no difference in total phenols (+28.7%), no difference in NDF (% DM) (-29.5%), no difference in ADF (% DM) (+5.8%), no difference in ADL (% DM) (+9%), no difference in HCEL (% DM) (-60.6%), and no difference in CEL (% DM) (+5%), compared to untreated control plants, when averaged across three growing seasons and different application methods. All application methods signicantly increased the number of pods, except for the single application of the high dose. The highest profitability was demonstrated in the case of the single foliar application of Tytanit at both concentrations tested (+ 921.02-956.05 EUR/ha). 

Trial details
Outdoor, unprotected, soil grown (Gleyic Phaeozems soil type) over three consecutive growing seasons


Common bean, Phaseolus vulgaris L.

Trial application

Foliar spray
First application at BBCH 13-15, followed by 0 or 1 application at BBCH 62
0.7 or 0.213% (V/V) at 300L/ha
Szparaga, A., Kubon, M., Kocira, S., Czerwinska, E. Pawlowska, A., Hara, P., Kobus, Z., Kwasniewski, D.
Towards Sustainable Agriculture - Agronomi and Economic Effects of Biostimulant Use in Common Bean Cultivation
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