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Ecocool is for use with maize and wholecrop cereals.

It combines two unique bacterial strains in one inoculant, Lactobacillus plantarum strain MTD/1 for improved fermentation and Lactobacillus buchneri strain PJB/1 for improved aerobic stability, giving you more better quality silage to feed.

1 bottle treats 100T of forage.

  • Faster, more efficient fermentation
  • More nitrogen preserved as true protein
  • Improved aerobic stability, reducing the likelihood of mycotoxin contamination
  • Reduced heating and waste
  • Lower DM losses


Ecocool is for liquid application only.

Variable liquid application – from 20ml (ULV) to 2L/T. Once mixed use within 48 hours.

GMO-free – suitable for organic use.


Unopened drums can be stored for 24 months in a cool dry place. Use opened product within 3 days. Once mixed use within 48 hours.

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