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Ecosyl 100

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• One pack treats 100t
• Variable liquid application – from 20 ml (ULV) to 2 l/t
• 48 hour tank mix life (ULV up to 12 days if refrigerated)
• Dry application 200 g/t
• 24 month shelf life in a cool, dry place
• GMO free, suitable for organic use

Ecosyl 100 - Silage additive for clamped grass and legumes – MTD/1

Features and benefits:

• Contains Lactobacillus plantarum strain MTD/1.This strain has more independent proof behind it than any other, especially for improved animal performance.

• Versatile liquid application, standard or low volume one pack treats 100t

• Variable liquid application – from 20 ml (ULV) to 2 l/t

• Guaranteed to apply 1 million MTD/1 bacteria per gram forage for faster domination of the fermentation, especially in difficult situations.

• All the bacteria are active immediately no delay in starting fermentation – no need for ‘helper’ strains.

• Faster, more efficient fermentation inhibits undesirable microorganisms faster and reduces protein breakdown. More palatable and nutritious with lower DM losses.

 

 

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