Coriphol™ by Corigin
Coriphol is an aqueous solution comprised of numerous phenols, organic acids and other light weight biomolecules sourced from almond shells. Plant phenols are secondary metabolites that plants produce in response to abiotic and biotic stresses like nutrient imbalance, water deficiency, heat, frost, pests, pathogens and weeds.
Coriphol is diluted with irrigation water for foliar and drip applications, or as part of a baseline nutritional mix.
Third party field trials showed increased romaine yields, even at half the fertilizer rate. Broccoli trials showed big increases in marketable crowns. Cabbage trials produced yield gains over full fertilizer controls.
How it works
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General Benefits of Coriphol™
- Pyroligneous acid may enhance plant growth
- Upcycles low value crop waste (almond shells) to a high value input on the farm
- Allows for reduction in synthetic fertilizer
- 15% pyroligneous acid produced from almond shells
- pH 2.5-3.3
- Density: 8.43 lbs/gallon
Coriphol is diluted with irrigation water for foliar and drip applications, or as part of a baseline nutritional mix. For use on organic and conventional crops