New Japanese Technology for effective Rice BPH management with excellent safety to beneficial insects!Read More
Protecting your rice crop from BPH damage is crucial
to your crop profits. To combat BPH we are using strong chemical
solutions that degrade the agro eco-system in paddy fields. Harsh products can
reduce the population of beneficial insects such as spiders, ladybird beetles,
bees, mirid bugs and damselflies. These beneficial insects help in natural
defense against several crop pests including BPH. Harsh chemicals are a
great threat to beneficial insects, nature, you and your caring family.
As a progressive farmer, you can protect this beautiful nature from being damaged by adapting to safe & sustainable solutions. Preserve nature not only for yourself but also for future generations without worrying about losses caused by BPH. - Begin a New Era with Orchestra.
Nichino's technology will precisely solve the problem of farmers, i.e. BPH control without harming the environment, beneficial insects thereby protecting the agro-ecosystem of the paddy fields. It protects you, your family health and natural resources from damage.
Orchestra is powered by BPX, an innovative technology. Benzpyrimoxan [BPX] belongs to new IRAC class of insecticides. BPX is developed by Japanese pioneer & innovator in agrochemicals, our parent company Nihon Nohyaku Corporation. BPX has a very novel mode of action against the rice BPH - "Ecdysone Titer Disruptor"
lesser BPH/hill than UTC
20% lesser BPH/hill than market standard
Orchestra is powered by Benzpyrimoxan [BPX] which is highly effective on BPH and WBPH including populations which have developed resistance against existing products
Devastating BPH attack
Data based on our internal trial results,
Orchestra when used as per recommendations, can keep the
fields BPH free for up to 14-21 days after the spray.
Long duration control effectively reduces the no. of sprays required to control the BPH thus saving in effort, time and money for the farmer.
Besides being highly effective against BPH, Orchestra® is environment friendly and very soft on nature with low influence on natural enemies and the honey bee. In fact, one can find very good population of spiders, mirid bugs as a conspicuous feature in most of the Orchestra® treated fields. BPX acts very precisely on rice plant hoppers only.
In majority of demos Orchestra shows Phytotonic and green effect. Farmers also reported very good tiller health in Orchestra treated fields. Strong and healthy tillers are very essential for preventing from dislodging often happens to plants with heavier panicles during heavy winds.
In all our demos, the channel partners and farmers who visited observed that all the tillers have uniformly emerged, and in later cases panicles are uniformly filled. This will help in ensuring that paddy is evenly matured and a harvesting decision can be made easily.
Preventing the damage of BPH ultimately leads to better tillers, panicles and grain filling. This ultimately leads to better yields during the harvesting period. Our internal trial results have shown an average of 10% more yield than the untreated control for BPH.
(Except for BPH all other sprays remaining the same in both treatments)
Let's unwind the damage caused to nature by usage of harsh chemicals by using this Safest Technology which provides no harm to the nature. Preserve nature not just for you, but also for your next generation without worrying about BPH damage.
To get the best results by Orchestra, the spray should be done when BPH population is just started or <8 BPH/hills which is likely around 45 to 50 days of crop after planting.
Go for a 2nd Spray with Gohan whenever the count increases beyond 8 BPH/hill.
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