OMEGAPHEROL is a carrier molecule mainly composed by fatty acids liposomes. This molecule resembles the shape of mono layered phospholipids when in contact with other chemical materials (according to evidence, liposomes are capable sending DNA material to specific target areas of the plant although the dynamic mechanisms that allows it has not yet been discovered).
Molecules are attached to glycoproteins receptors in cell membranes to imitate the enzymatic system and enzymatic transportation system of cell membranes. OMEGAPHEROL is not apt for human or animal consumption.
What can OMEGAPHEROL transport?
Due to the molecular structure of OMEGAPHEROL it can transport hydrophilic and hydrophobic chemicals, such as herbicides and fungicides.
Insecticides, foliar fertilizers and all kinds of fertilizers. Assimilation is fast and distribution within the plant is highly efficient and short.
It shall not be used with moistures, adjuvants, adherents and other similar substances because they may void its action.
How does the distribution mechanism operate?
The distribution mechanism in nature is OSMO-TROPICAL, meaning that once OMEGAPHEROL and the active ingredient are in the plant they are distributed in the form of a “solution” (not the solvent and the solute by separate) from high concentration areas to low concentration areas. This means the plant does not need to be operating any of its systemic/distributive actions to activate OMEGAPHEROL distribution. The plant only needs to count with vegetal sap to allow distribution until achieving homogeneity in crops.
OMEGAPHEROL breaks down as distribution takes place. The result of this breakdown allows molecular constituents to act in the production and synthesis of a variety of hormones that lead to a better and healthier growth of plants.