Think Green

Biostimulant based on microalgae and macroalgae.


Available packaging

1, 5, 20, 220 and 1.000 L

  • Greater resistance to environmental stress.

  • Better quality of the harvests.

  • Increases the induction of interest substances.

  • Better crop yield.

SEANERGY is the only 100% natural product based on the combined biostimulant action of microalgae and macroalgae. It is an active source of natural phytohormones such as cytokinins, auxins and gibberellins, as well as other components such as free amino acids, vitamins, trace elements and antioxidants, that promote resistance to stress, preparing the crop in moments of high demand energy and during phenological phase shifts.

It is the perfect combination for all metabolic and physiological processes to occur correctly, optimizing crop yields.

  • Vegetables

    Fertigation: 2-4 L/ha and Foliar: 2-4 cc/L

  • Fruit Trees

    Fertigation: 2-4 L/ha

  • Others

    Fertigation: 2-4 L/ha and Foliar: 2-4 cc/L

Available in more than 1 countries, highlighting:

  • South America



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Our Microalgae Culture-Gowth Technology permits us to obtain a wide variety of formulations depending on the selected microalgae (Spirullina platensis, in the case of SEANERGY), its conditions and culture regime, thus achieving a great variety of products with different concentrations and characteristics according to the proposed purpose. Accompanied by the macroalga Ascophyllum nodosum, for its exclusive properties and components obtained by a process of cold extraction, make SEANERGY a complete biostimulant and unique in the market.

Phenological phase

    • Sowing
    • Planting
    • Rooting
    • Emergence

    • Vegetative development
    • Sprouting
    • Tillering
    • Stem elongation

    • Vegetative development
    • Blooming
    • Vegetative development
    • Fruit setting
    • Vegetative development
    • Emergence of the inflorescence

    • Fruit Growth
    • Ripening
    • Grain Filling
    • Ripening

    • Harvesting
    • Post-harvest life

  • All kinds of crops
  • Row crops

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