SOP COCUS Maize+

SOP® COCUS Maize+ is one of the products of the SOP® Crop Line, to be used in direct contact with the seed. The dosage of 200 g/ha, is sufficient to guarantee treatment for all the crops, with a single application as a seed dressing.

As with all of the SOP Crop Line products, SOP COCUS Maize+ has a dual action:  

 - direct action: stimulation of germination and root growth and development, and greater plant health;   

 - indirect action: stimulation of the soil bacteria, which are responsible for the transformation of the nitrogen and other nutrients into a form that is assimilable by the plant, allowing the plant to get the most out of the soil resources*. Thanks to this process, the soil is not impoverished, on the contrary, it becomes more and more fertile, year after year.   

*in the presence of any type of organic matter (crop residues, animal husbandry effluents, digestate from biogas).

Agostino Alloisio & Sons' Farm (Borgo San Giacomo - BS - Italy)

uses SOP COCUS MAIZE+

Agostino Alloisio & Sons Farm (Borgo San Giacomo -BS- Italy)

uses SOP COCUS MAIZE+

La Serenissima Farm (Calcinato - BS - Italy)

uses SOP COCUS CEREALS, SOP COCUS MAIZE+ & SOP COCUS ALFALFA

Frisia Farm of Nino Andena (Bertonico -LO- Italy)

uses SOP COCUS MAIZE+

Giovanni Fortunato's Farm (Marsico Nuovo -PZ- Italy)

uses SOP COCUS MAIZE+

Antonio Caifano's Farm (Grumento Nova -PZ- Italy)

uses SOP COCUS MAIZE+, SOP COCUS CEREALS, SOP COCUS SORGHUM+

Anna Paolini's Farm (Viggiano -PZ- Italy)

uses SOP COCUS MAIZE+

Gianfranco Bontempi's Farm (Ghedi -BS- Italy)

uses SOP COCUS MAIZE+

Alberto Lorenzi's Farm (Montichiari-BS- Italy)

uses SOP COCUS MAIZE+

Alessandro & Carmelo Iseppi's Farm (Sandrigo -VI- Italy)

uses SOP COCUS MAIZE+

GUARANTEED EFFICACY

The SOP products have been the subject of numerous tests and studies by some of the most important universities in the world: University of California (Davis), Cornell University, Guelph (Canada) and the universities of Milan, Perugia, Parma and Turin in Italy.

Scientific Publication published in "Agronomy" 24/02/2021

Reducing N fertilization without yield penalties in maize with a commercially available seed dressing (SOP COCUS MAIZE+)

(Piacenza University -PC- Italy)

17th IFOAM Organic World Congress (Namyangju City, People's Republic of Korea) 2011

A new phytostimulating treatment for Maize seed germination

(A. Zanierato, D. Tassi, I. Accorinti, P. Luparia, E. Vieira de Manincor, & C. Baffi)

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