seed treatments are fungicides or insecticides,
applied to seed, to control diseases of
seeds and seedlings; insecticides are used to control insect pests. Some seed
treatment products are sold as combinations of fungicide and insecticide.
Fungicidal seed treatments are
used for three reasons: (1) to control soil-borne fungal disease organisms
(pathogens) that cause seed rots, damping-off, seedling blights and root rot;
(2) to control fungal pathogens that are surface-borne on the seed, such as
those that cause covered smuts of barley and oats, bunt of wheat, black point of
cereal grains, and seed-borne safflower rust; and (3) to control internally
seed-borne fungal pathogens such as the loose smut fungi of cereals.
Typically, chemical seed treatments DO NOT offer benefits associated with root
development, drought proofing or crop yield.
CB-QGG does NOT contain fungicides or
insecticides. CB-QGG is a
CB-QGG constituents include,
but are not limited to,
macro and micro nutrients, amino acids, organic acids, root
growth stimulants, enzymes, proteins, complex carbohydrates, vitamins minerals and
beneficial microbes. CB-QGG also contains
constituents that stimulate indigenous microbes in the root
zone. CB-QGG has proven to be a reliable performer in low
and high rainfall areas and in all soil types except extreme