Agricultural Chemical Distributors for Corn Growers
Are you an agricultural chemical distributor of corn seed treatments and other products that benefit corn farmers and growers? These farmers are facing challenges with bird damage affecting their cornfields and loss of newly planted corn seed.
As an agricultural chemical distributor, your product choices could help farmers get the most out of their investments in corn seed and land. Corn growers can stand to maximize profits when they use the corn seed treatment Avipel.
A nonlethal, nontoxic and nonsystemic solution, Avipel is produced using an organic plant-based chemical. When farmers apply Avipel on their corn seed, they will reap the benefits of having larger corn crop yields on their farms.
Corn Farmers Crave a Corn Seed Treatment Option That Is Effective in Repelling Birds
Thousands of corn farmers and growers across the United States face major concerns over how bird damage can cause significantly decreased corn crop yields. When birds feed on their newly planted corn seed, farmers’ hurt financially.
Corn farmers look to you, an expert agricultural chemical distributor of effective products, for key guidance on corn seed treatment options.
Avipel has been shown to prevent many bird species—blackbirds, boat-tailed grackles, crows, European starlings, grackles, pheasants, red-wing blackbirds, ring-neck pheasants, sandhill cranes, starlings and turkeys—from eating corn seeds.
Avipel Liquid Treatment
Avipel’s liquid seed treatment is labeled for field and sweet corn use. Avipel use allows for corn seed to be treated in advance of a busy planting season.
- Available in 2 x 2½-gallon cases.
- Available in 24 cases per pallet.
- 13½ fluid ounces will treat about 100 pounds of corn seed.
- One gallon will treat approximately 980 pounds of corn seed.
Avipel Dry Treatment
Avipel’s hopper box (dry) seed treatment for corn is designed for field and sweet corn use. It can permit treating seed just before planting.
- Available in 12 x 16-ounce canisters in a case.
- Available in 48 cases per pallet.
- One 16-ounce canister treats about 200 pounds of corn seed.
- One case treats about 2,400 pounds of corn seed.
- A handy measuring scoop comes with each canister.
Agricultural Chemical Distributors, Retailers and Growers Favor Avipel Corn Seed Treatment for Safety Reasons and Effectiveness
Avipels has earned a sterling reputation among agricultural chemical distributors, retailers and corn growers throughout America. This natural bird repellent has been shown to be effective in protecting corn seed from birds. It is also nonsystemic to corn, nonlethal to birds and nontoxic to plants and fish.
Endorsed by the International Crane Foundation, Avipel causes no groundwater contamination. This means that farmers’ aquifers and wells remain safe, heightening their confidence in Avipel as a solution. Avipel also has been shown to cause no side effects that could be costly.
Avipel’s Active Ingredient Is AQ
Avipel’s active ingredient is 9,10-anthraquinone (AQ). This is a natural organic chemical found in many species such as greater plantains and sennas.
Avipel triggers a reaction in birds’ guts when birds consume treated corn seeds without causing any harm. Birds that have eaten Avipel-treated seeds and their flocks very quickly learn to avoid these seeds and start to look for other food sources. Cornfields with seeds treated with Avipel will be able to remain fully protected.
Avipel is effective during an approximately 30-day period in which seed kernel remnants remain as a food source.
How Do I Buy Avipel?
Avipel is distributed and sold by local agriculture retailers and corn seed suppliers in these states.
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
Contact us to distribute Avipel.
Avipel Is Made by Arkion Life Sciences, Driven to Create Top-Flight Bird-Repellency Products
Avipel is produced by Arkion Life Sciences, which has researched and developed bird repellency products for more than a decade. The USDA and other organizations have conducted studies of Avipel. These studies have shown Avipel to efficiently protect corn seed.
Do You Want to Learn More About Avipel?
Agricultural chemical distributors wanting to learn more about Avipel may review application guides, independent research studies, USDA labels specific to states and more information.
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“I have been using Avipel for the first time this year and last year we had sand hill cranes that completely destroyed over half of our field, and this year they haven’t touched it. So it’s been working awesome so far.”
Avipel® Seed Treatment
- Protects corn seed from birds taking plants from the row
- Low cost per acre
- Insures your seed investment from bird loss
How It Works
Anthraquinone (AQ) is the active ingredient in Avipel. Studies have demonstrated that 9, 10 anthraquinone (AQ) is an effective and non-toxic bird repellant. AQ and its derivatives are found in plants and is thought to affect birds as a gut irritant.
Although Avipel is technically a pesticide in that it repels a pest (birds), it is important to remember that it has no toxic properties.