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Source: BRANDT sent via AgPR--the news distribution service for agriculture

Springfield, Ill. - BRANDT is rolling out two new nutrient-based seed treatments: BRANDT EnzUp® Grain ST and BRANDT SeedZone Zn.

Designed for use on corn, wheat, rice and potatoes, BRANDT EnzUp Grain ST is a breakthrough in the enzyme category. This proprietary enzyme technology enhances seed development by dispersing enzymes into the soil, helping the plant emerge faster and stronger. The enzymes on the seed interact with the plant's roots, help the plant uptake water and nutrients and increase root and shoot growth.

Designed for use primarily on corn, soybeans and large seed vegetables, BRANDT SeedZone Zn contains proprietary technology that improves performance of zinc by increasing the exposed surface area of the nutrient particle. This action results in better retention to the seed and improved solubility which will allow for faster germination. Trials have shown this technology increased exposed surface area of zinc by 10-20 times more than micronized zinc.

"We continue to spend a lot of time and energy working on seed technologies and products," said Brian Haschemeyer, BRANDT VP of Discovery & Innovation. "Seed treatments, a cost-effective option to address early season nutrition deficiencies, are becoming an essential part of modern agriculture."

These two products can be used on all soil types and can be mixed and applied with fungicide and insecticides. They are currently available across the US at select ag retailers.

To learn more about BRANDT and where these BRANDT products are available, visit, download the BRANDT Product Finder App or email


A leading agricultural company, BRANDT serves growers around the globe. Founded in 1953 by Glen Brandt and his sister Evelyn Brandt Thomas to help Illinois farmers adopt new and profitable technologies, the company has experienced aggressive growth under the leadership of President and CEO Rick Brandt. For more information, visit BRANDT on the web at

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