Coriphol ™ by Corigin
Coriphol is an aqueous solution comprised of numerous phenols, organic acids and other light weight biomolecules sourced from almond shells. Plant phenols are secondary metabolites that plants produce in response to abiotic and biotic stresses like nutrient imbalance, water deficiency, heat, frost, pests, pathogens and weeds.
Coriphol is diluted with irrigation water for foliar and drip applications, or as part of a baseline nutritional mix.
Third party field trials showed increased romaine yields, even at half the fertilizer rate. Broccoli trials showed big increases in marketable crowns. Cabbage trials produced yield gains over full fertilizer controls.
How it works?
Click here to learn about Corigin’s pyrolytic process and technology
We help farmers improve yields and margins with organic solutions produced from farm wastes.
Here’s how: Plants are really solar powered biochemical factories. Photosynthesis uses solar energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into plant polymers comprised of cellulose and lignin. These structures don’t just give plants their shape and ability to stand upright. They are also the source of an array of natural biochemicals that plants produce to defend themselves against stresses from nutrient imbalances, temperature extremes, drought, pathogens and pests.
Corigin unravels these plant structures into organic biomolecular solutions and soil amendments that help farmers increase yields and soil fertility while reducing chemical, fertilizer and water use.
The process is carbon negative, and perhaps the most sustainable process on Earth.
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