|Title of Invention||
A FLOWERING STIMULANT CUM PLANT ENERGISER FORMULATION FOR AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL PLANT, TREES & CROPS
|Abstract||A flowering stimulant-cum-plant energizer composition for Agricultural and Horticultural, Plants, trees, crops wherein the said composition with an optimum concentration of Nitrobenzene In the range of 15-20% In loinic surfactant base/non-ionic surfactant base/petrochemical solvent (Aromax, C, IX, etc.)/Non Petrochemical Solvent (alcohol) with fillers enhaocing the activity by synergism wherein nitrobenzene is charged to the ionic surfactant/ non- ionic surfactant base/petrochemical solvent (Aromax, C, IX, etc.)/Non Petrochemical Solvent (alcohol) and fillers added to secure the optimum concentration of Nitrobenzene.|
This Invention basically relates to the field of agricultural technology. This Invention further concerned with agricultural and horticultural crops. Further this Invention relates to flowering stimulant formulation for agricultural and horticultural crops.
The Invention has all along addressed to the problem for Inventing and Investigating a novel formulation, which will stimulate all flowering agricultural and horticultural crops. This Invention Is a break through after extensive research for finding out the basic raw material and the exact composition yielding to flowering stimulant composition.
Accordingly It Is the primary object of the Invention to Invent a novel flowering stimulant formulation which Is unique.
It is another object of Invention to Invent a process for manufacturing a flowering stimulant formulation.
It Is another object of the Invention to Invent a novel composition, which Is a cost effective fonnulatlon.
Further objects of the Invention will be clear from the following description. Now the Invention will be described In detail In the following description. The nature of the Invention Is described In detail In this complete specification
The novel formulation will be made from the following raw materials.
a. Add Slurry
b. Sodium Hydroxide
c. Bleaching material I.e., Urea
d. Aromatic Nitro compound I.e., Nitro Benzene Active Ingredient.
The research team of the company after years experience searched, Investigated and invented a product based on Aromatic Nitro compound I.e. NItro Benzene which includes flowering in almost all FLOWEf^NG crops.
It Is a unique product and there Is no other product based on this chemical and processed In a unique way. Our extensive field trials establish Its use In an unequivocal manner. The exact formulation of each Ingredient Is Investigated and made available In this complete specification.
The manner of manufacturing the said formulation Is given In the following description.
Acid Slurry is taken say 5 to 10 kgs and nutralised with Sodium Hydroxide. After nutrallsation it is bleached with urea 2 to 4 kgs. Now 80 to 160 litres of liquid detergent of surfactant (IONIC Surfactant) is ready. It Is cured sufficiently to stop froth etc, and used as a carrier.
Then aromatic nitro compound i.e., NItro Benzene Is added at 20 kgs. For every 80 litres of liquid surfactant carrier and allowed to get absorbed In liquid detergent by repeated stirring.
Devices used in the manufacturing process of flowering stimulant are given below
Mixing vessel, agitator, filling machine, shrink packaging machine are required and according to output condition automation Is required. The product can be utilized profitably In all flowering plants, trees, crops etc.,
It has been found that this flowering stimulant formulation when applied to all flowering plants gives excellent yield, it has been further found out that no side effect visible when using this flowering stimulant composition. It Is to be noted that this flowering stimulant composition will have wide application.
The essence of the Invention Is a flowering stimulant cum plant energlzer formulation for agricultural and horticultural plants, trees, crops comprising lonlc/non ionic surfactant, Petro/Non-petro solvents to which predetermined quantity of the active Ingredient nitro benzene Is slowly mixed, primed and simultaneously stirred to obtain uniformly dissolved free flowing, water mlsclble, flowering, stimulant cum plant energlzer formulation.
The Invention will be described In detail In the following specification and with the help of examples.
FLOW CHART DETAILED DESCRIPTION.
Reference Is Invited to flow chart given In the complete specification.
Example No. 1
High Density plastic vessel (or) stainless steel container and adding sodium Hydroxide (caustic soda) measured quantity and adding acid slurry (Linear Alkyl Aryl Benzene) slowly and secure a neutral solution strictly with PH 7.0. When the resultant product comes to room temperature add urea till getting Honey colour.Then prime It to required quantity I.e., volume by adding water.
Then slowly add Nltro Benzene simultaneously stirring still securing uniform product with aromatic smell. The resultant flowering stimulant should contain 20% NITRO BENZENE V/V and the formulation should be absorbed active Ingredient uniformly and free flowing easily missible with water. Neither N.B. should float nor the carrier should show remaining absorbent capacity.
Now If carefully manufactured a free flowing; easily mlsslble and stable product with minimum 2 years shelf life guaranteed flowering stimulant Is ready and then Bottled In HDPE container and marketed.
In certain special cases and In certain sensitive crops Ionic surfactant base as described In above paragraph is not useful or redundant.
In this case though costly a non-Ionic (totally organic or plant derived) surfactants (example - Glycol Ether) taken to predetermined level and N. B. (NITRO BEZENE) Is charged Into the Non Ionic medium till receiving 20% of required concentrated flowering stimulant. Now a sophisticated flowering stimulant cum quality improver, Boom Flower TM is ready. (This will be a deodorized, free flowering-Fool-proof and easily giving 3 to 4 years shelf life Boom - Flower Is ready). Compatible with all Agro chemicals Irrespective of P. H.
(This formulation Is ackene to pesticide formulation). Taking measured quantity of Aromatic petro chemical solvent (say Aromax, C. 9 etc.) and add required quantity of Nitro Benzene and adding q. s. (quantum sufficient) Non Ionic emulslfler (individually of mixed Non Ionic emulslfler) and thoroughly mix it in stainless steel formulation kettle, after thorough mixing & getting, Homogenous mixture i. e. the end product flowering stimulant and quality enriching Boom Flower Is available. It Is compatible with all Agro Chemicals except Acidic products.
* - Table purpose desired quality Improvement by NItro Benzene. 1+2 - IONIC Based Flowering stimulant. 3+4 - IMon IONIC based Flowering stimulant.
4 - PEDICIL Increase welcomed by Flower selling women because
and easy garland making, size attraction to consumer.
I. Detailed Biological / Biochemical / Chemical trials are In prpgress as follows.
a. Chillies - Acharya Renga University of Agriculture,
b. Redgram Crop - University of Agricultural sciences,
(Pegeon Pea) Dharwad, Karnataka.
c. Cotton - Punjab Rao Deshmukh Agricultural
University at AKOLA, Maharashtra.
d. Rice - Tamil Nadu Agricultural University,
e. Jasmine - ONE student Fellowship at Tamil nadu
Agricultural University, Colmbatore studying different parameters for Boom Flower-n & Boom flower ni.
f. Cardamom - Central Cardamom research station at
Maylladumparal, Idikkl District, Kerala.
g. Soya Bean - Madhya Pradesh Agricultural University.
I. Acid Slurry neutraillsed with sodium Hydroxide and Bleached with urea and Nitrobenzene added to be absorbed.
II. Non-Ionic surfactant like Glycol Ether is taken In determined quantity and Nltro benzene added slowly and simultaneously stirring to get and product at derived ratio of flowering stimulant.
III. Predetermined Active Ingredient for strength mixed Aromatic solvents and then added required quantity of lonic/non Ionic emulslfiers/any one of them so as to obtain the flowering stimulant, compatible with Non reactive neutral Agro chemicals.
1. A flowering stimulant-cum-plant energizer composition for Agricultural and Horticultural, Plants, trees, crops wherein the said composition with an optimum concentration of Nitrobenzene In the range of 15-20% In iolnic surfactant base/non-lonic surfactant base/petrochemical solvent (Aromax, C, IX, etc.)/Non Petrochemical Solvent (alcohol) with fillers enhancing the activity by synergism wherein nitrobenzene Is charged to the Ionic surfactant/ non-Ionic surfactant base/petrochemical solvent (Aromax, C, IX, etc.)/Non Petrochemical Solvent (alcohol) Is which and fillers added to secure the optimum concentration of Nitrobenzene.
2. A product as claimed In claim 1 wherein the Ionic surfactant is brought to honey colour by bleaching the dark colour obtained by neutralizing acid slurry.
3. A product as claimed In claim 1 wherein the petrochemical solvent Is mixed with quantum sufficient non Ionic or Ionic emulslfier or both.
4. A product as claimed In claim 1 wherein the non-petrochemical solvent Is mixed with quantum sufficient non-Ionic or Ionic emulslfier or both.
5. A Flowering stimulant cum plant energjzer composition for agricultural and horticultural plants, trees, crops as claimed In Claim 1, which Is In granular form.
6. A Flowering stimulant cum plant energizer composition for agricultural and horticultural plants, trees, crops as claimed In claim 1, which Is In wettable powder form.
7. A flowering stimulant cum plant energizer composition for agricultural and horticultural plants, trees, crops, wherein the tolerance limit of active ingredient Nitrobenzene is in the range of 1-99%.
8. A flowering stimulant cum plant energizer composition for Agricultural and horticultural plants, trees, crops comprising Nitrobenzene as active Ingredient and substantially as described in the complete specification.
Date: 10-04-2002 Place: CHENNAI.
|Indian Patent Application Number||263/MAS/2002|
|PG Journal Number||52/2007|
|Date of Filing||10-Apr-2002|
|Name of Patentee||M/S. DEVI PESTICIDES PRIVATE LIMITED|
|Applicant Address||29A, WORKSHOP ROAD, MADURAI, TAMILNADU - 625 001|
|PCT International Classification Number||A01H 5/02|
|PCT International Application Number||N/A|
|PCT International Filing date|