Our BioBuild® family of biological products uses multiple modes of action and bacteria strains to promote plant growth and reduce stress. Products are proven to enhance a variety of crops including corn, soybeans, wheat, alfalfa, vegetables and tomatoes.
BioBuild®’s combination beneficial microbes, biologicals and organic acids help plants break dormancy, deal with environmental challenges and ensure sound nutrition throughout the growing season. Fulvic acid and seaweed extract are a few of the unique ingredients in this family of products.
BioBuild® products are safe and easy to use. Application timing, rates and restrictions vary with each product. Local PCT experts can help you determine the right approach to achieve optimal results for your crops.
PCT | Sunrise BioBuild® Biologicals
Find specific microbial information and application rates for
the BioBuild® family of products below.
Tools & Resources
C-Green Amino + II
C-Green Amino + II is a seaweed extract fortified with organic acids in combination with N-amino acids + a soil penetrating agent to help any plant mitigate stress.
BioComplete II is a blend of over two dozen various strains of beneficial microbes that enhance plant health and vigor. It is designed to increase flower production, healthier and more vigorous root systems along with phosphate solubilization and nitrogen fixation.
Digester is a highly concentrated blend of beneficial microorganisms formulated to reduce field stubble and crop residue. It helps break down cellulose, proteins, lipids, starches, lignins and chitins, returning them to the soil for the next crop.
Soy BioST + R combines a select group of concentrated beneficial microbes with an organic food source applied as a seed treatment inoculant for enhanced early growth, vigor and to develop a larger root mass on many crops.
BioSpray II is a specifically designed biostimulant technology containing a beneficial microbial team along with organic acid complexes, plant derived hydrolysates, rhizobia, nitrogen and soil-penetrating technologies to provide a biological benefit for producers who do not have in-furrow delivery capability.