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Wood vinegar or pyroligneous acid is a natural, biological product that is used in various industries such as agriculture, husbandry, food industry and medicine. While there are many possible applications, one of the most promising markets for wood vinegar is agriculture and farming.
Wood vinegar is an excellent pesticide and fertilizer that improves soil quality, helps the elimination of pests, and assists the plant growth control by being able to accelerate the development of plants.
This is due to the fact that wood vinegar complements both the fertilizer and the existing soil nutrients. Wood vinegar contains constituents such as
Acetic Acid, Hydrazine, Methyl Alcohol, Butanic Acid, Propanoic acid, Phenol, Valeraldehyde, Propanone, Butyrolactone, Benzoic acid, etc.
Product: Frozen Passion Fruit
Export Type: Frozen, Delivered in Container 20’FCL / 40’FCL
Taste: Mixture of Sweet and Sour Naturally
Product Shape: Whole, Half Cut, or Pulp (With or Without Seed)…or as You Prefer
Shelf Life: 24 Months
Certification: ISO, HACCP, BRC, GAP
Nutrition Value: Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Magnesium, Copper, Fiber
Nutrition Benefits: Improve Eye’s Health, Regulate Heart Rate and Blood Pressure, Improve Immune System
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Betaine Anhydrous 98%
CAS NO.: 107-43-7
Molecular Formula / Weight: C5H11NO2 / 117.15
Appearance: White Crystalline Granule.
Betaine Anhydrous content:≥98%
– Supply methyl groups to partially replace methionine and choline chloride, and reduce the feed cost. Regulate osmotic pressure to reduce piglet diarrhea and enhance the curative effect of anticoccidian medicine.
– Enhance fat metabolism to prevent the fatty liver, increase the lean meat rate and improve the quality of animal carcass.
– Effectively increase the survival rate of aquatic animals.
Storage: Store in a cool and dry place, in sealed or closed container.
Expiry: Two years.