Stoller Enterprises announced the availability of a complete line of Stimulate products. A proven technology that has been successfully utilized in Brazil for over a decade is recently EPA-registered to promote plant cell division and enhance yields.

"This exciting series of five hormone products can be used for the specific purposes of obtaining maximum growth characteristics, yield, and fruit or seed quality," explained innovator and founder of Stoller Enterprises, Inc., Jerry Stoller.

"Specific hormones are necessary to encourage the plant to metabolize certain physiological activities which will greatly increase the plant's ability to obtain higher yields under any climatic condition."

Simply put, plant growth hormones are specially formulated to stimulate cell division, cell differentiation and cell arrangement in all positions in the plant. The more cells that a plant synthesizes the larger the plant, root system, stem, leaves and fruit will be.

*Stimulate Yield Enhancer is applied at the soil level for enhanced root mass. In fact four out of five plant hormones are synthesized in the root system making the enhanced roots an obvious benefit.

*Fortified Stimulate is quick acting when foliar applied and triggers cell initiation which is beneficial during climatic stress conditions.

*Stimulate Grain Filler is designed to move photosynthates in the plant leaves and into the developing seed ...helping the plant to develop a strong SINK for increased fruit set. Stoller's research indicates that using Stimulate Grain Filler may eliminate the need for fungicide applications as a yield enhancer.

*Stimulate Fruit Thinner is a valuable tool when conditions promote an overabundance of flowers and fruit numbers. By using Fruit Thinner the weaker fruits fall away allowing the premium fruits to fill for maximum quality and size.

*Stimulate Power is a powerful chemical that actually alters the MEV pathway of a plant's meristematic tissue. This helps to increase plant growth and encourage more cell division and differentiation. Plus the root tends to grow in a vertical fashion that is ideal for high plant population conditions. Patents are pending.