To determine whether there is a saturation point beyond which more application of coating has no sense, we investigated whether a so-called saturation point exists, and where it is per crop. It turns out that seeds with a smooth seed coat can take up much less as the quantity of fluids than typically applied in the industry.

    For this study, we looked at the actual quantities of coat (with active substances) that stay on the coated seed (versus the amounts applied) in correlation with the amount applied during the coating process.

    Saturation research film coat liquids