Seed Coatings

Seed treatments and coatings increase the usefulness of high value seeds from field crops to vegetables and ornamentals. Michelman additives can aid in ensuring the even processing and planting of seeds. They can also help in controlling moisture, aiding antiblock and providing binding properties.

Additives & Modifiers for Seed Coatings Available Form % Non-Volatile Emulsifier Charge abrasion resistance binder block resistance lubricity slip resistance

NurtureYield® S 2001

(Anionic natural wax emulsion)

A natural based additive used to improve flow and plantability in film coatings and seed treatment formulations for field and other crops. It also reduces abrasion and helps to lessen dust-off. The recommended loading level is up to 4 fl. oz./100 lb. for both corn and soybeans.

Emulsion 24.5 - 25.5 Anionic    

NurtureYield® S 2002

(Nonionic natural wax emulsion)

A natural based additive used to improve flow and plantability in film coatings and seed treatment formulations for field and other crops. It also reduces abrasion and helps to lessen dust-off. The recommended loading level is 1 to 2 fl. oz./100 lb. for both corn and soybeans.

Emulsion 24.5 - 25.5 Nonionic    

NurtureYield® S 2102

(Nonionic synthetic wax emulsion)

A synthetic based additive used to improve flow and plantability in film coatings and seed treatment formulations for field and other crops. The recommended loading level is 1 fl. oz./100 lb. for both corn and soybeans.

Emulsion 34.5 - 35.5 Nonionic    

NurtureYield® S 2103

(Nonionic synthetic emulsion)

A synthetic based additive for film coatings and other seed treatment formulations for field and other crops.

Emulsion 39.5 - 40.5 Nonionic      

NurtureYield® S 2104

(Nonionic fischer-tropsch / polyethylene wax emulsion)

A synthetic based additive for film coatings and other seed treatment formulations for field and other crops to improve flow and reduce dust-off.

Emulsion 39.5 - 40.5 Nonionic      

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