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Photon is effective against the effects of many adverse environmental conditions. Photon has demonstrated yield increases under heat, chilling, light frost, drought, salinity, and excess radiation.

Activates the biochemical system

that reduces the impact of damaging reactive oxygen species (ROX).

Stabilizes photosynthetic and cell membranes

to remain functional under stress conditions. Stabile chloroplasts and mitochondria produce less ROX.

Increase photosynthetic carbon production,

with more carbohydrate available for plant health and yield.

Dicarboxylic acids (found in PHOTON) mildly inhibit one or more of the three specific redox enzymes that signal stimulating the plant’s stress-coping mechanisms to prepare for yield-robbing environmental stressors.

Dicarboxylic acids exhibit high activity in reversibly inhibiting a key redox enzyme in various organisms. The state of the reaction product activates/deactivates numerous plant enzymes and systems. It is thought that more than 450 enzymes are impacted by the change in this reaction

By inhibiting these enzymes, a stress sensor protein (diagram below) activates or inhibits over 450 other proteins and enzymes in a “cascade” that amplifies the stress signal.