Simplify your plant health care with a powerful insecticide, a potent fungicide, and a multi-faceted IPM addition packed in one organic, plant-based formula. NanoCrop works against mold and mildew by membrane disruption. Thousands of micelle tear out a piece of the cell wall and cause the cells to leak out, effectively sterilizing the spore. The micelle also leaves a thin physical barrier that blocks the anchor site where mold and mildew would attach, preventing it from growing for up to ten days.

Although its active ingredients are corn and soybean oil, NanoCrop is not oil; it’s a clever rearrangement of the colloidal micelle and their electrical charge.

Optimized for Commercial Agriculture

The micelle measures between 1-4 nanometers and does all the work. When it comes to sap-sucking pests, unlike oils that act as a suffocant, the micelle is attracted to the bacteria in their gut. It will go through the cellular wall of the insect and disrupt the enzymes there.


Where is NanoCrop Available?

Map of the states in America where NanoCrop is registered.

How Can We Help?


    Frequently asked questions

    Can I mix NanoCrop with other products?

    Although we recommend it as a standalone product, NanoCrop is compatible with all other products and will emulsify any immiscible substance.

    How often can I spray?

    We recommend one application every week for most plants. You can spray more often if you like, you will not harm your plants. If you are fighting an infestation, visit our product label page for problem-specific instructions.

    Is NanoCrop a fertilizer?

    No, we can reduce the amount of inputs by making them more available to the plant by encapsulating minerals and delivering them directly to the phloem and xylem where they can be used immediately by the plant.

    Do I need special equipment to use NanoCrop??

    No, conventional spray systems including electrostatic equipment work perfectly. There are, however, recommended application rates per acre for row crops to achieve efficacy. Refer to our label for more information.

    Is NanoCrop and PureCrop1 the same?

    No, while both products are powered by our base proprietary PureCrop NanoTech solution, NanoCrop (released in 2022) is the latest breakthrough from our lab, optimized especially for commercial farmers.

    In 2022 the PureCrop1 brand was acquired by West Coast Ag Products and was rebranded as simply “PureCrop”. You can read about the details in the press release.

    What's in the package?

    Liquid concentrate.

    • Weight per gallon: 8.6-lbs
    • Total Tote Weight: 2,605-lbs
    • Pallet of 2.5-gallon bottles has a total of 36 cases equalling 72 individual bottles weighing a total of 1,660-lbs.

    Does NanoCrop leave residue?

    Solid particles are attracted to the micelle and held in suspension. Any wash-off completely biodegrades at the atomic level into nitrates, soil constituents, and water.

    Solid particles are attracted to the micelle and held in suspension. Any wash-off completely biodegrades at the atomic level into nitrates, soil constituents, and water.

    You have corn and soybean oil as active ingredients, does it work like other oils?

    No, unlike oil NanoCrop uses the fatty acid molecules that make up corn and soybean oil to manufacture our product. Visit the blog to learn more.

    When is the best time to spray?

    The best time for any foliar application is in the early morning or early evening when temperature is low and humidity is higher, giving more time for the plants to absorb the product. NanoCrop can be sprayed in direct sunlight if necessary without concern for phytotoxicity due to the huge surface area to mass ratio.

    How close to harvest can I use NanoCrop?

    NanoCrop can be used in all stages of growth, from seedling up to and including the day of harvest. NanoCrop can be used as a post-harvest wash to remove any unwanted residue.

    Is NanoCrop only good for foliar application?

    Nope! There are many benefits to adding NanoCrop to the root zone including increased health and vigor, reduced stress, increased resistance to soil pathogens, lower nutrient use and faster ripening.

    Suggested Use?

    • Mixing: Fill a container with fresh, clean water. Add NanoCrop concentrate. Shake or stir. Spray or use as a root drench. 

    • Dilution Rates: Pest/Mold/Mildew Control – 1%-2% solution every 7 days. Increase frequency and ratio to 2% when pressures rise.

    • To maintain long-term benefits, spray 2 oz per gallon once a week.

    • Use as your dormant spray at 2 quarts per 100 gallons with other chemicals or 1 gallon per 100 gallons by itself. Apply less product and achieve better results

    • The more prolonged NanoCrop is on the plant, the higher the efficacy rate. Accordingly, we suggest spraying either early morning or late afternoon as the formula quickly dries when sprayed in direct sunlight or heat.

    • If there is rain in your forecast, apply a foliar spray on your plants at least two hours before rainfall to protect them from pest, mold, or mildew and reduce yield loss. Rainfast within 2 hours, NanoCrop defends the integrity of your crop through the storm.

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