Reductant Technology

The Solution for
Sustainable Agriculture.

Sustainable agriculture is no longer a challenging task. Up to 50% reduction in pesticide dosage, achieved by mixing Reductant technology, is designed for every type of commodity.

WEED Solut-ioN®

Herbicide Reductant for
higher cost efficiency

Pest Solut-ion®

Insecticide Reductant for
effective pest control

Envros®

Solution for improving
herbicide efficacy on
marginal land
The International EPD System

Discover Detailed Information about Our Product Emissions

There is no hidden information in WEED Solut-ioN®’s life cycle as a safe and environmentally friendly product, assessed by an international third party that published an Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) certification. Now, WEED Solut-ioN® is not only helping our customers meet industry standards for transparency but also prioritizing environmental stewardship.

No
Phytotoxicity
Materials
Compatible

Reductant Technology State of the Art

Materials

Mainly made from local organic compound that is largely accessible

No Phytotoxicity

Leave no harmful side effect to cultivated plants

Compatible

Suitable for all kind of registered pesticides and plants.

Eco-friendly

Readily biodegradable, relatively harmless, non-irritant, considered to be not bio-accumulated, and non-water pollutant

Certified​

In line with regulation of MSPO, ISPO, RSPO, and FSC

Eco-friendly
Certified
Research and Study

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Reductant Technology

Impact Report 2023

Smallholders Ecosystem
Development, East Nusa Tenggara

Impact Report 2023

Smallholders Ecosystem
Development, East Nusa Tenggara
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Sustainability Report 2023

Pandawa Agri Indonesia Unveils Second Sustainability Report: Fostering Agricultural Resilience

Sustainability Report 2023

Pandawa Agri Indonesia Unveils Second Sustainability Report: Fostering Agricultural Resilience
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Case Study

Debunking The Maximum Residues Limits (A case study on coffee)

Case Study

Debunking The Maximum
Residues Limits (A case study on coffee)
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