November 24, 2021 mcdmarketing

Prime Your Citrus to Let Go of Stress and Hold On to Fruit – For Your Best Yields!


Acadian® contains a complex mix of synergistic bioactive compounds that allow crops to reach their full yield potential. It improves crop quality and productivity by enhancing root growth, improving overall plant nutrition and bolstering tolerance to challenging growing conditions.

Benefits to Citrus

  • Improves nutrient uptake
  • Mitigates environmental stresses
  • Improves overall yield and quality

Acadian Improves Yield and Quality

Acadian gives your crop strong early growth, good nutrition and the ability to tolerate even the most challenging growing conditions. In addition, it works at a cellular level by improving the nutritional status of your crop, leading to higher yields.

How Does Acadian Benefit Citrus?

Improves Nutrient Uptake:

Acadian contains natural complexing sugars which bind to micronutrients, thereby improving the bioavailability and translocation of nutrients within the plant.


By themselves, nutrients can get stuck and tied up.

Complexing Sugar

A complexing sugar surrounds the nutrient and can easily carry it to where it is needed.

Mitigates Environmental Stresses:

Don’t let stress decrease your set! Stress threatens your crops with poor quality and lower yields. Acadian helps your crop better resist common stressors such as summer heat and drought by improving trees’ tolerance to tough growing conditions – resulting in less fruit drop and large fruit.

With its numerous bioactive compounds such as mannitol, unique polysaccharides and betaines, Acadian improves trees’ tolerance to a variety of stressful growing conditions including drought, heat, chill and salinity stress.

Acadian Citrus - Stem Water

Acadian-treated citrus trees had a less negative stem water potential, indicating improved water status and resistance to drought stress.

Improves Overall Yield and Quality:

Step up your citrus yields with optimum nutritional uptake and stress management. You’ll see faster growth, greater yields and better quality fruit.

Rates and Timings

  • 2 qts/acre @:
    • Start of spring growth (foliar)
    • 2 weeks pre-bloom (foliar)
    • Petal fall (foliar)
  • Repeat every 2-4 weeks for stress (foliage or soil)
  • Acadian mixes well with nutrients and other agricultural products.