Establishing crops is difficult. But what if there were a way to boost their development naturally?

Taking care of crops during the initial stages of life are essential when it comes to ensuring a successful season. Just like us, plants are much more susceptible to disease and other stress factors when they’re young. But rather than relying on nitrogen that can harm yield down the track, ComCat offers an organic solution that plants love.

ComCat at a glance

Organic growth agent

Accelerates plant and root growth and strengthens the natural resistance to abiotic and biotic stress factors

Can be used as a foliar application or root drench

Formulated in a soluble powder

BioGro Organic registration in New Zealand


  • Activates natural growth and defence mechanisms within plants
  • Increases the communication speed of genetic messages within plants
  • Increases the natural resistance of plants to diseases and pests
  • Increases flower size and length of flowering in commercially cut flowers
  • Can be applied to foliage or used as a root drench
  • Works throughout the entire plant


Organic by nature, ComCat is a soluble powder full of natural, active compounds which are carefully extracted from non-toxic wild plants. Blended with dextrose, it has the ability to accelerate plant and root growth; simultaneously strengthening the natural resistance of seedlings to all kinds of stress factors.

It’s important to note that ComCat isn’t a pesticide, fertiliser or genetically modified product. It isn’t harmful to humans, animals and the environment either.


To understand how ComCat aids the development of plants, it’s worth getting your head around the factors that dictate (or inhibit) growth in the first place.

Plants react to their environment, and the signals they pick up are communicated at a genetic level where specific enzymes are created and activated for specific purposes. The signals can be positive or negative, and they include things like the amount of light, oxygen, heat, and disease to name a few. So, in the presence of positive signals such as light, growth enzymes are activated. On the other hand, if plants are exposed to adverse heat or cold, resistance enzymes are put to work.

The enzymes tell specific parts of plants how to react. And if it’s a bright, sunny day, they’ll tell the root cells to multiply and the leaf cells to photosynthesize. The opposite can be said if the environmental signals are inhibiting growth. But what if there were a way to help plants increase their ability at both stages?


This is where ComCat comes in. The organic compounds it’s made up of promote growth by speeding up the rate at which cells divide and replicate. This works for both positive and negative signals; which means ComCat can increase potential yield and the natural resistance of plants to disease.

During growth, ComCat stimulates bud formation and root growth. This results in more nutrients being absorbed through the soil and more flowers (that become fruit). In the case of commercially cultivated cut flowers an added advantage is larger flowers and extended flowering time.