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Priming Effect: Preparing plants to combat drought and other abiotic stress conditions

Plants growing in Drought prone conditions can be subject to immense environmental (abiotic) stress. By preparing the plant for abiotic stress, if and when it occurs, the plant is less affected by the stress and has the potential to recover quicker, which help to minimize yield loss.

Forecast and early stress detection for a successful biostimulant strategy by Carlos Repiso, Biostimulation R&D coordinator at Tradecorp

Stressful conditions related to non-living factors, widely known as abiotic stress, are becoming a first order and patent problematic in today’s farming.

Tradecorp to host a stand at the ABS summit in Beijing, China

The 2018 China International Agriculture biostimulant application summit (ABS summit) will be held in Beijing from April 19-20, 2018. 

José Nolasco will speak about abiotic stress at the New Ag exhibition and Conference in Kenya

Nolasco, Strategy and Innovation Director at Tradecorp, will delve into the use of seaweeds to overcome abiotic stress in his presentation “Use of Gentle Extraction Seaweed Extract to Overcome Abiotic Stress in Plants” at the New Ag Fair in Kenya, March 21-23.

Don’t miss out on Cátedra Phylgreen 2018

The Cátedra Phylgreen 2018 will take place in Valencia and Seville (Spain) on the 24th and 25th of January. 

Dr. Thomas Fleming (Queen’s University Belfast): “Understanding the mode of action of biostimulants is critical to producing good customer advice and developing more effective formulations”

We talk with Dr Thomas Fleming, postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s University Belfast (Northern Ireland), about Tradecorp’s research in collaboration with Queen’s University Belfast (Northern Ireland) to analyse the performance and mode of action of different types of biostimulants. 

Presentation of the results from the study on the effect of biostimulants under situations of abiotic stress at the 3rd Biostimulants World Congress

The study analyses in depth the performance and mode of action of different types of biostimulants when applied before, during and after abiotic stress. 

Did you know the agricultural seaweeds market is expected to reach 211 KT in 2020?

The agricultural seaweeds market is experimenting a remarkable growth and is expected to reach 211 KT in 2020, according to a Markets and Markets research. This means a 82% increase compared to 2014. 

Alejandro Ledo, new Global Business Manager for Tradecorp and amenity market

Alejandro Ledo joins the amenity business unit at Tradecorp with the aim of reinforcing and developing this market in a more sustainable way.

Camila Levy, R&D Manager at Tradecorp, explains the priming vs curative effects of biostimulants against abiotic stress at the New Ag Conference in Berlin

From the 15th to the 17th of March, Tradecorp was present as an exhibitor at this year’s edition of the New Ag International exhibition in Berlin, Germany.

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