After several years of research in collaboration with Queen’s University of Belfast (United Kingdom) to analyze the performance and mode of action of different kinds of biostimulants, the first paper has been published.
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.
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.
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.