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Annals of Applied Biology published biostimulation research

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.

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. 

New Investigations on the Phylgreen range in collaboration with Queen’s University

The prestigious Queen’s University (Belfast, North Ireland) has recently finished the first phase of a new study on the Phylgreen range, specifically on the performance of the extract of the seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum against abiotic stress in plants.