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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. 

Tradecorp will host a stand at Booth 002 to exhibit several product ranges including Humic Acids, EDTA Chelates, Amino Acids, and Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed-based solutions. The stand will be attended by Tradecorp’s technical team from China who will be available to answer questions, as well as a representative from one of our key Chinese distributors.

 

The effect of Phylgreen on the molecular gene expression in tomato plants subjected to abiotic stress

Cathal DaynesIn addition, Dr. Cathal Daynes, Technical Product Manager for Tradecorp Asia & Pacific, will present a summary talk on Tradecorp’s latest research results on April 19th at 15:00. Dr. Daynes will present Tradecorp’s summary data on the effect of Phylgreen, which is derived from cold extracted Ascophyllum nodosum, on the molecular gene expression in tomato plants subjected to abiotic stress.

The talk is titled “Some molecular bases underpinning the Mode of Action (MOA) of the Biostimulant effect on Plant Growth and Yield of a cold extracted Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed kelp”.

 

About ABS Summit

The ABS summit will host booths from various companies to showcase new technology & products, as well as feature a range of speakers from various companies and institutions who will discuss topics such as the biostimulant industry, technology sharing, and market applications.

ABS focuses on biostimulants which are a new type of product in the global agricultural market. According to Future Market Insights the biostimulant market value was around $1.46 billion in 2015 and CAGR is projected to be above the other main categories of agricultural materials in coming years. Biostimulant are being ushered into the new development opportunity in China’s “zero growth” policy.

Due to the success of its first conference in 2017, ABS 2018 will invite government departments, research institutions, agronomists, manufacturers of biostimulants, cooperatives, suppliers, traders and the industry media to jointly discuss the development status as well as future development trends for biostimulants and opportunities both at home and abroad.

More information: http://www.abs-summit.com/English/

  • “Some molecular bases underpinning the Mode of Action (MOA) of the Biostimulant effect on Plant Growth and Yield of a cold extracted Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed kelp” by Dr. Cathal Daynes
  • 19th April, 2018, 15.00
  • 2018 China International Agriculture biostimulant application summit (ABS), Beijing, China