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Camila Levy, R&D Manager, speaks about the collaborative research projects between Tradecorp and Landlab

Tradecorp recently released an infrared timelapse video that shows the “invisible” abiotic stresses caused by drought. This video was the result of a long standing collaboration between Tradecorp and Landlab, a leading Italian agricultural research centre.

Drought stress affects plants earlier than you think. Watch it on this new infrared timelapse video !

Primactive effect can delay or even eliminate negative abiotic stresses that crops are exposed to during the normal crop cycle…but in reality, this is not the case.

Prevent and combat cold stress with Biostimulation 360, by Tradecorp

Plants are continuously exposed to adverse environmental factors during their lifecycle. Cold stress is one of the most important abiotic stresses that can affect the growth and development of crops.

Prevent and combat heat stress with Tradecorp Biostimulants!

In optimal weather conditions, plants generate energy and reach their maximum production capacity, thanks to moderate temperatures and a proper water availability.

Tradecorp presents Primactive, an exclusive technology that takes priming effect to the maximum level

Primactive is the result of Tradecorp’s investment in research and the constant improvement of its manufacturing process.

Tradecorp, Gold Sponsors of the BioAG World Congress, India

Stop by the annual BioAG World Congress from the 18th-20th of February located in Le Meridien Delhi, India.

Don´t miss out on Beatriz Leube´s speech at New Ag China!

One of Tradecorp’s very own technicians, Beatriz Leube, will be presenting at the annual New Ag International Conference held in China.

When climate still fights against us and best farm management practices have not been enough: L-α Amino Acids

Improving soil structure and promoting the plants ability to resist drought stress increases the ability of agriculture to push back against drought and desertification helping ensure critical food supplies.

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.

Marcos Alajarín will speak about the importance of biostimulants at the CNCIC 2018 – Global Specialty Fertilizer Convention, China

Alajarín’s seminar will be taking place on the 15th of June at the CNCIC 2018 Global Specialty Fertilizer Convention, located in Bejing, China.