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Could any of these 3 mistakes during the flowering stage be reducing your profitability?

Flowering is a brief but decisive period when it comes to defining the season’s yield potential. To maximise production, one must take the utmost care to ensure that flowering reaches its full potential.

Tradecorp, at the Biostimulants Conference in Italy 

After the success of the first Biostimulants Conference, the event organized by ARPTRA and Fruit Communication entirely focused on biostimulants, the Biostimulants Conference 2021 returns, with four sessions, 30 partner companies and dozens of participating experts.

José Nolasco will speak about precision in timing of Biostimulant application at the New AG Africa conference

Jose Nolasco, Strategy and Innovation Director at Tradecorp, will delve into a new concept in abiotic stress management through the use of precision biostimulation at the New Ag International Africa virtual conference. The congress will take place from 28th September to 1st of October.

SUCCESS STORY: Increasing profitability using a Tradecorp salinity and sodicity management program

Between 25 – 35% of worldwide agricultural lands are affected by salinity and sodicity which are two of the most difficult abiotic stresses to manage.

Reduced yield? Solutions do not seem to work? Salinity and sodicity may be the problem!

Did you know that salinity and sodicity are abiotic stresses? While other environmental abiotic stresses such as heat, cold, drought and flooding can be thought of as more “transient” abiotic stresses, salinity and sodicity are what can be thought of as “permanent” abiotic stresses. They are often present from day one of the crop cycle […]

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 !

It is a common misconception that the most common effect of drought on plants is wilting…but in reality, this is not the case. Wilted plants are in fact close to death and visible wilting is one of the final signs for drought stress before plant death!!

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.