Certain biostimulants have very specific roles in helping prevent and recover crops from environmental and weather stresses.
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The crop effect of biostimulants can be further optimised by following these application tips. Most importantly timing is key when applying biostimulants as they activate certain genes in plants that help the crop naturally overcome abiotic stress.
This July the Australian Ambassador, Richard Andrews, and his wife, Saovanee Andrews visited the OGT factory in Ireland to see where OGT, a Tradecorp subsidiary, combines its innovative technology and experience to create the Phylgreen range.
Tradecorp strives to improve the quality, efficiency and yield of crops. That’s why we always try to develop the right solutions for producers and farmers.
In optimal weather conditions, plants generate energy and reach their maximum production capacity, thanks to moderate temperatures and a proper water availability.
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Primactive is the result of Tradecorp’s investment in research and the constant improvement of its manufacturing process.
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.
Tradecorp recently presented Biostimulation 360º, a new concept to promote the correct approach towards different kinds of abiotic stresses.
Tradecorp has presented two of its most innovative products, IsliFe 8.2 and Phylgreen Mira, to the AgroPages Awards, “Agri-Inputs with Incomparable Market Potential in China 2018”.
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.
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