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.
Salinity and sodicity could be affecting your crops without you even knowing! Between 25 – 35% of worldwide agricultural lands are affected by these two abiotic stresses, which are also probably the two most difficult to manage.
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!!
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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