Fertilizers

Physiological responses to Fe deficiency in split-root tomato plants

Iron (Fe) bio availability in soils is often limited and can be further exacerbated by a non- homogeneous distribution in the soil profile, which has been demonstrated to vary both in space and time. Consequently, plants respond with morphological and physiological modifications at the root level…

By Gropro AG

Biostimulant for higher yield and securing bee population

GROPRO announces launching a new Bio-Stimulant - 'Awakening Pollination' - which stimulates the plants' natural processes to enhance flower development while increasing stamen hold and pollinator activity. This in turn increases total flower pollination ensuring overall plant yield increases. The primary…

Role of Trichoderma as plant-growth promoter

The main objective of a recent study was to determine the capacity of Trichoderma aggressivum f. europaeum to promote pepper and tomato seedling growth compared to that of T.…

Grodan

Growing media and the efficient use of nutrients

A recent whitepaper from Grodan discusses growing media and the efficient use of nutrients.  One of the 15 global challenges formulated by the Millenium project is “How can population growth and resources be brought into balance?" One aspect of this challenge is improving the use efficiency of the global resources…

Re-Nuble

Helping soilless farms grow net income by going closed loop

Re-Nuble has cracked the code on how to help soilless farms grow their net income by going 100% closed loop, through the utilization of food waste. Over the past 5 years, the company has developed technologies that unlock water soluble nitrates from plant-based food waste streams, producing…

Mycorrhizal fungi enhances productivity and quality in cherry tomato

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) are a promising tool to improve plant nutrient use efficiency (NUE) and tolerance against abiotic stresses. Moreover, AMF can potentially increase plant productivity and reduce the negative externalities of the agricultural sector. A recent study aimed to elucidate…

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Survey gauges demand for organic certified hydroponic nutrient solution

New research from Monash University is looking to conduct market research within the overlapping hydroponics and organic farming spheres in the form of a five-minute survey, or ten-minute phone interview. This research will be used to gain a better understanding of customer needs and preferences in this…

June 17 and June 24 at 9 AM GMT +2

Webinars on plant nutrient deficiencies

Haifa Academy invites you to two free webinars discussing plant nutrient deficiencies.  The first live webinar about macronutrients deficiencies will be held on June 17. In order…

"A sand filter doesn’t filter out pesticides from the water”

Using ditch water for the irrigation of crops does not come without risks. This should not come as a surprise, but when there is so little rain that even ditch water starts to…

What makes a fertilizer high-grade?

Quality is highly important to Prayon, a fertilizer producer. More fertilizers have been sold than in recent years, so it is important to keep stock and quality at a high…


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