Haifa company introduces a new range of plant supplements

Taking care of the whole growth system and strengthening the plant mechanically and physiologically: the new range of biostimulants by Haifa complements the Group's plant nutrients is intended to help growers to produce better yields.

Haifa Group, a supplier of specialty plant nutrients, launches a new range of biostimulants. The HaifaStim™ range comprises products carefully formulated to improve the plant's environment, supporting physiological growth processes. Seven products are offered at the first stage, addressing specific conditions and plant functions. The HaifaStim range includes products that improve soil structure and root activity, strengthen the plant, facilitate uptake of nutrients and enhance resistance to stress situations. All products are derived from organic materials, and most of them are approved for organic farming.

"Our new HaifaStim range is the next leap in plant nutrition," says Mr. Pierluigi Rigatelli, Haifa Group's marketing manager of biostimulants and micronutrients. "It was created with the understanding that when we supplement the plant nutrition with biostimulants, we improve the plant capability to maintain physiological processes and to reach growth potential."

"HaifaStim products naturally complement Haifa's range of specialty fertilizers,", says Mr. Natan Feldman, VP marketing, business development & innovation. "We continuously strive to develop products, services and knowledge in order provide growers worldwide with innovative solutions for plant nutrition. The HaifaStim range takes advantage of Haifa's profound understanding of the needs of both plants and growers, while complying with the growing acceptance of biostimulants as a genuine potential for better crop production."

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