Fertilizers

Chrysal has partnered with Dr. Hans de Ruiter to introduce Chrysal N’Fuse

US: Partnership leads to the usage of less PGRs for growers

Plant growth regulators are very important for growers to ensure a consistent output of a uniform and healthy crop to ensure maximum sales. Chrysal now introduces N’Fuse in…

SBM Life Science confirms acquisition of BHS's garden business

SBM Life Science is confirming the acquisition of BHS's Garden business, specialized in Fertilizers, Soil, Lawn Seeds, Plant Protection Products, Outdoor Maintenance products,…

University of Massachusetts Amherst

US (MA): UMass Soil & Plant Nutrient Testing Lab has reopened

The UMass Soil & Plant Nutrient Testing Lab has reopened as of June 23, 2020, in order to analyze samples that were in process when the lab closed on March 16 and those that arrived after that date. Orders will be processed in the order they were received. New samples for analysis will not be accepted…

With or without corona

Production and transport of fertilizers continue as usual

The border controls are more strict than ever, due to the Corona crisis. India is even in the largest lockdown in the world, 1.5 billion people who are afraid for more outbreaks. To send a ship there at this time means even more administration than usual, but it does continue, tells Dave Pinxteren with…

Ohio State University

Growth promotion by bacteria-based biostimulants

The most common active ingredients in biostimulants are beneficial microorganisms (fungi and bacteria). These fungi and bacteria can increase the availability of essential macro and micronutrients that would otherwise be leached from the container. Increasing nutrient uptake and use efficiency improves…

July 6

University of Florida greenhouse training online courses

Train yourself and your staff to make better decisions about fertilizer and plant nutrient management. Nutrient Management 1 is the second course of the award-winning…

Smart sensor for measuring plant nitrogen status of floriculture crops

Plant nitrogen (N) content affects the growth and quality of floriculture crops. The deficiency of N causes leaf yellowing and stunted growth. In many floriculture crop species, leaf yellowing is usually seen in the older leaves. However, this may not be the case in all species (see Fig. 1). Excess N…


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