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27 Nov
What is an agricultural biostimulant? Biostimulants are micro-organisms or substances that articulate physiological and biochemical processes in plants. They act through different mechanisms than fertilisers and plant protection products. Biostimulants are complementary to crop nutrition and protection.Biostimulants are applied to maximise the genetic potential of the plant, causing changes in hormonal status, activating metabolic processes, improving nutritional efficiency, stimulating development…
4 Nov
E-PLUS obtains EU biostimulant registration E-PLUS has obtained the official registration under the name of BIOSTIMULANT in Belgium, Spain and Portugal, extendable to the rest of the EU countries, with registration number EM625.F and valid until 31/12/2026. In this way, Econatur consolidates its position as a pioneer in Europe in biostimulation. Twenty-five years ago, the company designed and launched the…
17 Oct
Since 15 October 2022, the Spanish company Econatur has chosen to invest directly in the Italian market through a project developed and shared with the SidusPlant Group. With this agreement and through the SidusPlant organization, Econatur will market and sell directly its technical solutions to the network of dealers and commercial organizations in the agricultural sector.  The coordination of the…
23 Sep
The fat yield of the olive is a small amount of oil. This oil is obtained from the pulp and skin of the fruit. The quality of this oil, however, is variable, depending on its content of monounsaturated fatty acids, which are very important in the human diet. In this article we present an effective treatment to stimulate the fat…
5 Sep
Agricultural pests are understood as a minimal group of individuals that feed on plants (phytophagous animals) and consequently reduce the quality and final production of the crop. Pests can also be understood as diseases that affect crops and are caused by fungi, bacteria and viruses; and invasive species, weeds, that compete directly with the cultivar with which they coexist. In…
2 Aug
Efficient communication between cells, tissues and organs maintains the form and functions of an organism such as regulation and coordination of metabolism, growth and morphogenesis. These activities often depend on signals from one part of higher plants to another. However, it is hormones that mediate communication between cells. At very low concentrations, these molecules have important effects on plant development.…
11 Jul
The concept of biostimulant has been used for years as a fertilizer that could improve the plant’s combination of the nutrients it contains. What is a biostimulant? According to the new European regulation, the definition of biostimulant now refers to: “A plant biostimulant is any substance or microorganism applied to plants, seeds and roots with the aim to enhance nutrition…
30 May
ACTICUPER achieves DEMETER certification ACTICUPER has obtained the DEMETER certification. ACTICUPER is a systemic and translaminar biostimulant, indicated to improve the resistance of plants to climatic stress, improving the autoimmune capacity and the generation of new plant tissues that prevent the development of oxidative pathologies. It has achieved DEMETER certification because it is a product designed in accordance with the…
10 May
SOIL is an improver for agricultural soils subjected to high productive stress. As an allelopathic biostimulant, it is indicated for application to the soil to achieve a perfect physical, chemical and biological balance in accordance with the ideal requirements for the best development and maximum productive capacity of the implanted crop. This product is composed of seaweed extract, a variety…
25 Mar
Frequent periods of rain and high humidity favour the dispersal of spores which spread through the air or by splashing and cause rotting and stains such as alternaria alternata. During the flowering period, its incidence will cause the appearance of the disease and, in turn, the death of the peduncles, flowers and unripe fruit. This has a negative effect on…