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Phytotoxicity: Definitions, Causes, Symptoms and Solutions

Phytotoxicity refers to the toxic effects of various chemical substances on plant health, growth, and development. In simple terms, it is damage to plants caused by exposure to toxic compounds and materials in their environment. Phytotoxicity can be induced by a wide range of natural and synthetic substances, both organic and inorganic. Some common causes

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Seaweed Fertilizers: Types, Functions, Formulations

Seaweed fertilizers are organic fertilizers made from seaweed, providing an array of macro and micronutrients that can benefit plants and soil. We shared a more detailed article about their features and principles, today let’s go deeper to talk about their components and formulations. Compared to traditional synthetic fertilizers that provide only NPK, seaweed fertilizers contain

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Glycine Betaine Used in Agriculture

Glycine betaine, a widely occurring compound in nature, boasts a spectrum of biological functions that are highly beneficial in the agricultural sector. Its applications span across several key areas, providing a multitude of advantages to crop cultivation and overall agricultural productivity. Enhancing Salt Tolerance in Crops Glycine betaine used in agriculture elevates a plant’s ability

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Enhance Plant Drought Tolerance By Glycine Betaine

Glycine betaine, a naturally occurring quaternary ammonium compound, plays a pivotal role in enhancing the drought tolerance of plants through a variety of mechanisms. Here’s a closer look at the key principles by which betaine operates to safeguard plants against the adverse effects of drought: 1. Osmotic Adjustment Glycine betaine serves as an osmotic regulator

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The Role of Glycine Betaine in Enhancing Salt Tolerance in Crops

Glycine betaine, a quaternary ammonium zwitterionic compound, plays a crucial role in various biological functions within plants, one of which is the enhancement of salt tolerance in crops. Do you know how betaine works to improve a plant’s ability to withstand saline conditions: 1. Osmotic Adjustment Under high salinity, water within plant cells is lost,

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Biostimulants: Features, Benefits and Applications

Biostimulants are substances applied to plants or soils to enhance crop vigor, yields, quality, and stress tolerance. Unlike fertilizers that provide essential nutrients, biostimulants work by stimulating natural processes and enhancing nutrient uptake and use efficiency. Biostimulants can be derived from various organic materials including seaweed extracts, plant extracts, microbial inoculants, humic and fulvic acids,

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Tips for Using Liquid Fertilizers on Plants

Liquid fertilizer is a concentrated nutrient solution that is diluted with water before being applied directly to plants. Compared to traditional granular fertilizers, liquid fertilizers offer some key benefits: Higher nutrient absorption – Since liquid fertilizers are immediately available to plant roots, they are absorbed more efficiently than slower-release granular options. This leads to faster

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How to Fertilize Cucumber Plants

Cucumbers are rich in nutrients and vitamins. They can be consumed in their raw form or cooked and are beneficial for weight loss. They are extensively grown throughout China due to their rapid growth, high yield, and preference for fertile soil. However, their shallow root system makes them susceptible to poor fertility absorption, underscoring the

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Can You Grow Plants Without Fertilizers?

Farming without chemical fertilizers is possible. You can also avoid using pesticides, herbicides, and even irrigation if you’re aiming for what is often referred to as “green farming.”  All of these are achievable, but the real question is whether you are prepared for the potential consequences. Given the current soil quality and the typical temperature

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10 Best Seaweed Fertilizer Manufacturers and Suppliers You Can Trust

As the demand for sustainable and eco-friendly farming practices grows, the use of seaweed fertilizers has become increasingly popular among gardeners and farmers alike. Seaweed fertilizers offer a host of benefits including improved plant growth, enhanced soil health, and increased resistance to pests and diseases. However, seaweed fertilizers, whether liquid seaweed fertilizers or powder seaweed

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A Complete Guide of Seaweed Fertilizer for Plants

Choosing the right fertilizer for your garden is no small potatoes—it can make or break your plant’s growth. In the vast sea of options, seaweed fertilizer emerges as a natural and highly effective choice. This organic elixir is not just another drop in the ocean of gardening products; it’s packed with benefits that might just

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Which Concentration of Ethanol is the Most Effective Bactericide?

Ethanol, commonly known as alcohol, is widely used for its disinfecting properties. In everyday terms, it’s the active ingredient in many hand sanitizers and cleaning solutions. Ethanol works by denaturing proteins and dissolving lipids, effectively destroying the cell walls of bacteria and other microorganisms, leading to their death. Optimal Concentration for Maximum Efficacy When it

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How COS (Chitosan Oligosaccharide) Helps With Strawberries Preservation

Strawberries are widely known for their rapid spoilage and deterioration. To address this, significant research has focused on various preservation methods, including quick-freezing, refrigeration, ambient storage, heat treatment, modified atmosphere packaging, radiation treatment, and coating technologies. However, many of these methods are either too costly or too complex for ordinary farmers to adopt. In response

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Chitosan Oligosaccharide vs Chitosan in Plant Growth

Chitosan Oligosaccharide and Chitosa are two contenders that often come head-to-head, stirring up discussions among health enthusiasts, agriculturists, and scientists alike. They are also naturally derived compounds that can promote plant growth. But what sets them apart, and how do they compare? Let’s dive into the world of these fascinating biopolymers to uncover their differences,

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Chitosan Oligosaccharide: Features, Applications, and Prices

Chitosan oligosaccharide (COS) is a derivative of chitosan, which is itself derived from chitin, a naturally occurring polysaccharide found in the shells of crustaceans like shrimp, crabs, and lobsters, as well as in the cell walls of fungi. It’s created by breaking down chitosan into smaller molecules through enzymatic or chemical processes. Today COS is

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What Is Cold Stress And How To Overcome It?

What Is Cold Stress? Cold stress is one of the main environmental factors affecting plant growth, development, yield and quality. Under cold stress, photosynthesis of plants is inhibited, photorespiration and electron transfer are blocked, and excess O2 forms reactive oxygen species (ROS) such as superoxide anions, hydrogen peroxide, and hydroxyl radicals. However, a large amount

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How To Get The Optimal Plant Growth

Plants are complex organisms that rely on a delicate balance of hormones, nutrients, and microbial interactions to thrive in diverse environments. The interplay between these components is critical for plant development, survival, and ultimately, the productivity of crops. Let’s explore how the master regulators, auxin and cytokinins, manage the shoot-to-root growth ratio and how plants

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Composting Technology for Agricultural Waste

Improper disposal of agricultural waste can cause serious environmental pollution. Composting technology can use microbial fermentation to convert agricultural waste into organic fertilizer, which not only alleviates environmental pollution but also turns waste into treasure. Table of Contents What’s Composting Technology With the rapid development of planting, animal husbandry and agricultural product processing industries, agricultural

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Biochar-Vermicompost-Humic Acid Soil Conditioner Program

Biochar, vermicompost, and humic acid are soil improvement materials with high economy, simple production, and environmental friendliness that have attracted attention in recent years. Biochar has porous characteristics and a large specific surface area, which is conducive to soil water accumulation, porosity, and bulk density, thereby providing a good environment for plant growth, which has

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Seaweed Fertilizer Development History and Market

Table of Contents What’s Seaweed Fertilizer? Seaweed fertilizer is a marine biological product prepared by processing seaweed through the application of chemical, physical, biological, and other technologies. It contains plant hormones, alginate, fucoidan, brown algae polyphenols, and amino acids unique to seaweed organisms, iodine, mannitol, minerals, and other seaweed active substances. While providing nutrients for

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Effect of Dora’s Watermelon Customization Plan on Fruit Quality

1. Purpose In order to explore the stimulating effect of Dora melon customization scheme on the improvement of watermelon quality, yield and sweetness. 2. Materials and Methods The watermelon selected for the test was “Jinmeidu” watermelon, and the biological fertilizers used in the test were Dora Fresoil, Dora Rootguard, Potassium Dihydrogen Phosphate, Dora Kelpreal, and

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Application of Potassium Fulvic Acid and Fish Protein on Tomatoes

In recent years, many biostimulants for promoting crop growth, improving quality and yield have been released, such as humic acid, amino acid, alginic acid, chitosan oligosaccharide, fish protein, and so on. Fulvic acid is a component of humic acid with a smaller molecular weight, better activity, and easier absorption by crops. It has the functions

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Dora Arouse Helps Reducing Fertilizer Inputs by 30%

1. Purpose Study the effect of Dora Arouse fertilizer synergy on corn yield by using the method of soil seedling irrigation and root irrigation. Product details of Dora Arouse 2. Materials & Methods 2.1.Materials The corn variety tested was ‘Yulongnuo 1612’, and the biostimulant was Dora Arouse. Provided by Suzhou Dora Agritech Co.,Ltd. Seedling substrates,

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Compatibility of Dora VincX and Pesticides

High concentrations of chitosan oligosaccharides have the properties of degrading pesticide residues, flocculating metal ions ( high concentrations of chitooligosaccharides encapsulate metal ions to aggregate and precipitate ), and destroying the emulsification state of some pesticides. Therefore, it is not recommended that high-concentration chitooligosaccharides be directly mixed with metal-containing pesticides ( or pesticide emulsifiable concentrate

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The Functions of Magnesium(Mg) in Plants

Physiological Effects of Magnesium Magnesium is mainly used as the core atom of the chlorophyll molecule in green leaves. Before the formation of prochlorophyll, the synthesis of chlorophyll and heme share a common pathway. The first step in chlorophyll biosynthesis is carried out under the action of magnesium chelatase. This magnesium activation also requires ATP.

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The Functions of Calcium in Plants

Although calcium is abundant in the soil, there is not much calcium that can be absorbed and utilized by plants. This is mainly because the calcium that can be absorbed and utilized by plants depends on below two factors: One depends on the absorption of plant roots. Plants can only absorb calcium from young root

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Synergistic Effect of Alginate Oligosaccharides on Traditional Fertilizers

Experimental Purpose: In order to test the effect of different concentrations of dora alginate oligosaccharide on fertilizer synergy on corn growth. Through soil seedling cultivation trials, to study the effect of concentration variation on the growth of maize seedlings in terms of plant height, root length, and fresh weight dry weight. The experiment was carried

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Effect of Paclobutrazol In Agriculture

Paclobutrazol is a triazole plant growth regulator, which is mainly used to inhibit the biosynthesis of gibberellin in plants, slow down the plant growth rate, control the elongation of crop stems

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Regulation of γ-aminobutyric Acid on Plant Growth Under Environmental Stress

γ-aminobutyric acid (γ-aminobutyric acid, GABA) is a signal substance widely used in regulating plant stress adaptation in recent years. This study analyzes the physiological mechanism of GABA production under environmental stress, and how GABA regulates plant seed germination, seedling morphological development, plant antioxidant activity, photosynthesis, and nitrogen metabolism under environmental stress. 1. Effects of GABA

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Protective Effect of Aminobutyric Acid on Maize Seedlings Under Drought Stress

Under drought stress, exogenous application of GABA can significantly increase the activities of SOD, POD, and CAT in maize leaves, and reduce the accumulation of MDA, thereby alleviating the damage to the cell membrane caused by drought stress and reducing the relative conductivity of leaves. In addition, the increase of the content of osmotic adjustment

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Chitosan Oligosaccharide Effect on Melon Seedling

Chitosan oligosaccharide can significantly improve the low-temperature tolerance of melon seedlings. The optimal concentration of seed soaking is 75ppm, the concentration of leaf spray is 50ppm, and the concentration of root irrigation is 100ppm.

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Use of Humic Acid Fertilizer in Sugarcane Yields and Quality

Dora agri used humic acid fertilizer for sugarcane, to study its effects on sugarcane yield, quality, and soil properties. The results showed that humic acid fertilizer could significantly improve soil properties. With the increase of humic acid application rate, soil pH increased, soil bulk density decreased, soil water content increased, and soil alkaline hydrolyzable nitrogen

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Effects of Humic Acid For Hydroponics Lettuce

Through dora agri’s nutrient solution hydroponic experiment, we research the effect of different humic acid concentration on the yield and nutrient utilization of hydroponic lettuce. The result shows: within the range of 0-1.41 mg/g humic acid concentration, with the increase of humic acid concentration, the fresh and dry weight of lettuce above ground and below

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Fish Emulsion Fertilizer Use & Application in Agriculture

Fish Emulsion fertilizer use as natural organic fertilizer. This product contains high organic nitrogen content. Usually, it’s an excellent soil conditioner and natural growth-promoting agent. Below are the benefits & application of Fish Emulsion fertilizer in agriculture. Benefits of Fish Emulsion Fertilizer Improve Soil Fertility and Structure After fish emulsion fertilizer is applied into the soil,

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Beauveria Bassiana y Metarhizium Anisopliae

We always glance at the microbial products beauveria bassiana, metarhizium anisopliae on the website, They are being used as a biological insecticide to control a number of pests such as termites, thrips, whiteflies, aphids, and different beetles.

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Biological Insecticide Beauveria Bassiana For Bed Bugs

Have you used bio insecticide beauveria bassiana for bed bugs? Beauveria bassiana is a fungus that grows in the soil around the world. It belongs to insect pathogen fungi. It is used as a biopesticide to control many pests, especially bed bugs, termites, thrips, whiteflies, aphids, and different beetles.

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Advantages of Potassium Fulvic Acid in Agriculture

Potassium fulvic acid is a short carbon chain molecule extracted from humic acid. Fulvic acid is similar to humic acid, the differences are carbon and oxygen content, acidity, polymerization, molecular weight, and color.

It has a high load capacity and physiological activity. It chelates dozens of minerals and transforms them into a form that plants can absorb.

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Functions of Biofertilizer Bacillus Mucilaginosus

Biofertilizer bacillus mucilaginosus shows the high potential to be used as a fertilizer due to its multiple functions for crops. It can be used as a crop to produce food and other plant-based products. Biofertilizer bacillus mucilaginosus also can promote plant growth by dissolving phosphorus and potassium, which are a large number of nutrients needed

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Most Common Pesticides to Control Locust

Locusts (Grasshopper) belong to the order Orthoptera, and locusts will cause different degrees of damages to agriculture, forestry, and animal husbandry. Once disasters happen, grain particles will be lost, and large number of economic losses will occur. The most commonly used control for locusts is chemical pesticides. The worst locust plague in 20 years is affecting

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Principle and Application of Straw Decomposing Agent

Straw Decomposing Agent can speed up the maturation of the straw and has a significant promotion effect on the improvement of organic matter. This article reviews the principle and application of straw decomposing agents, hoping to provide some reference for promoting the application of the straw decomposing agent.

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Organic Fertilizer | Definition,Types, Benefits

As the level of sustainable agriculture is an important global issue. Organic fertilizers get more and more attentions.
What is organic fertilizer? After reading, you will know definition, types and pros &cons of organic fertilizer.

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How To Promote Root Growth

What promotes root growth and How to promote? Apply Essential Nutrients, Use root stimulant hormones, microbial biofertilizers, and scientific management.

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What’s Soil Salinization

What’s Soil Salinization? Soil salinization is one of the most vital soil problems for agricultural production. After reading, you will know how what cause Soil Salinization and how to prevent.

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Humic Acid Benefits for Plant and Soil

Humic acid is a mixture of natural organic macromolecular matters, it had good effect on improving soil condition, increasing plant resistance ability to stress and cell wall permeability.

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New Chance Nematicides Market

Nematicides helps in securing crops from nematodes as well as various other soil-dwelling pests. Keep reading, you will know the new chance for nematicide market

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