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Organically certified Microbial digested blend of selected marine crustaceans fortified with fulvic acid
Organic microbially active fertiliser, packed with vital amino acids and growth hormones
Organically certified digested kelp with plant beneficial microbes.
Organically certified sticker/spreader
A microbial digested blend of amino acids and kelp with macro and micro nutrients
A microbial digested blend of amino acids, kelp and macro/micro nutrients.
Microbially digested kelp fortified with plant beneficial microbes
Microbially Actve Foliar Fertliser. Packed with Vital Amino acids. Balanced with trace elements and micro nutrients
Soft Rock Phosphate is a clay material, which increases the cation exchange capacity of the soil which allows the soil to hold more positively charged nutrients such as; calcium, potassium, magnesium and trace elements.
Microbially active foliar fertiliser fortified with macro and micronutrients.
Unique liquid that blends and digests phosphorous acid and calcium carbonates together
Provides plants with a quick response to Potassium deficiency.
Drought is a devastating natural hazard. Due to the negative effects of the climatic change, the percentage of the planet affected by drought has more than doubled in the last 40 years (FAO).
Botany Department, Faculty of Science, Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt
Plant hormones, Plant growth stimulation, Bio‐stimulants, Plant metabolites, Morphogenesis
Zvi Peleg and Eduardo Blumwald
D. Panda, K. Pramanik and B. R. Nayak
Rahul Kumar, Ashima Khurana and Arun K. Sharma1
Noushina Iqbal, Nafees A. Khan, Antonio Ferrante, Alice Trivellini, Alessandra Francini and M. I. R. Khan
Kwang Hoe Lee and Thomas A. LaRue / Department of Soils, Crops and Atmospheric Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (K.H.L.); and Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, Ithaca, New York 14853-1801 (T.A.L.)
The gaseous hormone ethylene has multiple roles in plant development and responses to external cues
Lennart Eliasson*, Gertrud Bertell, and Eva Bolander from Department of Botany, University of Stockholm, S-106 91 Stockholm, Sweden
An increasing number of transcriptome studies in plants exposed to biotic or abiotic stress highlight a role for ethylene under a broad range of stresses
CRISTIANA T. ARGUESO*, FERNANDO J. FERREIRA* & JOSEPH J. KIEBER / University of North Carolina, Biology Department, CB# 3280, Chapel Hill, NC 27599, USA
Tony Arioli [1,2] & Scott W. Mattner [3,4] & Pia C. Winberg 
Łukasz TUHY, Jolanta CHOWAŃSKA, Katarzyna CHOJNACKA – Institute of Inorganic Technology and Mineral Fertilisers, Faculty of Chemistry, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland