There are many different types of biostimulants, each one designed to serve one or more specific purposes. But what is a biostimulant? A biostimulant is any substance or organism that, when applied to a crop, enhances the efficiency of nutrient uptake, increases nutrient use efficiency, improves stress tolerance, promotes plant stress inhibitors, boosts plant root growth, or improves plant quality traits.
ICL biostimulants are designed to stimulate and regulate these molecular, physiological, and biochemical processes. By inducing these physiological responses in the plant, crops can make more efficient use of the available nutrients while often increasing their tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses such as heat, drought, and salinity.
ICLs innovative biostimulants for crops include products designed for a wide range of crops where they can improve:
• Nutrient Use Efficiency
• Tolerance to stress
• Crop quality
• Availability of nutrients in the soil
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