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The rhizosphere, the zone of soil immediately around a plant root, is home to a complex system of interactions. The gateway from the plant root to the rest of the surrounding soil, a variety of compounds are exuded into the rhizosphere for a wide range of reasons.These exudates can provide an energy source to [...]
Keeping plants free from damage and healthy is always the aim. Yet with more volatile weather, less conventional crop protection products in our armoury and a welcome shift of focus to the health of our soils and the environment, it’s now more important than ever to understand the behaviours of the plant. Helping [...]
HELM AG and Unium Bioscience Ltd announce to enter into a strategic partnership. The new relationship between Unium and HELM will allow HELM to access alternative crop production products in selected regions underlining both companies’ commitments towards sustainable agriculture by supplying innovative solutions answering grower needs to the market. Howden, UK and Hamburg, Germany (May [...]
Good crop agronomy is very much a balancing act; adding a little bit of this, and a little bit of that – with a whole lot of hoping the weather holds out – in a bid to bring prosperous crops through to harvest. Phosphorous is an essential part of the equation for all [...]
As harvest continues, albeit later than normal and in its usual stop start fashion, we would like to report on our first trial which we have carefully followed throughout the year. Many pictures have been taken showing the improved establishment during the autumn and early spring, with matching biomass figures, but this is [...]