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The latest news on advances in crop care, crop protection, crop science and agricultural products.
Acadian Plant Health becomes one of the first biostimulant companies to be approved under the new European Union Product Regulation as part of new Green Deal
Meeting the EU’s strict requirements for sustainable and efficient crop care solutions, Acadian Plant Health represents the changing face of agricultural practices MM/DD, 2022. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia – Acadian Plant Health™ (APH), a leading provider of innovative, sustainable crop care solutions, is pleased to announce their official status as one of the first biostimulant companies […]
Climate change and heat stress on crops poses a serious threat to agriculture. Can seaweed extracts help?
Climate change and rising temperatures with associated consequences pose a serious threat to natural systems and socioeconomic well-being. The agricultural sector, in particular, is very sensitive to climate change. Even a small increase of 1° to 2°C can have significant negative effects on crop yields. Global economic losses in the production of three major crops […]
UC Kearney Agricultural Research and Extension Center almond water stress trial shows Acadian Organic® beneficial for water use efficiency, representing a significant boost for growers in the west coast region July 7, 2022. Dartmouth, N.S. – Today, Acadian Plant Health™ (APH) announced the first results of its California almond water use study, which offers promising […]
Seaweed extract wins in biologicals/biostimulants category for connection to soil health TORONTO — June 23, 2022 — Acadian Plant Health™, a leading provider of innovative, sustainable crop care solutions, today announced its seaweed extract has won a spot on Germination’s list of Top 10 Most Innovative Products in the biologicals/biostimulants category. This win follows recent […]
Seaweed 2.0 – a novel approach to innovative Agri-solutions aimed at sustainable agriculture systems
The use of seaweeds in agriculture dates back thousands of years. During the ancient roman times, plant seedlings were mulched with seaweed to promote their growth. In the coastal area of Europe, farmers incorporated seaweeds in the soil or used it as a compost. Starting from 1948, 18 countries had developed their seaweed resources for […]