Author: Lisa Pokorny

How Our Seaweed-Based Products Can Help Reduce Fertilizer Leaching

by Lisa Pokorny on April 1, 2020 in General News

 

  Synthetic fertilizers used in conventional farming practices come with a financial and environmental toll. These man-made fertilizers saturate the soil with macronutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, etc.), but disrupt the organic systems that recycle these nutrients. In some cases, they may reduce the levels of beneficial microorganisms that convert atmospheric nitrogen into forms that plants […]

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Fruit Logistica 2020 – Acadian Plant Health™

by Lisa Pokorny on January 15, 2020 in Events, Uncategorized

 

January 13, 2020. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Acadian Plant Health™ (APH™) will attend the Fruit Logistica trade show in Berlin, Germany in partnership with Van Iperen International. This is the 8th consecutive year that Acadian Plant Health™ will attend the show. This year’s event runs from February 5 to 7 at the Messe Berlin GmbH exhibition grounds in Berlin, […]

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3 Ways Acadian Plant Health Helps Bring About Adequate Biostimulant Regulation

by Lisa Pokorny on January 14, 2020 in General News, Uncategorized

 

  Regulations mostly come from good intentions. Officials within the government, often at the prompting of concerned citizens or industry members, establish rules to prevent negative outcomes. Yet when those concerns aren’t guided by research or facts, regulations can do more harm than good. As countries around the world evaluate their stance on biostimulants, it’s […]

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Five Takeaways from the Biostimulant World Congress

by Lisa Pokorny on December 23, 2019 in Events

 

1. Interest in biostimulants continues to grow No surprises here! We have been talking about the benefits of our biostimulants for more than 35 years. As growers continue to seek out more natural inputs, demand continues to increase around the globe. 2. The EU is leading the way in terms of updating definitions and regulations […]

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How Our Sustainable Harvesting Contributes to Future Sustainable Harvests

by Lisa Pokorny on November 26, 2019 in Product News

 

Agriculture is a temperamental living. If sunlight, water or essential nutrients are in short supply, crops suffer and are not able to perform to their full potential. With changes in annual rainfall and average temperatures worldwide, growers are more reliant on agricultural inputs for their crop success. Yet the availability of some biostimulant products can […]

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