Often composed of algae, plant extracts or even micronutrients, biostimulants bring many benefits to crops. Biostimulants are used directly in the soil, improving its structure and meeting plant nutrient requirements. Biostimulants also have a direct effect on crop metabolism, providing plants with the defenses they need to thrive, notably by combating various external aggressions. Biostimulation offers a number of advantages.

The benefits of biostimulants

  • Resistance to abiotic stress – this is generated by an imbalance of nutrients in the soil caused by climate change. Every year, hail, rain or drought are responsible for significant yield losses that can be avoided.
  • Stimulation of the immune system – adding the nutrients required for crop development to the soil will increase the crop’s resistance to pests and disease.
  • Enhanced plant assimilation – biostimulants increase the assimilation of nutrients by plants.
  • Better-quality crops – using this type of product increase soil quality and fertility, favouring the growth of micro-organisms that will result in better water retention. Biostimulants also have the ability to increase crop sugar levels, which will improve crop quality and yield.

Biostimulation: Supply of plant substances

Compatible with organic farming and with its direct action on plant metabolism, biostimulation is an innovative alternative to conventional phytosanitary products. To support players in the agricultural sector, Groupe Berkem offers a traceable, top-quality plant-based substances supply service. They can enter directly into biostimulant formulations and benefit from controlled, transparent sourcing.

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