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Cynosa - silicon and abiotic stress

Can silicon reduce the effects of abiotic stress in plants?

We recently launched our new silicon based biostimulant, Cynosa. As part of the research and development of this product we delved into the details of the actual effects of silicon on arable crops, horticultural plants and sports turf.

Microdochium nivale

Microdochium in Turfgrass

We've been seeing increased levels of Microdochium in turfgrass in England recently and following this weekend's snow, more could become evident.

Cynosa Liquid Biostimulant

Cynosa – our new, innovative silicon based liquid biostimulant is launched

Cynosa has been developed to enable growers to reduce or eliminate the use of fungicides. Our latest research led us to create...

Dr Colin Fleming

New CSO Appointment

Dr. Colin Fleming appointed as Chief Scientific Officer

As the role of biostimulants becomes more and more critical within amenities, agriculture and horticulture so does the need for...

Fruit Focus 2019

Held at a mid-point in the British season, Fruit Focus is a good opportunity to catch up with contacts across the fruit and viticulture industries.

The Biopesticide Summit 2019

The Biopesticide Summit 2019 is 2-3rd July at Swansea University

Chafer Grub & Leatherjacket Summit

Chafer Grubs and Leatherjackets pose the number one threat to the Turf industry.

2019 Global Berry Congress

Our team will be at this year’s Global Berry Congress in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Book now!

New seminar for BTME 2019, book now!

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