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It is essential to start biostimulation in horticulturre from the moment of transplanting. The seedlings have to withstand and overcome great stress as a consequence of adapting to the new conditions in the growing medium, from the environmental, edaphic, nutritional and pest and disease pressure point of view. In addition, the interaction of micro-organisms with the root system will bring innumerable benefits


How to bioestimulate olive groves

There is an unquestionable need for a working strategy to help the crop overcome water and heat stress. To this end, the use of biostimulants in olive groves plays a fundamental role in many aspects: alleviating their effects on plantations, optimising development in each of the phenological stages of the crop, maintaining stable production over time and avoiding the crop’s alternate growth or reducing sawtooths, which are becoming increasingly marked, mainly due to the water and heat stress to which the crop is subjected.



The FAO has been warning for years that groundwater contamination is one of the most important problems in developed countries and that it can be seen more and more in developing countries. Chemical fertilizers have been used on a large scale without thinking about the consequences. Fertilizer contamination occurs when fertilizers are used in greater amounts than a crop can absorb or when they are removed by water or wind from the soil surface before they can be absorbed. The excesses are dragged by water courses or infiltrated through groundwater and this nutrient overload causes eutrophication, giving rise to a massive generation of algae that suppress other plants and consequently aquatic animals, causing a problem of incredible dimensions (a clear and current example of this is the problem of the “Mar Menor” in the Region of Murcia, south of Spain).


Soil salinity and its devastating consequences for crops

In addition, soils must be as productive as possible and must be cared for against problems such as erosion, pollution, salinity, etc.Soil salinity refers to the high concentration of salts in the soil and the origin of these can be naturally or due to incorrect agronomic management that increases the concentration of salts in agricultural production. The areas where the most saline conditions are usually present are arid areas, with irrigation and along the coast.