In the present work, data obtained in several trials performed over three years of experimentation, in which extracts and hydrolysates obtained from the same Arthrospira sp. and Nostoc sp. biomasses were applied on different plant species, are examined to detect differences in plant responses to treatments.

Comparison of the effects of Arthrospira and Nostoc-based formulations as biostimulants for different plant species / Gaia Santini, Natascia Biondi, Giacomo Sampietro, Folco Tredici, Filippo Bacci, Mario Tredici, Liliana Rodolfi. - ELETTRONICO. - (2022), pp. 0-0. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Convegno AISAM 2022 Prof. Mario Tredici tenutosi a Napoli nel 16-18/10/2022.

Comparison of the effects of Arthrospira and Nostoc-based formulations as biostimulants for different plant species

Gaia Santini;Natascia Biondi;Giacomo Sampietro;Mario Tredici;Liliana Rodolfi
2022

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In the present work, data obtained in several trials performed over three years of experimentation, in which extracts and hydrolysates obtained from the same Arthrospira sp. and Nostoc sp. biomasses were applied on different plant species, are examined to detect differences in plant responses to treatments.
Convegno AISAM 2022 Prof. Mario Tredici
Convegno AISAM 2022 Prof. Mario Tredici
Napoli
16-18/10/2022
Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production
Gaia Santini, Natascia Biondi, Giacomo Sampietro, Folco Tredici, Filippo Bacci, Mario Tredici, Liliana Rodolfi
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