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Abiotic stress

Non-living, environmental factors lead to plant disorders and significant yield reductions. Abiotic or environmental stress can be caused by several factors such as drought, temperature changes, mineral deficiencies, salt stress and water stress. Are you ready to keep the stress away!

What damage can abiotic stress cause?

  • Blossom end rot due to a calcium deficiency
  • Fruit cracking due to water stress
  • Tip burn due to salt stress
  • Other symptoms can occur depending on the stress factors

How to minimize effects of abiotic stress?

To protect your plants from abiotic stress, you can rely on the osmoregulator Bluestim®.

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