Explore our solutions for stimulating your crops to be more vigourous and more resistant


Subject to multiple constraints, plant structures are complex mechanisms that must be fully understood in order to promote their growth and boost their resistance. Plants can be broken down into two major sections. The first is the root section, which plays an essential role in the absorption of mineral nutrients.

Above the ground, the role of the shoot system is to assimilate carbon dioxide and energy from the sun. Together, all these components enable the process of photosynthesis to work.

Photosynthesis is the process used by plants to convert the sun’s energy into chemical energy, and enhances the value of mineral nutrients by producing the sugars and proteins essential for healthy plant development.

These conversion mechanisms are complex and their effective functioning is governed by many parameters and constraints.

Plants are subject to stresses of varying intensity and impacts on a daily basis. Whether biotic (fungi, viruses, pests, etc.) or abiotic (thermal, mechanical, light or other stresses), they quickly influence healthy crop development. This is particularly true where the range of solutions available for limiting the impact of these stresses is more restricted, as is the case with in organic agriculture.

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Working on the healthy development of plant shoots and optimising their mechanisms allow the crop to make more effective use of the available nutrient elements and compete more effectively against weeds, with the ultimate aim of achieving a higher yield in terms of quality and quantity.

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