6 Key Actions
OMRI & FIBL LISTED
OMRI & FIBL LISTED
BENEFITS FOR PLANTS
PHYTOCHEMICALS, POLYPHENOLS, FLAVONOIDS
Phytosterols regulate membrane fluidity, permeability, and modulate the ctivity of membrane-bound enzymes. Linked to plant adaptation to temperature variabilities and immunity against pathogens.
Hormones regulate cellular processes and differentiation, regulating the formation of the roots, stems, leaves, and flowers, and the ripening of fruit.
Fatty acids provide structural integrity and energy for metabolic process and function as signal transduction mediators.
Polyphenols defend against ultraviolet radiation, and aggression by pathogens. They contribute to oxidative stability, improve taste, color, flavor, the odor of the plant, and its resulting yield.
Keytones protect plants from abiotic and biotic stresses, provide antioxidant capabilities and contribute to the synthesis of aromatic and physiologically important compounds.
Flavones are antioxidants that provide oxidative protection in plants.
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