The Dutch agricultural sector is always looking for ways to improve the growth and health of crops. An important part of this quest is the application of biostimulants. In this article we will discuss the most important trends and developments in the field of biostimulants in the Dutch agricultural sector.
What Are Biostimulants?
Biostimulants are substances or micro-organisms that improve the growth and health of crops by stimulating the natural processes in the plant. This can be done by improving the absorption of nutrients, increased resistance to stress and disease, or by promoting root growth.
In recent years, the popularity of biostimulants in the Dutch agricultural sector has increased significantly. This is because the demand for food is increasing worldwide. As a result, farmers are looking for ways to improve their crops without relying on chemicals. Biostimulants therefore offer a natural and sustainable solution to these challenges.
Legislation on Biostimulants
In Europe, the legislation on biostimulants has changed in recent years. In 2017, a European regulation for these products came into effect that regulates their admission, sale and use. This means that only products that meet the strict requirements may be marketed.
Although the application of biostimulants in the Dutch agricultural sector is still in its infancy, the future prospects are very promising. The demand for these products is expected to increase sharply in the coming years, leading to new innovations and further development of the sector.
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Biostimulants offer a natural and sustainable solution to the challenges faced by farmers in the Dutch agricultural sector. With the increasing popularity and changing legislation, there are also many opportunities for the further development of this sector.
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