Archive for October, 2013

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  • Threats From Nature – Plant Toxins

    In 1940s, there was a crisis of sheep husbandry in Western Australia, a large number of healthy sheep infertility or childbirth. Everyone was puzzled, until a wise agricultural expert found the culprit of the incident - European alfalfa. This alfalfa can produce a powerful phytoestrogen called thorn formononetin, which is a natural defense against herbivores mechanism. There is no doubt that to the alfalfa, the sheep is a spoiler! After get used to the wet ...

    Posted at October 17, 2013 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on Threats From Nature – Plant Toxins
  • Application of plant growth hormones in fresh cut flowers

    Preservative solution of fresh cut flowers is not only made up of water, sugar, fungicides, ethylene inhibitor or antagonist, inorganic salts, but also needs to add some plant growth hormone which can effectively delay senescence and improve the quality of cut flowers. Commonly used in the cut flower preservative of plant growth hormones have five classes.   a. Cytokinin Commonly used cytokinin are kinetin, isopentenyl adenosine(iPA) and so on, and the application can be sprayed or dipping ...

    Posted at October 8, 2013 | By : | Categories : Company News | Comments Off on Application of plant growth hormones in fresh cut flowers
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