Upcoming events

25-27 March
InfoAg International conference & Exhibition
Dublin (IR)

14-16 April
Crop Innovation & Business
Amsterdam (NL)

1-2 May
2nd US Biostimulants meeting 
St Louis (USA)

8-10 May 
Rimini (IT)

21-22 May
Plant Genomics and Gene Editing Congress
Rotterdam (NL)

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When is the best time to apply plant growth regulators? What are the side effects of herbicides on crops? Are biostimulants and other additives really effective? Our testing method offers a powerful tool for researching the efficacy, dosage and application timing of these and other agents. NSure develops tailor-made tests for this purpose. Please contact us for more information.

Genes are the first to respond
The effects of growth regulators, pesticides and biostimulants are not always immediately visible, and often depend on the dosage and time of application. But one thing is certain: each effect begins with a molecular response, i.e. with changes in the activity of relevant genes. Our innovative testing method enables objective and efficient measurement of these effects. We have already developed tests for research on biostimulants and fruit ripening agents. 

Effect of ethylene blockers
To better manage the harvesting of large fruit orchards, the ripening process can be slowed down with ethylene blockers. While it takes about one week for the effect of these agents to become visible on the outside of the fruit, the genes involved in the ripening process respond immediately after application. This is easy to measure with our testing method. This way, our method provides a powerful tool to assess the efficacy, optimal dosage and application timing of ethylene blockers and other agents. Which agent do you want to test?