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Plant strengtheners

Term for substances that increase or increase the resistance of plants to harmful organisms. However, they must not have a direct effect on harmful organisms or pathogens, since they are otherwise known as Pesticides would be subject to much more stringent regulations. According to their effect, there are inorganic (for example, cell wall-strengthening rock powder and water glass or carbonates such as potash or chalk), organic (for example, dried plants, plant extracts, vegetable oils, whey, protein, Propolis and plant hormones like auxins and gibberellins ), homeopathic (organic and inorganic substances in the smallest quantities) as well as those on a microbial basis (for example mushrooms and microorganisms ). Such funds are available under the Biological crop protection and Integrated crop protection used, which in turn is part of the biological as well as the special forms biodynamic and Bioenergetic viticulture are.

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