1Biological complexity

Plant diseases are caused by pathogens capable of disturbing the life balance of crops. They usually occur at the expense of crop quality and quantity.

Currently, most biological preparations based on microorganisms (bacteria and fungi) are applied in soil, which is an environment where a very high complexity of interactions takes place. Soil contains a large variability of abiotic factors (i.e. humidity, temperature, reaction), which significantly affect plant development, and thus influence the effectiveness of organisms introduced into the soil as well. Therefore, we want to create a foliar biopreparation and directly protect the plant exposed to pathogens or various deficiencies.

Properly selected bacterial strains can stimulate the plant, actively support growth and development processes, and thus increase plant yield.