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Influence of seed treatment soybean by biologically active substances on vigor and germination in 2nd generation of seed.

The experiments showed that the application of these substances had a positive impact not only on laboratory germination of seeds produced, but its vigor (measured laboratory germination after accelerated aging test) and the thousand seed weigh. In three-years experiments soya seeds were treated with biologically active substances before the establishment of seed crops:

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An Effective Way of Wheat Seed Treatment

For the purpose of a more objective assessment of the positive effects of seed treatment with biologically active substances, we chose winter wheat as a trial crop, as it is characterized by high autoregulatory and compensating capabilities in contrast to soya

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Use of biologically active substances in hops 2014-2017

In four-year experiments, hop was treated with 7 biologically active substances in two terms during vegetation: Lignohumate max (a mixture of humic acids and fulvic acids), Lexin (a mixture of humic acids and fulvic acids enriched with auxins), Lexenzym (a mixture of humic acids and fulvic acids enriched with auxins, phytohormones and enzymes precursors), Ascophyllum nodosum seaweed extract, synthetic auxin, humic acids and fulvic acids alone. The chlorophyll content was monitored after the application both in the vine leaves and in the branch leaves. After harvesting of the hops from the individual treatments, the yield of dry hops was determined and the cones were analysed for the content of alpha bitter acids. The results show that the most effective hop treatment was the application of Lexin and Lexenzym. The Lexenzym treatment provided a yield of dry hops of 1.86 t/ha, i.e. 0.47 t/ha higher compared with untreated control. The Lexin treatment provided yield higher by 0.41 t/ha of dry hops compared with the untreated control, while the harvested cones contained the most alpha-bitter acids (4.57%).

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Soybeans Complex Laboratory Testing of Emergence, Growth and Formation of Genuine Leaves

The aim of the experiment was to monitor not only emergence, but many other parameters, concerning early growth phases of soya. For our experiment we used one year stored seeds of category C1 (cultivar Merlin), which was not inoculated. Older seeds was used on purpose for better evaluation of influence of the used substances. Thousand seeds weight was 152,9g. In the experiment we tested three biologically active substances: 24-epibrassinolid (24-epi), Lexin and Lignohumate B. 24-epi was delivered in a liquid solution (originally dissolved and diluted for foliar application) by Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry,

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Versuchsergebnisse bei ausgewählten Stimulatoren im Hopfenbau

Dieser Beitrag befasst sich mit der Wirkung des Präparats Lexin (Auxine + Fulvin- und Huminsäuren), der Brassinosteroide und des Präparats Pentakeep (5- Aminolävulinsäure) auf den physiologischen Zustand und den Aufbau des Hopfenertrags in der ariden Region Nordwestböhmens. Die untersuchten Präparate wirkten sich positiv auf die Bildung von α-Bittersäuren in Hopfenzapfen aus. Die behandelten Pflanzen hielten ferner besser Dürren stand, indem sie eine bessere Verwertung von Licht und Bodenfeuchtigkeit aufwiesen. Des weiteren wiesen diese Pflanzen einen besseren physiologischen Allgemeinzustand und einen höheren Doldenertrag gegenüber unbehandelten Vergleichspflanzen (Kontrollprobe) auf.

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Results of the use of biologically active substances in hops production in 2017

A large part of the Czech Republic has faced an uneven distribution of rainfall during the growing season of most agricultural crops in recent years. The amount and distribution of precipitation is a significant problem in the Žatec region, where the most important part of hops production in the Czech Republic is concentrated. The Žatec area is situated in the rainfall zone of the Ore Mountains and the Doupov Hills. Hop plants have to cope with stress in the form of droughts during the growing season, even several times during the growing season and often for a long time. Due to the changing climate, hop plants often suffer not only from water deficiency in the soil but also severe temperature fluctuations. In 2017, for example, there were three heat waves with temperatures above 35°C which were repeated during the month of July. The lack of moisture can be compensated for by supplementary irrigation in the cultivation of hops, but in the Czech Republic irrigation is only used for about one fifth of hop gardens. One way to at least partially eliminate these stresses is to treat hop plants with suitable biologically active substances.

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The benefits of using biologically active substances in hops production 2016

One of the most important conditions for hops growing in the Czech Republic is the amount of precipitation and their distribution during the growing season. This fact is particularly important because a significant part of the hops area is concentrated in the Žatec area, which is located in the precipitation shadow of the Ore Mountains and Doupov Hills. The lack of water can be compensated by additional irrigation, but in the Czech Republic irrigation is only built on about one fifth of the hop gardens. Hop plants must cope with stress in the form of droughts during the growing season. Due to the changing climate, hop plants often suffer not only from water deficiency in the soil but also from markedly temperature fluctuations. One possibility to at least partially eliminate these stresses is to treat hop plants with suitable biologically active substances.

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Stimulation of hop growth with biologically active substances Overview

In the farming technology of agricultural and horticultural crops, the use of biologically active substances has become increasingly important. These include, for example, preparations containing phytohormones or phytohormones in a mixture with other substances favouring the metabolism of plants. The successful use of these substances is based on thorough and continuous monitoring of the state and development of stands, the identification of potential or already existing stresses, especially in relation to the critical stages of ontogenesis in the crops concerned, and their adequate, truly rational use. The aforementioned substances usually improve plant rooting and vitality, resistance to stress, the appearance of their harvested parts, intensify photosynthesis, and thus enable the increase of the quantity and often the quality of the production.

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Effects of biologically active substances used in soybean seed treatment on oil, protein and fibre content of harvested seeds in years 2012 - 2015

In 4-year trials, soybean seeds were treated with the following biologically active substances: Lignohumate B (a mixture of humic acids and fulvic acids); Lexin (a mixture of humic acids and fulvic acids enriched with auxins); brassinosteroid (a synthetic analogue of natural epibrassinolide 24) and so-called ‘Complex seed treatment’ (a mixture of a saturated solution of sucrose, Lexin, the fungicide Maxim XL 035 FS and an adjuvant on the basis of pinolene). After harvesting soybean seeds from the individual treatments, they were analysed for oil, protein and fibre contents. The results show that the most effective method was the ‘Complex seed treatment’ which, compared to the untreated variant, significantly increased not only the yield but also the oil content of the seeds.

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The influence of pre-sowing seed treatment by biologically active compounds on soybean seed quality and yield in years 2012 - 2015

The aim of the experiment was to improve seed quality of harvested soybean seed by pre-sowing seed treatment with biologically active compounds Lignohumate B (mixture of humic and fulvic acids), Lexin (mixture of humic and fulvic acids enriched by auxins), brassinosteroid (synthetic analogue of natural 24 epibrassinolide) and so-called complete seed treatment (mixture of saturated solution of sucrose, Lexin, Maxim XL 035 FS fungicide of Syngenta and adjuvant on the base of pinolene). Four-year experiments proved positive influence of all treatments to seed parameters (laboratory germination, seed vigour (AA test), field emergence and thousand seed weight).

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7 Year Field Trial of Soya Seed Treatment

This overview shows the results of a seven year on going field trial of soya beens in the location in Central Bohemia (CZ). The results show not only the yield of seed treated soya but also the supports parametrs like tuber bacteria activity, weight of root system, protein and oil content as well as germination. This article compares more seed treatment agents based on bilogically actve substances.

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Random sample control 2016 (Germany)

We carry out field trials with farmers over and over again to document the different weather and soil conditions for all kinds of crops and to offer you examples and references for our product Lexin. In the following experiment, a field in the district of Kösching in Bavaria was partially treated with Lexin and partly not. The farmer Mr. Nunner has a detailed analysis of the data for us and those are here for you to download. In short, the tables show that the use of Lexin resulted in higher qualitative and quantitative yields, as well as a healthier shaping of the beet body in general. For detailed questions about the field trial, we are at your disposal - contact.

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Verschiedene Aspekte der Behandlung von Sojasamen mit biologisch aktiven Substanzen

Diese Präsentation behandelt die Thematik von verschiedenen Beizmittel basierend auf biologischen aktiven Substanzen.

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Ergenisse der Ernprobung zukunftsträchitger Stimulatoren bei Sojabohne

Dieser Beitrag befasst sich mit der Wirkung von Brassinosteroiden und des Präparats Lexin (Auxine + Fulvin- und Huminsäuren) auf den physiologischen Zustand und den Aufbau des Ertrags der in der trockenen Region Mittelböhmens (Tschechische Republik) angebauten Sojabohne.

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Forest seed treatment with brassinosteroids to increase their germination under stress conditions

The effect of different concentrations of brassinosteroids (1:10, 1:100, 1:210) on the germination of sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus L.) and ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) seeds was investigated in stress conditions.

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Versuchsergebnisse bei ausgewählten Stimulatoren im Hopfenbau

Dieser Beitrag befasst sich mit der Wirkung des Präparats Lexin (Auxine + Fulvin- und Huminsäuren), der Brassinosteroide und des Präparats Pentakeep (5-Aminolävulinsäure) auf den physiologischen Zustand und den Aufbau des Hopfenertrages in der ariden Region Nordwestböhmens (Tschechische Republik)

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The possibilities of increasing the production abilities of soya vegetation by seed treatment with biologically active compounds

In three-years experiments soya seeds were treated with biologically active compounds: Lignohumate B (mixture of humic and fulvic acids), Lexin (mixture of humic and fulvic acids enriched by auxins), brassinosteroid (syntetic analogue of natural 24 epibrassinolide) and so-called complete seed treatment

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The influence of pre-sowing seed treatment by biologically active compounds on soybean seed quality and yield

e aim of the experiment was to improve seed quality of harvested soybean seed by pre-sowing seed treatment with biologically active compounds Lignohumate B (mixture of humic and fulvic acids), Lexin (mixture of humic and fulvic acids enriched by auxins), brassinosteroid (synthetic analogue of natural 24 epibrassinolide)

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Unterer Mühlberg Lexinversuch 2016

Wir führen immer wieder Feldversuche mit Landwirten durch um die unterschiedlichsten Wetter- und Bodenbedingungen für alle möglichen Kulturen zu dokumentieren und Ihnen Beispiele und Referenzen für unser Produkt Lexin bieten zu können.

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Use of Perspective Biologically Active Substances in Soya Seeds Chemical Treatment

Chemical treatment of seeds has been used for a long time as one of the plants protection methods against diseases and pests. It can also be used in application of biologically active substances, which stimulate initial growth phases of the plants.

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Benefits of Testing With Vitality Seed Soya Accelerated Aging Test

To create a quality crop soybeans is very important to deal with the vitality of seeds and methods of testing before sowing. One method of testing the vitality of seeds (for Soya most widely used) is accelerated aging test (AA test) associated with laboratory germination test.

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Prospective Growth Stimulators in Soybean

We investigated effect of brassinosteroids and Lexin on physiological state and yield formation of soybean growed in arid area of Central Bohemia.

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Bedeutung der Huminsäuren für das Leben und die Produktivität der Pflanzen

Huminsäure als Mischung aus schwachen aliphatischen und aromatischen Säuren ist ein wichtiger Bestandteil des Humus, deren Quantität und Qualität das Potenzial und die effektive Bodenfruchtbarkeit im Wesentlichen bestimmen.

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Possibilities of Brassinosteroids and Lexin Use in Soybean

Brassinosteroids and Lexin preparation (fulvic and humic acids mixture and auxins) have a positive influence on physiological state of soybean stand and yield formation. Monitored preparations increased height of the first pods set due to support of lengthening growth. This fact has a large practical importance due to harvest losses decreasement.

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