Answers In The Form Of Questions By Claire Mcnear

Biostimulants aren’t specifically addressed in FIFRA or in EPA’s rules. As typically understood, biostimulants are mixtures which are more likely to contain plant hormones. EPA considers plant hormones, corresponding to cytokinins, gibberellins, ethylene, abscisic acid and auxins, to be plant regulators and thus should be registered as pesticides. If a product incorporates a plant hormone […]

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