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Latest studies by German researchers at the Organic Plant Production Unit in the University of Kassel, have again found positive results in the use of the biodynamic horn manure preparation to strenghten plants exposed to stress factors.

“The horn manure bioactivity appeared to consist of a compensatory mode of action regarding the stress factors water overdose and gravistimulation, and a synergetic interaction with fluorescent light exposure” concluded the researchers. “It seems to interact with the plant sensory systems, likely stimulating the plant’s adaptability to its environment by increasing self-regulating processes.”

Read the research paper here.