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This video is adapted from 10.3390/cells10102537

There is no specific definition of biostimulants yet, despite their regulatory functions in plant growth and development. Biostimulants originate from natural sources and can be effectively categorized into the following four prime groups, namely, acids, microbes, plant-derived bioactive substances, and others.

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