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“…Due to the fact that maize is widely cultivated as a second-season crop, when climatic conditions are not always favorable, it is necessary to adopt strategies to minimize the effects of environmental stresses, since maize seedlings with larger leaf area have larger contact surface for light absorption and, consequently, their photosynthetic activity will be potentiated, resulting in greater metabolic activity, and greater production and translocation of carbohydrates, providing greater resistance to environmental stresses (Kolling et al, 2016).…”
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“…Due to the fact that maize is widely cultivated as a second-season crop, when climatic conditions are not always favorable, it is necessary to adopt strategies to minimize the effects of environmental stresses, since maize seedlings with larger leaf area have larger contact surface for light absorption and, consequently, their photosynthetic activity will be potentiated, resulting in greater metabolic activity, and greater production and translocation of carbohydrates, providing greater resistance to environmental stresses (Kolling et al, 2016).…”
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“…Biostimulants are a mixture of two or more plant regulators or plant regulators with other biochemical substances, such as amino acids, vitamins and nutrients (Castro & Vieira, 2001;Kolling et al, 2016). The use of biostimulant may be an alternative to assist plants in overcoming abiotic stresses, as they act as hormonal and nutritional enhancement and stimulate root system development (Oliveira et al, 2016;Galindo et al, 2019).…”
Section: Journal Of Agricultural Studiesmentioning
“…Still, Oliveira et al (2017) concluded that the use of biostimulants in seed and leaf treatment provided better development of cackrey plants. It is noteworthy that the response of crops to treatment with biostimulants is dependent on environmental condition and nutrient availability (Binsfeld et al, 2014;Kolling et al, 2016). However, the increased use of biofertilizers is closely linked to advances in growing technologies and the promotion of higher productivity with stability, aiming at mitigating the limiting factors of production such as weather conditions, pests and diseases.…”
Section: Journal Of Agricultural Studiesmentioning
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“…Thus, in the search for a better seed performance in the field, technologies associated with seed treatment have been developed in order to provide a higher vigor to seedlings (Kolling et al, 2016;Cunha et al, 2015;Abrecht et al, 2014;Brzezinski et al, 2015). An alternative that has been widely studied to improve the performance of seeds and plants in the field is the use of amino acids in different crops through different forms of application in order to promote plant growth and improve the quality of the harvested products (Ludwig et al, 2011;Bettoni et al, 2013;Hammad and Ali, 2014;Wang et al, 2014;Mondal et al, 2015).…”
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