NSP – Nutrition and Stimulation Program

Gilbert Garapin Directeur développement liquide Frayssinet, Expert de justice agréé près la Cour d’Appel de Toulouse« Research is moving fast and the results of experiments carried out on living and fertile soils reveal that it is possible to find a balance between soil and plant, promoting its natural defenses, in line with the reduction of conventional treatment products. Frayssinet’s expertise thus shows that the rehabilitation of soil life and fertility through Frayssinet NSPs (nutrition and stimulation programs) makes it possible to improve the resistance of crops, their water and mineral feed. Long-lasting and natural solutions do exist, and it is now necessary for the European regulations to make the latest « nutritive biostimulants” products more legible to perfectly regulate their effectiveness.» Gilbert Garapin


The Nutrition and Stimulation Program (NSP) aims to improve the nutrition and resistance of the plant through the activation of the soil-plant interface: the rhizosphere.
The first action, focused on the soil, allows to improve the nutrition of the plant in the first place and to stimulate the activity of the present microorganisms.
Vegetables feed through the clay-humic complex, finding the nutrients they need. The microflora  present there allow all these nutritive elements to be activated and made available. Microorganisms  require nitrogen, carbon and various elements that they can draw from the organic matter present in the soil. The use of organic fertilizers and topsoils improves the microbiological performance of the soil and the feed of the plant.
The second action is centered on the root system to optimize root development and soil colonization by simbiotic floras (mycorrhizae, bacteria, etc.). In stress conditions, plants may suffer the degradation of their hormonal (auxinic) system, limiting the development of the root system and growth. The use of natural molecules extracted from our organic raw matters helps to stimulate root development and improve the resistance of plants under stress.
The third action is more focused on the foliar system through the prevention of risks of oxidative stress. These stresses (weather, agronomic problems, diseases, etc.) are the cause of dysfunctions in photosynthesis which result in the yellowing of leaves as can be observed in the photograph. The use of organic molecules with an antioxidant function makes allow to lift this stress, and to restore the metabolic functions of the plant (re-greening).
Finally, the fourth action allows a better hydration of foliar tissues. Plants under stress may also experience other stresses, nutritional deficiencies, which may limit hydration and foliar respiration. The use of organic molecules extracted from our vegetable raw materials, allows to relieve these stress conditions by favouring the respiration of the plant and a better hydration of the cellular tissues. These applications can be carried out by spraying or watering the plants.
Thus, the recommendation of nutrition and plant stimulation programs allows to anticipate and correct nutritional deficiencies while promoting the resistance mechanisms of plants. This program, based on natural organic matter, is part of the development of sustainable agriculture that is more respectful to our environment.

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