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Nora Temme, Lead Biologicals at KWS, is driving the development of biologicals at KWS.
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At the field trial, Nora Temme and Mario Schumann, Research Lead Phytopathology Services, get an overview of the development of the sugar beet plants.
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In the laboratory, Lisa Vollmer, technical assistant Biologicals, analyzes the survival rate of the biological coatings.
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Tony Pawlik, research assistant Biologicals, examines the bacterial strains at the sterile bench.
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The strains of bacteria specifically selected for Biologicals support juvenile plant development and yield potential under stress conditions such as drought or cold.
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The sugar beet plants on the right were treated with a biological seed coating in addition to the previous standard coating (see left). The Biologicals improve the juvenile plant development and a more homogeneous emergence of the sugar beet seedlings in the field.