Dr. Norman E. Borlaug had an idea for assisting farmers struggling with low-producing crops. His creation of disease-resistant, high-yield varieties of wheat ignited the Green Revolution, and his work ultimately saved a billion people from starvation. Today, we are in the midst of another revolution: Biostimulants are quietly changing the face of agronomy. Whereas the original Green Revolution occurred in the chemistry lab, the new revolution looks to mechanisms found in nature. What role do amino acids play in enhancing plant development? Can we identify and promote hormonal precursors related to plant performance? Do microalgae have biostimulant potential? Discover how the next big idea changes the future of crop cultivation.