• 28 November 2017

Bioiberica to present the advantages of enzyme hydrolysis at the 3rd Biostimulants World Congress

This annual congress will be held at Miami, USA, on 27-30 November 2017
Bioiberica’s Plant Physiology Division will present the beneficial effects, at the agronomical, physiologic and proteomic levels, of Terra-Sorb

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Bioiberica to present the advantages of enzyme hydrolysis at the 3rd Biostimulants World Congress

New AG International, the leading publication group worldwide in the field of new technologies applied to agriculture is once again organizing the 3rd Biostimulants World Congress, that will be held in Miami, USA, on 27-30 November 2017.  

Biostimulants are compounds and substances which act on the physiology of plants through multiple ways to improve the crops’ strength, yield, quality and post-harvest useful life.

The Biostimulants World Congress is a technical and scientific event which gathers together the leading firms and exhibitors worldwide to learn about the latest updates in their sector and to broaden their knowledge.

Anna Botta, from Bioiberica’s R&D department, will also present a poster on the bioactive properties of biostimulants obtained through enzyme hydrolysis. More precisely, it will analyze the agronomical, physiologic and proteomic results of the application of Terra-Sorb.

Bioiberica’s Plant Physiology Division has more than 30 years of experience dedicated to the extraction of nutrients for the improvement of plant health and efficiency. Thanks to a highly precise enzyme hydrolysis process, Bioiberica’s L-α-amino acid-based products have the highest degree of concentration of these compounds, which improve the quality of biostimulants. 

Terra-Sorb® is a line of biostimulants from Bioiberica Plant Physiology which are designed for the improvement of plant production thanks to its enzyme hydrolysis amino acids. These are natural compounds that can be used in soil or foliar applications, can improve photosynthetic activity and crop quality, and promote the fastest recovery from plant stress situations. 

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