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Bioiberica and Intercrop Thailand celebrated 20 years of collaboration with a guided tour of our Plant Physiology facilities at Palafolls

17 Jun 2015
Plant Health

The tour, which took place in late May, was arranged by Bioiberica’s Plant Physiology Division, and was attended by our finance and marketing managers
 

Since 1995, Bioiberica has been a commercial partner with Intercrop, the official distributor of our Plant Physiology Division products in Thailand. To celebrate 20 years of partnership, a representation of workers and managers from Intercrop and from some of their main customers were given a guided tour at our facilities, where our personnel provided them with technical explanations on the everyday processes carried out in our plant.

Furthermore, our visitors learned about the results of the latest international-level studies on Terra-Sorb®, putting special emphasis on its positive results (more roots, better plant development) in tropical crops such as durian, chili, papaya and rice. We also presented them the results of the Armurox® trial fields for the nutritional management of rice and sugar cane, which are key crops for that region’s economy.

The ISO-standard control and quality protocols implemented by Bioiberica along the entire production process raised great interest among our visitors, who expressed their satisfaction at getting a chance to see first-hand Bioiberica’s facilities and production processes. 

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