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Bioiberica to present the latest technical innovation in Crop-Scan and the launch of two new AminoQuelant products at Fruit Attraction 2015

26 Oct 2015
Plant Health

From 28 – 30 October, Bioiberica’s Plant Physiology Division will participate in Madrid at the International Fair of the Fruit and Vegetables Sector 

The fair, to be hosted at IFEMA (Madrid) by FEPEX in late October, will be the 7th edition. The last edition was attended by more than 40,500 professionals coming from more than 85 countries.

Bioiberica will play an active role in this event, highlighting the innovative Crop-Scan® service. This service is based on imaging taken by airborne thermal and multispectral cameras, which allows one to take precise and efficient preventive measures to correct stress situations and improve crop yield and quality.

Furthermore, Bioiberica will present the latest innovations in the range of products against carential stress:  AminoQuelant®-Ca/Mg and AminoQuelant®-Cu. The AminoQuelant range stimulates the recovery of the physiological balance so that the plant may assimilate the nutrients it needs, as well as ensuring that the microelements arrive in an efficient, safe and quick way to the plant’s consumption points. 

If you would like to visit the fair as a professional visitor invited by Bioiberica, you can download a professional pass by clicking on the banner below and using the indicated code:


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