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Successfully held the first Ibero-American Conference of Bioiberica Plant Physiology

3 Jun 2016
Plant Health

On May 24 in Barcelona took place the first Latin American conference of Bioiberica Plant Physiology, attended by more than 50 technicians and managers from the main distribution companies of Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Mexico and Spain

The first part of the conference was an exchange of highly interesting experiences that allowed attendees to present and exchange best practices with Terra-Sorb® and AminoQuelant® products, taking into account the different realities of plant stress faced by crops in their regions. Then it was carried out a debate focused in future product needs in terms of innovation and technology. 

The second part consisted of a series of presentations as a tribute to Terra-Sorb®, the year the product is celebrating its 30 anniversary. It was a compilation of the scientific basis and technological innovations which until today have allowed unveil its unique mode of action and proven efficacy worldwide. Finally the novelties regarding the Crop-Scan® service were presented highlighting the latest areas of crops flown and the great productive advantage that has meant to them. The implementation of new different online communication platforms of the division, like the new App or the new websites of Bioiberica News and Terra-Sorb were also explained. 

The week was supplemented for international attendees with a visit to the factory in Palafolls and to different properities like the cooperative society Girona Fruits or the Celler de Castillo Perelada. 

Finally, some presentations were made explaining the opportunities for new products as Armurox in field crops in development and in those of global importance, in which Latin America has a high specific weight worldwide, such as are sugar cane, rice, soybeans and wheat.

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