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Field Experience - Extensive & Industrial crops

CROP-SCAN™: Field experience with hard wheat (Triticum turgidum L.)

CROP-SCAN™ is a teledetection service complemented with the ability to receive advice from expert agronomists, thereby providing farmers with rapid, highly precise information about hydric stress, vigor, chlorophyll contents and the photosynthesis efficiency of all individual plants in a plot.

Higher Wheat Yield with Terra-Sorb™ Complex

Wheat’s great advantage is that it can be adapted to grow in very different environments and in temperate regions of all continents. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), production of this cereal, which is almost exclusively reserved for human consumption, has tripled over the last 40 years. It is estimated that each year around 100 kg are produced per inhabitant.

Control of Pyricularia and Hemlthosporium with Armurox™

While the origin of rice is in Asia, it is nowadays cultivated in wetlands and river deltas worldwide, being the second most cultivated cereal on a global level. Furthermore, it is a fundamental part of the diet of many countries. There are more than 10,000 known variants, with the Bomba variant the one best known in Spain. The most common diseases affecting rice are those caused by fungus infections-their incidence and severity may cause the loss of up to 70% of crops. This makes it a prerogative to take preventive measures during the entire cultivation cycle.

Terra-Sorb: plant stress in the fields is a thing of the past

Eastern Europe agricultural producers valued very positively the effect of Terra-Sorb® on their crops

Evaluation of the efficacy of Armurox® in rice crop infected by rice blast

Armurox® is a product certified for ecological agriculture. It is composed of an active peptide complex combined with soluble silicon which mechanically reinforces plant tissue against mechanic and pathogen-caused stress.

Test in USA: Terra-Sorb improves potato output

The test presented here was carried out by Dr Ronald D. Morse from the Department of Horticulture of Virginia Tech University

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