As in previous years, our company is one of the main sponsors of this event, the most important meeting worldwide in new agricultural technologies
More than 300 companies, along with organizations from 50 different countries, have pledged to attend the conference; currently held in Berlin, Germany
Irrigation control, specialized plant nutrition, biostimulation, and sensors and technology applied to crop management are among the highlights of the show.
Bioiberica’s Plant Physiology Division is cooperating with their Cordoba distributor, CBH, to boost the use of Crop-Scan in olive crops, along with other solutions and innovative techniques for this important crop in the Iberian Peninsula
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.
The international congress for producers, exporters, importers and distributors of fruit is taking place in Barcelona from 11 to 13 March.
Modern day techniques for the diagnosing of nutritional and crop stresses that are available to the producer are limited by the size of the plot, thus yielding scarcely representative results due to the difficulties inherent in examining a large number of samples.
Bioiberica presents the first ever crop scan service using manned aircraft for the early diagnosis of crop stress even before farmers can visually detect the first symptoms.
The CROP-SCAN® service provides quick, precise data on hydric stress, strength, chlorophyll content and efficiency in photosynthetic activity for all trees in a plot, thus allowing for the early detection of differences in yield that cannot be detected by the naked eye. This allows farmers to implement the necessary measures to optimize the plot’s yield.
One of the major trademarks of our Mediterranean agriculture output is the very high quality of the product, because of our focus on foreign exports.
Crop-Scan®, which has been developed by Bioberica’s R&D team, uses imaging taken by airborne thermal and multispectral cameras to diagnose crop stress.