Nowadays, water availability has become one of the most serious problems affecting the world population, especially in arid and semiarid regions where long droughts can jeopardize development.
In the natural world there are 18 free amino acids which compose the totality of proteins in all living beings.
All integrated production strategies agree on the need for reducing the environmental impact of the use of chemical phytosanitary agents (herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, growth regulators and nutrient chelating agents) by increasing their efficiency.
Phytopathogenic fungi rank among the most common causes of diseases in economically important plant crops worldwide. They not only damage the crops-fungal diseases also weaken the plant’s ability to resist biotic or abiotic stress factors. The new approaches to plant protection against fungal disease have aroused interest because of environmental concerns and norms restricting use of pesticides.
Pollination and flower fecundation are phenomena submitted to factors both internal and external, factors that can affect negatively the ripening of the fruits.
We call micro nutrients those nutrients that, although being essential for the correct development and reproduction of plants, are needed only in small quantities
University of Pennsylvania is carrying out experiments with the BIOIBERICA’s Terra-Sorb® product range.
Potassium is a macro element which intervenes at the physiological level in many functions. It is considered the quality element as it triggers all mechanisms related to fruit ripening
It is a well-know fact that plants cultivated under conditions of lack of nutrients increase the secretion of root exudates in order to liberate the nutrients needed by the plant
Incidence of fungus diseases do not depend only of the plant specie or variant and that of the virulence of the pathogen. The general health level of the plant is a very important factor