The next 29 and 30 May, Cartagena will host the I International Forum on Agricultural Microorganisms – Microbiome, which will bring together a selection of world experts with the aim of publicizing and analyzing the latest advances in this new subject, considered the basis of a new agriculture.
The event will take place in two technical conferences, where the different aspects that affect this new field of research and its application in the agricultural sector will be discussed.
Alltech Crop Science, the agronomic division of Alltech, a world leader in microbial fermentation and nutrigenomic research, will lend its support to this forum, participating directly in the sections on Fertilizers and Biostimulants of microbial origin from a scientific-technical point of view at the hands of experts at a international with the aim of providing answers to doubts about the handling and application of this type of product.
According to Pedro Navarro, General Director of Alltech Crop Science Spain, "Alltech Crop Science's participation in this event provides an excellent opportunity to show the benefits that the use of microorganisms in agriculture can bring us and how their proper use and management help us to improve soil fertility by increasing productive yields and quality in a sustainable and healthy way”
About Alltech Crop Science
Alltech Crop Science, which since 1994 has investigated more than 70 different types of crops in 30 countries, has a strong regional presence in Europe, North America, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Alltech has four global life sciences centers in the US, Ireland, China and the Netherlands and nearly 30 research alliances. Alltech is the leading producer and processor of additives derived from yeasts, algae, organic minerals and biostimulants.
A growing global team of more than 6,000 people and our more than 100 manufacturing sites around the world help our technologies reach more than 120 countries.
Alltech Crop Science's goal is to bring science closer to sustainability, naturally. Alltech Crop Science's research program will drive innovation to improve the profitability and sustainability of intensive crop growers.