- Agromarketing e Ideagro, as organizers of the event, have confirmed that El Batel Auditorium will host the Congress in November.
- The inscriptions are already open on www.microbioma.es
The evolution of the Covid-19 virus pandemic and the advances on the vaccination process allow the return of important face-to-face agricultural events. And, among them, the celebration of the II International Congress Microbioma that will take place on November 3 and 4, 2021 in the city of Cartagena (Murcia). An event that’s considered the most important in Europe dedicated to microorganisms applied to agriculture that brought together more than a thousand professionals from the sector in its first edition.
Agromarketing and Ideagro, organizers of the Congress, are already working on closing the technical program that will be made up of more than 30 international experts from countries such as the United States, Germany, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Italy, France, India or China. Presentations in which the latest advances in microorganisms in the agricultural sector will be presented in aspects related to legislation, biostimulants, plant health and fertilizers.
Microbioma 2 will be a space for the generation of content on this subject, where the transfer of knowledge, innovation, internationalization and the connection of technicians, producers, companies, research centers, administrations and consumers are promoted.
Every large multinational producers of fertilizers and phytosanitary products have already confirmed that they will be present. Companies that are in a constant search for the development of innovation and research of products with a sustainable profile, respectful with the environment and based on microorganisms.
One of the novelties of the Congress will be that the event will be broadcast in streaming for the whole world, with simultaneous English-Spanish translation. The organization expects the assistance of more than 1,200 face-to-face professionals and more than 2,000 online professionals belonging to all the links in the agri-food chain.